Alpine Adventures: Parc naturel régional du Vercors

The Vercors region-- a mountain range with high plateaux located in the Rhône-Alps-- delights visitors with spectacular scenery, a variety of outdoor activities and a feeling of being far from the crowds. Even though...

Great Destinations: Bordeaux Wine Country

With the wonderful new Cité du Vin to lead the way, there’s a new sense of fun and openness about the Bordeaux wine region. The châteaux doors are opening to the public, the terroirs and appellations are...

Reviewed: Jeff Koons at the Centre Pompidou, Paris

An exploration of the unique vision of the Pennsylvania-born iconoclast.

Taste the Real St Tropez

Chef Nina Parker recalls her idyllic Riviera summers and shares three much-loved recipes.

French Holiday Ideas: The Heritage of Mougins

From ancient history to contemporary culture this picturesque village just 15 minutes from Cannes offers a surprisingly rich cultural banquet MUSEUMS First stop should be the remarkable Musée d’Art Classique et Moderne. Arriving at a medieval townhouse in the old...

Normandy Travel Tips for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

A selection of things to see and do to commemorate the Normandy invasion.

Overnight Loire River Cruises with CroisiEurope

A new paddlewheel ship will allow the first overnight cruises on France's longest river.

Road Trip through the Rhône Valley

The Rhône Valley is a place of remarkable beauty and astonishing diversity, a patchwork landscape woven together by a common thread: its legendary wines. Jennifer Ladonne gets a taste of the area between Lyon...

Off the Beaten Path in the Limousin

A glorious, under appreciated region that's the least visited in France.

Nausicaá and the Beating Heart of Boulonnais

Making a beeline for Nausicaá, Boulogne’s aquatic showstopper, Rhiannon Rees ends up discovering a deeply historic area tied to Britain and the sea To some, Boulonnais is a mark on the map, a vague belt...