The best diving spots in South France

The best diving spots in South France

The perfect time for holidays has arrived! Some prefer to go in the mountains during their vacation, some love to lay on sunny beaches, while others prefer to visit spectacular towns. But what about the fans of sports? If you love to practice sports, more precisely watersports, even when you are on a holiday, this article will help you to make a good decision about your destination. Scuba diving is a very popular activity today. Many tourists choose a half-day scuba diving package during their... [ read more ]

Elegant things you should do in France

Elegant things you should do in France

Ooh yes, I know France is pretty much a synonym for elegance, they have French cuisine, wines, some of the best fashion designers - my personal favorite, Dior among them - and so on and so forth. And the very best thing is that these things come naturally to them, it is just a part of French lifestyle. There are of course, more costly and luxurious things to do, it all depends of the budget you have at your disposition. Just to give you a taste of French lifestyle, here are a few elegan... [ read more ]

Top 10 best coastal towns in France

Top 10 best coastal towns in France

I am sure that everyone loves France…its culture, the historical and natural heritage, the French cuisine and also the locals’ hospitality. If you are about to visit this fantastic country, but you still don’t know what to do in France, I suggest you to spend a couple of days or even weeks in one of the top 10 coastal towns of France! The coastal line of the country is over 3200 km long. From the North Sea stretching down to the Mediterranean Sea, the beaches are of different sorts. If y... [ read more ]

The top ski- and seaside resorts of France

The top ski- and seaside resorts of France

It is a well-known fact that France is a very popular destination. Besides the cultural attractions and the gorgeous historical towns, it owns a rich natural heritage. France has a wide variety of landscapes: from coastal plains to the mountain ranges of the Alps in the south-east, the Massif Central in the south-central part and Pyrenees in the south-west. France is bordered with the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Anywhere you go in France, you will find fa... [ read more ]

The most visited festivals of France

The most visited festivals of France

Visiting France on your holiday? It is the best choice! France has a rich natural and cultural heritage. After visiting some of its natural beauties, Paris or other gorgeous cities of the country or the fantastic resorts, don’t forget about the events and frenetic festivals of France! The French love the festivals! Join them and explore the traditional and modern festivals, local events or celebrations. From music- to film festivals, from medieval- to gastronomical festivals, from sport- to ... [ read more ]

Visitor’s guide to the attractions of Lyon

Visitor’s guide to the attractions of Lyon

Situated in the east-central part of France, in the Rhône-Alpes region, Lyon is well-known for its historical and architectural landmarks. It is not surprising that the wonderful city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lyon is also considered the capital of gastronomy in France. The city has a significant role in the history of cinema, as Auguste and Louis Lumière invented the cinematographe in Lyon. The city is also known for its famous light festival called "Fete des Lumieres" which occurs o... [ read more ]

The unspoiled island of Noirmoutier-en-l’Ȋle

The unspoiled island of Noirmoutier-en-l’Ȋle

Noirmoutier-en-l’Ȋle is a commune, situated in the northern part of the island of Noirmoutier, off the coast, in the western part of France. The name “Noirmoutier” means “black monastery” in English, which was given to the island for the darkly clad monks who lived on the island in the seventh century. Noirmoutier-en-l’Ȋle has some spectacular attractions, peaceful and soft sandy beaches, not to mention the French cuisine. The commune contains three villages: Noirmoutier, L'Herba... [ read more ]

Top 5 interesting facts about Bretagne

Top 5 interesting facts about Bretagne

Bretagne, also named Brittany is a north-western region in France. The peninsula of Bretagne is bordered by the English Channel to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Bay of Biscay to the south. The province of Bretagne is divided in four administrative regions. This gorgeous cultural area has several tourist attractions, not to mention the spectacular natural resources. The attractions range from historical urban regions to megalithic monuments, from traditional festivals to bea... [ read more ]

The best sights in Orléans

The best sights in Orléans

The wonderful city of Orléans is located in north-central France, on the Loire River, about 130 km southwest of Paris. Being one of the medieval France’s richest cities, Orléans had always been a strategic point of the Loire. Today the town is a well-known destination for tourists. Its university, founded in 1309, also contributes to the city's prestige. There are several tourist attractions in the city, such as museums, parks, churches, galleries, the well-known cathedral and so on. If yo... [ read more ]

Visitor’s guide to Provence’s natural heritage

Visitor’s guide to Provence’s natural heritage

Provence is one of the most popular regions in France. Being part of the administrative area of Provence-Alpes-Cȏte d’Azur, this region is located in the south eastern part of the country. It is contiguous with Italy to east and the Mediterranean Sea to south and south-east. It is not surprising that Provence is one of the most beautiful and also most visited regions of France. Provence offers a remarkable cultural heritage: some of the well-known cities that are located here are Avignon, M... [ read more ]