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Sud Ouest France Bordeaux and South West
Bordeaux, in the heart of the world famous vineyards, is the capital of the South West
Bordeaux is the gateway to a mosaic of territories and facets that will seduce the most demanding guests: the vineyards of Bordeaux, Cognac, La Rochelle, the classified sites and picturesque villages of Dordogne, Biarritz and the authentic Basque Country
South West France Basque Country
The Basque Country, located on the border between France & Spain, land of traditions, gastronomy and breathtaking landscapes.
On the coast lie the elegant town of Biarritz, one of the world’s most famous surf spot and charming fisherman towns such as Saint Jean de Luz and Guéthary. Just minutes away from the bustle of the more sophisticated Basque coast lies the essence of the Basque country, the villages. The very proud local people with traditions dating back to the beginning of time the history of the Basque people is ingrained in “interior” country. A must when exploring the South West of France!
Center France Val de Loire
Discover one of the most beautiful regions of France, the land of 1000 castles.
Your stay steeped in history will be a journey to discover the most beautiful architectural heritage bequeathed by the kings of France.
The Loire is also 70,000 hectares of vineyards & 60 different appellations… so many possibilities to discover a wine that suits you.
North France Champagne
Champagne is the name of the famous sparkling wine but also the name of the region where this wine is produced. Only sparkling wine produced in this very specific area located north east of Paris can be labeled "Champagne".
Reims, capital of the region, is particularly famous for its Cathedral and its Palace. You will have the opportunity to discover the biscuits of Reims but also, and above all, the artisanal secrets of sparkling wine known throughout the world. Whether historic houses or small producers, the region is full of treasures to discover.
South East France Lyon & Rhône Valley
Lyon, 3rd city of France & known as the "French Capital of Gastronomy"
This city has become an essential stopover during your discovery of the France. Discover its historic center and the old silk weaving district and the local gourmet specialities and traditions. Then depart to explore Beaujolais & Côte du Rhône vineyards located just outside of the city.
South France Provence
Explore the Provence region with its landscapes that inspired Van Gogh & Cézanne..
Between the villages among the most beautiful in France, the vineyards and the lavender fields, without forgetting the Mediterranean coast, the region of Provence will make you dream during your stay.
North East France Burgundy
Discover one of the largest and most prestigious wine regions in the world
Small in size, but immense in reputation, the Burgundy wine region offers you a unique choice of visits to vineyards and cellars, not to mention the emblematic cities of the region: Beaune & Dijon. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2015, the climates of Burgundy bear witness to the incredible diversity of its terroirs.
North East France Alsace
Located at the crossroads of Europe, Alsace has a fascinating history that is told by each monument, memorial and museum.
Whether it is the small colorful streets, half-timbered houses with flowery balconies, green vineyards, fountains and canals of yesteryear, Alsace charms with its authentic towns and villages.