Touring Languedoc-Roussillon in a classic car

Opening scene… She was waiting for me on the quayside at Sète, sitting pretty in the late Spring sunshine, alongside the sparkling waters of the Canal Royale. I admit that I was nervous – finally, a date with an...

The French Road Trip: The Best Drives in the South of France

Adventure-minded travellers can indulge in a fabulous road trip with gorgeous scenery, cuisine, and culture.

The Best Drives in the South of France: Enjoy Classic Car Touring in Provence

Now picture yourself: you are driving a stunning convertible classic English car, the wind in your hair with the Mediterranean sun shining above you. What a perfect way to experience the wonderful Provençal scenery...

Motorhome Holiday Adventures in France for Every Season!

Whatever the season... Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter, there’s plenty to explore and enjoy on your motorhome holiday in France. Whether you prefer the hot weather and the sunshine, or you’d rather hit the slopes in...
Eguisheim is famous for its Christmas market

Top Things to Do and See in Alsace

Presenting some popular activities, attractions and places to visit in Alsace, at all times of the year in the region. CHRISTMAS MARKETS Come December, every Alsatian village opens its Christmas market, an enchanting tradition begun in 1570 with Strasbourg’s Christkindelsmärik,...

Plan a Golf Holiday in France: Drive Our Golf France Road Trip Route

This blog post was created in partnership with Atout France, the official tourism board of France. Learn more about their services below. For golfers, there’s perhaps no better way to experience a new locale than...
Pont Valentré

Discover 3 Wine Routes in the Midi-Pyrénées

When you think of French wine, famous appellations like Champagne or Bordeaux are the first names that come to mind; wines with strong characters and powerful flavours, their fame extends far beyond the nation’s...
Michelin maps and guides

Chart Your Trip Across France with Michelin

In France, people often say, everything ends up as a song. In the 1950s, while Edith Piaf was warbling about the skies of Paris, Charles Trenet was merrily singing the praises of the Nationale...

Take a Quiz: 10 Classic French Cars

Test your knowledge of the Hexagone's most iconic vehicles.

Itineraries for your Dordogne Holiday

Starting point: Brantome, nicknamed the ‘Green Venice of the Périgord’ in The Green Périgord Upstream detour Head towards Villars to visit the Chateau of Puyguilhem, which is comparable to the châteaux of the Loire valley in...