Regions in France

The renowned Côte d’Azur offers a captivating combination of substance and style. For a gentler pace of life, rustic Provence, the laidback Dordogne and Vendée and The Loire, offer traditional France in abundance. They give you the chance to indulge yourself fully in the country’s favourite pastimes – wining, dining and exploring a matchless landscape.


  • Côte d'Azur
    From glamorous film festivals to the birthplace of fine fragrances, the elegant Côte d’Azur is to glamour what its generous choice of coves and beaches are to summer holidays. However, the area’s medieval villages, traditional Provençal towns and more understated family-friendly seaside resorts open up another side to the sun-blessed South that’s just as captivating.

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  • Provence
    From elegant town to country village, Provence is rooted deeply in the past. History wraps itself around you with the stories of Roman civilisations in its ancient ruins, 18th-century power games in its great houses and art and culture that have spanned centuries. It’s also breathtakingly beautiful – a place of earthy pleasures, brim-full of good food, fine wines and miles of walking and cycling trails threading through its rolling hills.

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  • South West & The Dordogne
    From the Lascaux cave paintings to the imposing Byzantine-style cathedral in Périgueux, the region’s history is deeply rooted. Between rolling hills and winding rivers, you’ll find hundreds of châteaux, medieval bastide towns and, with them, a host of half-timbered houses, old town squares and fortified churches. Explore the area on food, by bike or in a kayak, or find an inland beach and work up an appetite for your next hearty meal by doing very little.

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  • Vendée & The Loire
    Most easily accessible from the UK, the laidback, down-to-earth lifestyle (and abundance of wonderful wines) allow holidays to unfold at an irresistibly leisurely pace. De-stress yourself on the Atlantic coast’s sandy beaches, wander medieval streets or just admire the magnificent châteaux along the Loire River.

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