France is the largest country in the European Union and one of the most populous countries in Europe. Thanks to its size, it really offers a lot. To the east are the high Alpine peaks with Europe’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc, sloping freely to the Côte d’Azur in Provence. Places for wonderful swimming gradually transition to the Occitania area, where it blows over 300 days a year and is therefore suitable for windsurfing and kiteboarding. In the south, France is separated from Spain by the jagged peaks of the Pyrenees, and in the west it is washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the Bay of Biscay.
The wild waves subside and the coast becomes shallower to the north. The tides create impressive bays, one of which is dominated by the famous island of Mont-Saint-Michel. The weather here is dark and overall Brittany resembles England. Even further north is Normandy, where you will be fascinated by the places where history was rewritten.
We must not forget Paris, which is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. Overall, there is an awful lot to see in France, from high mountains, to wonderful swimming in the sea and ocean, to amazing cities, museums and historical buildings. One life is definitely not enough to know all of France!
Now we have a few days off between tours and we are off to discover new places. First, we will trek around the northernmost tip of Corsica, Cap Corse, and later we will move to Loto beach, which is often referred to as one of the top beaches on the “island of beauty”. So don’t hesitate and go on a trek along the Corsican coast with us.
Paris is one of the most beautiful capital cities in Europe, and even in the world. It is home to almost half of French companies, as well as important international organizations. Here, modern technologies are perfectly combined with historical buildings. Beautiful cathedrals, romance by the Seine River and the legendary Eiffel Tower, this is the real Paris.
Normandy offers historic towns, beaches with white cliffs and one of the most visited sights in France.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to swim in the open ocean? If so, then the Bay of Biscay is perfect for you. The Atlantic Ocean laps most of the French coast here, and there are countless wild beaches. In addition to swimming, you can also admire beautiful cities such as Bordeaux and La Rochelle – the pearls of New Aquitaine. Go for beautiful sights, red wine and a stormy ocean.
France is an extremely diverse country. Mountains, sea and ocean, historic towns and agricultural areas. All this and much more can be experienced within one country. What would it be like to go to a less shabby region where you have endless beaches almost to yourself? In addition, no less beautiful cities and affordable French specialties.
Provence is one of the most visited regions of France. Bordered by the Alps to the north, the Côte d’Azur to the south. Sun, wine and lavender. In this region you will get to know the real France. Come and see with us how to drive through this picturesque corner of the country of the Gallic cock, and thus discover the most beautiful places of Provence and the French Riviera.