The French mainland has water on more or less three sides – the Atlantic, the English Channel – or La Manche as the French prefer to call it – and the Mediterranean, so France has beaches to suit just about everyone, from families to super stars, world class surfers to naturists.
If you desire to spend some blissful days in the lap of nature and bask in the soft warmth of the sun rays, then opting for any of the holiday destinations located in the Mediterranean lands will be ideal. One such spot that has been alluring travel seekers for many years is the quaint yet […]
Over the past two centuries, it’s as if British people have invaded the Côte d’Azur, creating a real parallel society. Probably to flee the rain and cold of Blighty, they particularly like the South of France. For many, the French Riviera is the perfect area to enjoy the sun and warmth of the beautiful country […]
Summer is here! Plane tickets, accommodation and taxi to the airport are booked, your bags are (just about) packed. But are you completely sure you’re ready to travel?
This fabulous Greek villa was created by Theodore Reinach (1860-1928) and Emmanuel Pontremoli (1865-1956). T. Reinach had a double doctorate in law and arts in Frankfurt.
Last year, the Hexagon beat the record of 2011 (81.4 million of tourists), allowing France to remain the top international tourist destination.
There is a simple way to find the best moments to spend time in France: regularly check the Eurostar website as periods when tickets are expensive often mean there is a special event in France such as Christmas,
Whether set in the city, the countryside, in a French ski resort or by the seaside, French leasebacks offer –as well as a superb apartment with the best facilities and amenities nearby- plenty of activities!
The largest, most spectacular, historic and magnificent building par excellence, the biggest property that any human can possess on earth… We do not lack the words to identify this type of house: a French castle or chateau. Not that common in other countries,