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What makes France one of the first holiday destinations in the world is probably the variety that can be found across its regions, coupled with authenticity.
Located in South East France. Landmark cities and monuments are Avignon, Orange, Aix-en-Provence or the "Pont du Gard". But plenty stunning little villages all around are the reasons why thousands of people fall in love with Provence.
Also called the "Beauty island", this island of mountains, sea views and amazing little villages is a paradise for hikers and those who enjoy the wilderness.
Monumental castles and delightful little villages lay on the banks of the Dordogne river. Great great food and amazing wines are other reasons to enjoy the South-West of France.
Paradise of sailors, Brittany is located on the Western side of France and is all oriented toward the ocean. Wild islands, picturesque harbors and historic towns such as St Malo complete the picture.
Auvergne is a central region of France, where the "puys" (extinct volcanoes) and their natural surroundings offer great opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.
Mountain range separating France and Spain. Place to hike, hike, hike and once at the top, enjoy stunning views.
Mountain range across France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany and Austria. Tons of resorts to enjoy great skiing in the winter; hiking and rock climbing in summer.
Located in the Northwest of France, Normandy is famous for the June 6, 1944 landings by the allied forces on its beaches. Several monuments and museums remember that day and those that follow. Sea resorts with a past-century touch are other attractions of the region.
Famous beaches, (famous) people (and their yacht) watching and exciting nightlife attract thousands of tourists during the summer months. Nice, Cannes, Monaco are places to be and to be seen.
Region of Northeastern France, loved by outdoor enthusiasts during winter for ski, summer for hiking, VTT, etc.