Luxury holidays in France

Destinations in France

  • France’s south-westernmost region is a lush, green pocket of land caught between the mountains and the windswept Atlantic coast.
  • Rugged, windswept Brittany in north-west France is the coastal twin of Cornwall, and its happy-holidays charm matches its UK sister’s in buckets and spades.
  • Located in the heart of France, Burgundy is a region of peaceful canals, well-tended vineyards and rural charm – the epitome of la vie Française.
  • Walloon countryside, tiny towns, farmland and forest await in this peaceful and picturesque corner of north-east France.
  • On the coast that defined seaside glamour, you can never be too rich or too brown.
  • In the warm valleys of southwestern France, where the Dordogne, Isle and Lot rivers wriggle their way to the Atlantic, the lush landscape, sunny days and mild temperatures combine to produce perfect conditions for grapes and truffles.
  • Set just a 90-minute drive from Paris, petite commune Guainville is a lush green tonic to the bustle of the city.
  • Pop a cork, pour a glass and embrace your inner bon vivant on the hallowed terroir of Haut-Médoc.
  • Sprawling from the chestnut-dotted Cévennes Mountains to a flamingo-flanked Mediterranean Coast, by way of magnificent ancient cities and rolling winelands, this region has reason to puff out its chest when declaring its geographical and metropolitan offerings.
  • The Loire Valley: a verdant sprawl of sunflower fields, green landscapes and two glittering rivers, beloved of France’s mediaeval kings, and studded with the turreted, towering châteaux they left behind.
  • A vast rural region of castles, Camembert and clifftops, Normandy is as rich in history as it is in mouthwatering rustic produce.
  • Discover the layers of old and new, privilege and punk, that give Paris its ageless verve.
  • The south-west area of Provence is a land of light and colour, where the languid river Rhône winds its way through fruit orchards and fields of lavender before melting into the watery maze of the Camargue.
  • Under an hour from Paris, Rambouillet is known for its stately château and sprawling forest, once a favourite hunting ground for the city’s elite.
  • Named for the river running through it and the mountains at its edge, Rhône-Alpes is a region of vinous valleys, mighty peaks, lakeside spa towns and scenic drives.
  • Part of Les Trois Vallées, the fast, vast skiing wonderland in the French Alps, Val Thorens is one of Europe’s highest ski resorts, so powdery peaks are practically a sure thing.

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