If you have ever thought of getting away and taking a relaxing cycling holiday, there could be nothing more fitting then traveling at a Provençal pace, looking out over a tranquil sea of purple and breathing that calming scent of Lavender. Cycling through vast lavender fields while embracing wonderful colors and perfumes, we offer tours Read more…»
Another breathtaking part of our Three Lake tour, Aix-les-Bains is a town nested on France’s largest natural lake. Well known for its spa treatments, beautiful Lake du Bourget views, and adventurous activities, it is a great place to enjoy a vacation of any length. Here are our top ten favorite things to do! Read more…»
The striking color of the lake, the smell of fresh foods from the vibrant street markets, the feeling of strolling around a historical castle with the mountains all around you, Annecy is a town that will undoubtedly leave you in awe. Only 35km from Geneva, it is rich in history, culture and beauty. Our Three Lake Read more…»
After studying up on the traditions of Valentine’s Day from around the world, I have come to the conclusion that there are certain prevailing themes everywhere. Although the types, meanings, and methods may differ, flowers, chocolates or candies, and cards appear in almost all the countries that recognize the holiday. There is some variance in Read more…»
France is a fabulous place to visit all year round – after all, it is the world’s most popular vacation destination. But every December, it becomes a downright winter wonderland! From the famous boulevards of Paris to the smallest hilltop village, the French pull out all the stops to produce their unique brand of Christmas Read more…»
Quick list of noticeable events taking place in France in 2013. The list includes sport and cultural events.
Work has already begun, so vehicle access directly to Mont Saint-Michel–including bicycles– isn’t possible anymore. But the new dam is built, so visitors willing to park there and shuttle in will be able see Mont-Saint-Michel in a whole new light right away!
One enormous advantage of parking by the new dam is that it offers amazing views of Mont-Saint-Michel from approximately 900 meters away. The distance is post card and photo-perfect. Be sure to spend some time looking for the best “photo op” while you’re there.
Earlier today (March 30, 2012), the Tour de l’Avenir 2012 was announced in Le Parc des Oiseaux and Le Grand Bornand. Besides the fact that the Tour de l’Avenir is a race that has crowned soon-to-be cycling’s finest: Joop Zoetemelk, Greg Lemond, Charly Mottet, Miguel Indurain, Laurent Fignon to name a few, the race follows Read more…»