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Because of its distinctive six-sided design, the French kindly refer to their country as "l'Hexagone." In the sun-drenched and leisurely Provence, the glamorous and beautiful Côte d'Azur, and the peaceful Alsace, a pastoral region where storybook hamlets have hidden away in the vine-covered rolling hills, each corner of France has its unique character. No trip there with our France holiday packages is complete without visi Read More

Because of its distinctive six-sided design, the French kindly refer to their country as "l'Hexagone." In the sun-drenched and leisurely Provence, the glamorous and beautiful Côte d'Azur, and the peaceful Alsace, a pastoral region where storybook hamlets have hidden away in the vine-covered rolling hills, each corner of France has its unique character. No trip there with our France holiday packages is complete without visiting some of France's wonderfully lovely tourist attractions. Many poets and artists have found inspiration in these breathtaking locations in France, and the country continues to draw tourists worldwide with our all-inclusive holidays to France! 

France is a stunning country with amazing cities that include magnificent scenery, vibrant cultures, free-spirited people, and mouthwatering cuisine. Before staying to discover the authentic spirit of the nearby towns and villages, we at Akbar Travels, offer you to visit some of the most well-known European sites with our France travel packages! A first visit to Paris, and Versailles is a must-see. Other traditional travel routes include visits to opulent beach resorts, fanciful castles, and magnificent Gothic churches. You can find more off-the-beaten-path activities in the countryside on our deals on family package holidays in France, such as visiting Burgundy farmhouses, Brittany fishing communities, and thermal baths in the Pyrenees. 


The finest seasons to visit France on our France holiday packages with the best France trip cost are spring (April-May), summer (June-August), and fall (October-November). 



Nights/Days Price

France and Swiss Alps

10N/11D £1,960

From Prague to Paris

7N/8D £1,175

Spectacular Swiss Paris

7N/8D  £1,419

A Time to Remember

9N/10D £1,550


With fewer people around and temperatures between 55°F and 68°F, spring is pleasant across the nation. In the summer, they can reach 84°F, although they aren't unbearably hot to prevent you from enjoying the cities, mountains, and countryside. Fall is still pleasant, with 61°F to 77°F average highs and colourful scenery as the leaves change colour. 


We recommend visiting Paris with our France vacation deals in the winter since there are fewer tourists but still plenty of locals in the restaurants! 

Although there are geographical variations, France generally has mild temperatures: the south has a Mediterranean climate, while the north, near the English Channel, experiences wetter conditions. The majority of the nation shuts down in August to head south in search of sunlight. 

France provides several tourist attractions, from elegant towns to pure natural areas. Check out our list of the top France tourist destinations you can visit with our France tourism packages to learn more about this intriguing and diverse nation before visiting it! 


Places to visit on our France holiday packages: 


1. Paris: 

France's most well-known tourist destination is the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Paris is a prominent centre for fashion, food, art, and culture. It is also the nation's capital and one of France's most enchanting tourist destinations on our all-inclusive holidays to France. Paris, one of the most stunning towns in Europe, is known for its magnificent cityscape that exudes old-world charm and is framed by the Seine River. Paris

is one of the most well-known locations in France with its outstanding historical landmarks, museums, lively riverfront, and vibrant inhabitants. 

Paris is a major European centre known for its elegance and joie de vivre. It is home to iconic structures like the Eiffel Tower and the Notre Dame Cathedral. 

The Louvre, one of Paris's best museums, houses an extraordinary fine arts collection, and the Musée d'Orsay and the Musée de l'Orangerie showcase priceless works of French Impressionist art, both of which reflect the city's rich legacy. 

Paris also has beautiful boulevards and evocative medieval neighbourhoods. Shopping in Latin Quarter bookshops, strolling the Champs-Elysées, and people-watching from a sidewalk café terrace on the Boulevard Saint-Germain-de-Prés are classic visitor activities that our on our holiday deals to France! 



2. Bordeaux 


Bordeaux, France, at its most endearing under a magnificent sunset. Bordeaux is a gorgeous city just a 5.5-hour drive from Paris and a great place to relax and recharge. Bordeaux, known for its wine-growing region, is a vibrant city and one of the must-see destinations in France with our France tour packages. UNESCO has designated most of this port city as one of the largest World Heritage Sites. Bordeaux draws a large number of tourists and students each year because of its amazing museums, churches, cathedrals, and vintage homes. Bordeaux is one of the top tourist destinations in France which you can visit with our France tourism packages- thanks to its incredible eating scene, fantastic coffee shops, captivating food trucks, and exceptional wine. 



3. Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy 


One of the most visited tourist destinations in France is Mont Saint-Michel, a stunning island commune in Normandy. It is tucked away near the mouth of the Couesnon River and provides visitors and travellers with breathtaking natural scenery. This island, which is surrounded by natural protection, is home to a centuries-old monastery, which is where its name originates. On the extensive list of Normandy travel destinations, which also features top attractions like historic castles and picturesque villages, this must-see tourist attraction on our holiday deals to France comes in first place. 

One of France's most breathtaking sites is the Abbey of Mont Saint-Michel, which was constructed between the 11th and 13th centuries. The Bay of Mont Saint-Michel islet that the UNESCO-listed abbey is perched on top of is considered a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. 

On the "Way of Saint James" that led to Santiago de Compostela in Spain during the Middle Ages, the abbey church was a significant pilgrimage destination. Even now, pilgrims still travel here, walking across the Bay of Saint-Michel at low tide. 

The experience of visiting Mount Saint-Michel is uplifting if you choose to travel here with our France travel packages. This magnificent ancient monastery hosts religious services, musical performances, and cultural events for visitors. You can experience this by booking the all-inclusive holidays to France packages!



4. Côte d'Azur also known as French Riviera 


The Côte d'Azur, also called the French Riviera, is a posh section of the Mediterranean coastline so named because of its intensely azure waters. Due to the region of southern France's generally sunny climate, the skies frequently have a fascinating cerulean tint. 

The Côte d'Azur is a popular beach resort zone that generally stretches from Saint-Tropez (which overlaps with the Provence region) to Menton, fewer than 30 kilometres from the border with Italy. The temperature is gentler and the environment is more tranquil and restful in the spring and the fall. Everyone can find something in the Côte d'Azur when visiting with our family holidays France all-inclusive packages. It is the place to indulge in the finer things in life, explore art galleries, and amble down palm-lined boulevards and cobblestone streets. There are several day trip destinations nearby, including magnificent beachfront houses and renowned art museums. 

Cannes, with its glittering beachfront promenade and enticing Old Town, and Monaco, a tiny royal principality that is synonymous with wealth and decadence, are two of the most well-known tourist destinations on our package deals on cheap holidays to France. Both Cannes and Monaco have marinas brimming with yachts, five-star hotels, and renowned dining establishments. 

Saint-Tropez is a popular summer holiday destination featuring upscale private beaches as well as open-to-the-public beaches that draw frequent vacationers. Tourists on our France holiday packages like this location for its wide sandy beaches, evocative medieval district, and magnificent Picasso Museum located in a castle with a view of the ocean. 



5. Versailles 


Château de Versailles, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is only a short train journey from Paris. This lavish 17th-century palace was constructed for Louis XIV (also known as the "Sun King") and serves as a reminder of the splendour and total dominance of the French king. 

Visitors on our all-inclusive holidays to France may visualise a scenario from France's former royal court thanks to the château's magnificent Baroque façade, glittering Hall of Mirrors, and formal gardens with fountains. 

The opulence of France's Ancien Régime, the glittering era where Marie-Antoinette hosted opulent balls and garden parties, is brought to life for visitors at Versailles. 

Le Hameau de la Reine, the fictitious country village built by the previous Queen to escape the formality of court life, is open to visitors who wish to stroll around. The hamlet has a lake, an orchard, and a dovecote, and it once had a dairy. You can experience this all with our France-escorted tours only curated for you by Akbar Travels! 



6. The Charming Countryside of Provence 


The lovely region of Provence enjoys bright Mediterranean weather for most of the year, in contrast to the overcast skies of Paris and northern France. This rural area has a raw, earthy appeal and is unspoiled by the contemporary world. 

A patchwork of little farms, olive orchards, and sunflower and lavender fields may be seen on the rolling hills. Here, fragrant wild herbs like thyme, sage, and rosemary grow in profusion and infuse the local food with flavour.

Impressionist painters were inspired to produce colourful works of art by this lucid landscape. The village perchés that adorn the Provence hilltops fascinate visitors. Two popular locations include Gordes, one of the top Luberon tourist sites, and Saint-Paul-de-Vence, a picture-perfect walled medieval town (close to several Côte d'Azur tourist hotspots, such as Eze). 

Traditional ambiance can be found in the heart of Provence on the tree-lined streets and outdoor cafés in Aix-en-Provence, at the Arles festivals, and beside the old port of Marseilles. Book your all-inclusive holidays france in advance with us at! 

The Palace de Papes in Avignon, the fabled beach town of Saint-Tropez, and the Roman theatre in Orange, one of the breathtaking sights of the Haut-Vaucluse, are additional must-see attractions with our France holiday packages. 



7. Arles 


Arles, one of the must-see destinations in France on our France tourism packages, is officially recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. A historic city positioned on a hilltop where the Rhône River splits in two to meet the sea. The vivid, sun-baked houses, lanes, and roadways of this historic city make for a magnificent skyline. 

The city, which is dotted with stores and eateries, has old-world charm in every way. Also, the historic city of Arles served as inspiration for renowned painter Vincent van Gogh, who depicted the locale in many of his well-known works. 



8. The Camargue 


In Provence, only 16 kilometres from Arles, the Parc Régional de Camargue is a site where visitors on the France travel packages may breathe clean air and take in an unaltered natural landscape. The landscape is covered in marshes, meadows, salt flats, and pastures. 

Wild white horses wander freely and pink flamingos flourish in this pristine Biosphere Reserve, which is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List and covers around 100,000 hectares of protected wetlands. The nature reserve is a haven for birdwatchers because it is home to over 300 different bird species. The native Camargue Bulls, which are grown for use in bullfighting, are another well-known kind of animal. 



9. The Châteaux of the Loire Valley 


The Loire Valley's heavily forested environment is dotted with majestic castles, like something out of a fairy tale. The Loire Valley is the largest UNESCO-listed monument in France, spanning 280 kilometres from Sully-sur-Loire to Chalonnes-sur-Loire in Anjou. 

The area has a tremendously rich cultural history. French rulers constructed opulent country estates in the 15th and 16th centuries solely for amusement and pleasure. 

Expensive châteaux, like the majestic Château de Chambord and the iconic Château de Chenonceau, provide insight into the splendour of the French court throughout the Renaissance. Stately manor homes were also created by French nobility and elites, like the magnificent Château of Cheverny and the Château d'Azay-le-Rideau in a picturesque setting with a water-filled moat. The Mini-Châteaux Park in Amboise is a wonderful vacation spot for families with children. The amusement park, which is situated on two hectares of woodlands, has 41 1/25-size replicas of Loire

châteaux. Kids enjoy exploring the miniature castles that are built with accurate detailing. You can experience this only by booking our package deals on family holidays France all-inclusive! 



10. Strasbourg 


Strasbourg is a charming, well-educated city that charms tourists with its old-world appeal. The Grande-Île, Strasbourg's entire historic district, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One enters the world of centuries past when they set foot in this primarily pedestrian region. Travelers are welcome to explore the charming maze of historic churches, pastel-painted half-timbered homes, and public squares dotted with outdoor café tables by the medieval cobblestone pathways and winding alleyways. 

The cathedral, located in the centre of Strasbourg, astounds everyone who gazes at its wonderfully elaborate façade. 

Many popular tourist destinations on our all-inclusive holidays to France, including the Maison des Tanneurs, a fine-dining restaurant housed in a designated Historic Monument, the 15th-century Maison Kammerzell, regarded as a masterpiece of Alsatian Renaissance architecture, and the Eglise de Saint-Thomas, a 12th-century church that was crucial to the Protestant Reformation, is conveniently close to the cathedral. 

Visit the Quartier des Tanneurs with our France tour package, one of the Grande-most Île's scenic neighbourhoods, to take in Strasbourg's charming atmosphere. This neighbourhood is filled with meandering canals, tree-lined walking lanes, and traditional flower-decorated Alsatian homes. In particular, the Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes is beautiful. 

The Quartier Krutenau is another lovely area for a stroll within the Grande-Île. This bustling neighbourhood is filled to the brim with eateries, shops, and art galleries and has the atmosphere of a little hamlet. 



11. Brittany 


Brittany is a beautiful coastal region with a rich maritime tradition that is evident in its historic port cities, like the fortified 14th-century Concarneau and Saint-Malo, which are encircled by ancient fortifications. The coast also has chic beach resorts such as chic Dinard on the Côte d'Emeraude, summer vacation hotspot La Baule on the Loire River Estuary, and Tréboul close to the charming riverside town of Quimper. 

With remote sandy beaches and a rocky shoreline where ferocious Atlantic waves pound against the shore visiting Brittany with our France holiday packages, the environment is spectacular and pristine. On small, wind-swept offshore islands and in peaceful harbours, centuries-old fishing communities can be found. Celts are the ancestors of Breton culture (the local dialect is related to Gaelic). It is a mythical and legendary place, much like Ireland. Brittany is now firmly Catholic. Locals observe "pardons," special festivals during which residents dress in traditional regional garb to commemorate ancient religious rituals. 

Delicious regional specialties including succulent buckwheat crepes and succulent seafood are offered in the local cuisine. The "kouign-amann," a buttery pastry created with croissant dough and sprinkled with sugar, is another well-known regional treat from Brittany. It has a rich cake-like interior and a crunchy

caramelised exterior. So what are you waiting for, book the best deals with our all-inclusive holidays to France now! 



12. Biarritz and Saint-Jean-de-Luz 


On France's Basque coast, Biarritz is a picture-perfect beach town and a beautiful summer destination that is recognised as one of the top tourist destinations on our France travel deals in this bustling and well-liked location. Activities like surfing and the vibrant nightlife, which includes hip bars, clubs, and the magnificent beachside casino Barrière, are the main draws in this area. You can book all these activities in advance with our all-inclusive holidays France! Also, the city is home to numerous surfing schools and serves as the location of yearly surfing competitions. 

Biarritz is an affluent seaside town with beautiful beaches that combines the sophistication of Paris with the unspoiled natural beauty of the Atlantic coast. Empress Eugénie, who adored this part of the Basque country, was partial to Biarritz. She decided to build her Imperial home, the Villa Eugénie, on a sandy hillside with a view of the Bay of Biscay. 

This Second Empire castle has been transformed into a five-star hotel, the Hôtel du Palais, which has magnificently furnished guest rooms and an oceanfront fine-dining establishment. The Grande Plage, a sandy beach close to the hotel, has drawn sunbathers since the Belle Époque. 

The Plage du Miramar is one of the best beaches in Biarritz. Its protected beach offers the charming atmosphere of an old-fashioned seaside resort in the summer when it is a lovely sight of bright, striped cabanas and parasols. 

The historic fishing port of Saint-Jean-de-Luz, a popular summertime destination with family-friendly beaches, is only a half-hour drive (15 kilometres) from Biarritz. You can experience these breathtaking destinations with our family package holidays in France! 

The traditional Basque village of Espelette can be reached by travelling 25 kilometres inland from Biarritz. This tiny community is home to classic Basque half-timbered, red-shuttered homes adorned with rows of Piment d'Espelette, or dried red peppers. 

San Sebastian, a bustling seaside city in Spain's Basque Country, is 50 kilometres away from Biarritz by bus, car, or train. Its magnificent architecture, sand beaches, and gourmet tapas enchant visitors on their trip to France with our France holiday packages! 



13. Burgundy 


Burgundy, formerly part of east-central France, is one of the most beautiful and well-known tourist destinations on our France tourism packages. Burgundy is distinguished by its abundance of crisscrossing, twisting canals, wine, palaces, and museums, as well as its lush meadows, ancient towns, and gently rolling hillsides. This breathtaking French countryside on our holiday deals to France is one of the top destinations for total peace and relaxation because it offers an amazing and mesmerizing vista. The Burgundy region boasts a picturesque scenery of green meadows, rolling hills, and majestic structures. Ancient villages, fascinating old abbeys, and Romanesque chapels all speak to the region's rich cultural past. 

The historic city of Dijon, with its opulent Gothic churches, outstanding museums, and aristocratic mansions, the lovely medieval village of Beaune, and the imposing Abbaye de Cluny, a Benedictine abbey founded in the tenth century, are just a few of the region's top attractions in our list of destinations

to visit with our France holiday packages! The abbey was a member of the most powerful monastic order in medieval times. 

In addition to its fascinating history, Burgundy is well known for its cuisine. Famous specialties like escargot, Boeuf Bourguignon (beef Burgundy), and Coq au Vin are all part of the traditional cuisine. You can experience this heavenly food treat by booking the best packages for France vacation deals! 



14. Lourdes 


Lourdes is a revered pilgrimage destination that is well-known for its shrine to Our Lady. This market town, which is one of the must-see destinations in France, is situated at the base of the Pyrenees. Every year, millions of tourists travel to Lourdes with our holiday deals to France just in search of spiritual inspiration. In search of healing miracles, some visitors come to take a bath. Lourdes is revered by the faithful for the 70 verified miracles that have taken place there. 

The Grotto, where Saint Bernadette saw her divine visions, and the Basilique Notre-Dame du Rosaire are the primary pilgrimage attractions. They are encircled by a quiet woodland and a lulling brook. From April through October, Marian Processions are held every evening at 9 o'clock. It is awe-inspiring to see the month of march when hundreds of pilgrims carry candles. If you too want to enjoy such a view, book the best holiday deals to France with us at Akbar Travels now! 



15. Lyon 


The third-largest city in France and one of the most well-known tourist destinations in our France holiday packages is Lyon, which is situated at the meeting point of the Rhone and Saone Rivers. The city boasts numerous exciting taverns and clubs in addition to amazing museums and palaces. Travelers love the fantastic shopping opportunities and delicious cuisine. 

Lyon, the centre of French gastronomy, is a compelling place for foodies to travel. The regional delicacies of the Lyonnais cuisine, including quenelles (fish dumplings in a creamy sauce), steak, Bresse chicken with morels, sausages, and salads, are well known. 

There is a fantastic variety of restaurants from which tourists can choose. The "Bouchons Lyonnais" (traditional bistros) provide guests a chance to try genuine regional food while taking in the warm, welcoming ambiance. 

The Auberge du Pont de Collonges, a premier location for excellent dining, was run for many years by renowned chef Paul Bocuse. As of right now, this illustrious restaurant with two Michelin stars is known as Restaurant Paul Bocuse. It continues to serve Paul Bocuse's hallmark dishes, carrying on his heritage. You can taste the best food in the world by booking your trip to France on our family package holidays in France now! 

Lyon also has a rich cultural legacy in addition to its culinary delights. The four historic districts of the city, which together cover 500 hectares, are included as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ancient Roman ruins, evocative medieval neighbourhoods, and beautiful Renaissance homes are only a few of the many historical sites. 

In terms of the number of artistic masterpieces, Lyon's Musée des Beaux-Arts is only surpassed by Paris' Louvre Museum. The museum houses a remarkable collection of European paintings from the 14th to the 20th centuries, including works by Picasso, Delacroix, Renoir, Rubens, and Véronèse.



16. Prehistoric Caves in the Dordogne & the Pyrenees 


One of the best regions in France to observe prehistoric cave paintings is the Dordogne region. The Lascaux Cave in the Vallée de la Vézère of the Dordogne is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that houses masterpieces of Cro-Magnon man's Paleolithic artwork. 

Visitors on our France holiday packages can still examine duplicates of the cave's artwork at the nearby Lascaux II site even if the Lascaux Cave is now off limits to the general public to prevent destruction. The International Center of Cave Art, which is also located in Montignac, features displays about ancient animal paintings and showcases the work of archaeologists. The area contains Lascaux IV, a precise duplicate of the ancient Lascaux Cave. 

The Grotte de Rouffignac in the Vézère Valley is also decorated with depictions of horses, cows, bison, deer, goats, and mammoths. 

The Grotte du Mas d'Azil, a sizable cave filled with artwork from the Magdalenian and Azilian eras, is one of the Pyrenees' main tourist destinations with our all inclusive holidays to France! Guided tours are available at this Pyrenean tourist destination, and visitors may also purchase tickets to the neighbouring Musée de la Préhistoire. 

The Grotte de Niaux, which is about an hour's drive from the Mas d'Azil Cave, also features outstanding Paleolithic artwork from 14,000 to 10,000 BCE. The public is welcome to take guided tours of the Grotte de Niaux (reservations required). 

The Grotte de Lombrives in the vicinity of Tarascon-sur-Ariège shows intriguing ancient history, while the Grotte de Bédeilhac astonishes with its unique prehistoric art from the Magdalenian age. 



17. Located in the Pyrenees, Cirque de Gavarnie 


A destination that inspires the soul, the high Pyrenees region has both natural beauty and spiritual delights. Both reviving spa towns and numerous holy pilgrimage sites can be found in the area. The Cirque de Gavarnie, which is classified by UNESCO, is nature's equivalent of a church. These magnificent, 1,700-meter-high limestone rock walls are shaped like a semicircle and are covered in stunning waterfalls that plunge into raging rivers and tranquil streams. 

The Parc National des Pyrénées, a national park that borders Spain, includes the entire Hautes-Pyrénées region. There are hiking paths inside the park that winds through verdant valleys and lush woodlands. The French Pyrenees are a well-liked location for downhill skiing in the winter. Book your experience now with our packages including family tours- France! The Grand Tourmalet ski area, Font-Romeu, and Cauterets are some of the top destinations too on our cheap holidays to France. 



18. Gascony Region & Toulouse in the South of France 


Southern France's alluring beauty is evident in Toulouse and the rural region of Gascony. Gascony (Le Gers) has a typical rural charm that looks unaffected by modernization and is sunny and leisurely. Little farms are scattered throughout the rolling hills, which are also home to peaceful country villages and historic castles.

Toulouse, a city with a long history that dates back to the 13th century, is referred to as "The Pink City" because of its characteristic red-brick architecture. These structures give forth a rosy-hued reflection of the sun. 

Visitors on their France holiday package can experience Toulouse's laid-back atmosphere by strolling the attractive town squares and relaxing on outdoor café terraces. 



19. The Island of Corsica 


The spectacular coastline views, unspoiled woods, and snow-capped mountains on the island of Corsica all exhibit raw and unadulterated beauty. The island is bordered by lovely beaches, peaceful bays, charming fishing towns, and vibrant seaside cities, while the interior highlands are covered with historic villages where time seems to have stopped. 

The island's unmatched natural attractions entice sun-worshipping beachgoers and active individuals (including avid climbers). With 1,000 kilometres of shoreline and crystal-clear waters, it is a haven for scuba diving and snorkelling. You can experience it all by booking the best holiday deals to France with us at! 



20. Belle Époque Spa Towns 


The French Alps' Belle Époque spa towns, such as the lakeside resorts of Aix-les-Bains and Evian-les-Bains, provide the most peaceful vacation experience possible with their luxurious thermal spas and opulent accommodations for visitors on our family holidays France all-inclusive seeking a restorative retreat with their family! 

Beautiful freshwater streams and revitalising resort towns can be found in the Pyrenees region. Silk-stocking visitors to the area's thermal spa resorts, like Cauterets and Luz-Saint-Sauveur, came to soak in the therapeutic mineral waters throughout the 19th century. 

The best spa in the Hautes-Pyrénées region is located in Bagnères-de-Bigorre, which is situated in a lush valley. In 1823, Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte, the daughter of Marie Antoinette, officially opened the town's thermal spa. 

Les Grands Thermes offers thermal baths with certified mineral waters that are believed to treat a variety of illnesses in a stylish marble-faced 19th-century structure. There are five-day getaways that include lodging- book with us on our cheap all-inclusive holidays to France! 



21. Rocamadour: A Medieval Pilgrimage Destination 


Rocamadour, which is clinging to a cliff, appears to be reaching for heaven. This wonderful location served as a stop on the pilgrims' Camino de Santiago route and was the third most significant Christian pilgrimage site in the eleventh century. 

Seven medieval-era sanctuaries are located in the village and can be reached by arduous pedestrian climbs. The most well-known is the Chapelle Notre-Dame (Chapelle Miraculeuse), which houses the priceless Black Mary (Notre Dame de Rocamadour), a miracle-working icon from the 12th century.

The Basilique Saint-Sauveur, the largest church in Rocamadour, is a historic site recognised by UNESCO. The architectural change from Romanesque to Gothic is visible in this pilgrimage church from the 13th century. 

The Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park is located beyond the village. Goats that are grazing on the Quercy plateaus generate milk that is used to make cheese that has the AOC designation, Cabécou de Rocamadour. The Rocamadour village holds the Fête des Fromages (Cheese Festival), which honours local farmhouse cheeses, in late May or early June. Experience this festival on our all-inclusive holidays to France packages! 

A two-hour journey from Rocamadour will take you to Limoges (145 kilometres), one of the most popular tourist destinations on our France holiday package in the Limousin region, and Périgueux (115 kilometres), a charming town in the Dordogne region that dates back to the Roman era and was also on the Camino de Santiago. 



22. Mont-Blanc & Annecy in the French Alps 


Some of the world's most breathtaking natural vistas can be found in the French Alps. 

The picturesque Mont Blanc, a famous snow-capped summit that rises to a height of 4,810 metres, is the tallest mountain in Europe. At this elevation, the air is clean and the scenery is breathtaking, featuring glistening lakes, thunderous waterfalls, serene valleys, and revitalising pine forests. Visitors on our France holiday packages swarm to the Alps in the summer to go hiking, biking, and mountain climbing. The French Mountains are a popular winter destination for those who enjoy cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and Alpine skiing. There are many of France's top ski resorts in this region. Ice skating, dog sledding excursions, and vintage horse-drawn sleigh rides are additional winter activities. 

In addition to the breathtaking mountain scenery, the area has a rich cultural history connected to both the historical Dauphiné region and the ancestors of the Italian royal House of Savoy. 

About a 15-minute drive from the foot of Mont Blanc, the charming mountain community of Chamonix offers a classic Alpine ambiance, while Annecy, which is approximately a one-hour drive away, boasts an old château, lakeside gardens, and a fairytale ambiance. 

A nation as breathtakingly diverse as France offers countless activities, making it impossible to fully describe them all. Much of it will depend on the area you are in, so whether you are taking a day trip from Paris, a vacation at the beach on the Côte d'Azur, or a long journey with your family, be sure to visit to get a deeper sense of the adventure that lies ahead!


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