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Paris is its own world. Each of its neighborhoods can be explored like a country, from the village Montmartre to the Latin Quarter, passing through the cradle of the Ile de la Cité. And each stone speaks to us of art, from the centuries-old Louvre Museum to the futuristic Louis Vuitton Foundation. Paris is a celebration for culture, art, gastronomy and so much more…
While the famous boards of Deauville might attract the stars between two shopping sessions, the true star of Normandy is first of all Mont Saint Michel as extraordinary as it may be. However, this jewel of monastic art cannot eclipse other Norman jewels.
The Normandy region has a thriving cheese industry, singular cliffs steeped in legends, a vibrant seaside town that has been immortalized by Impressionism, and also a vast number of beaches that preserve memories of the Second World War ...
Welcome to Brittany, where the ocean is powerful at high tide, and embraced when incorporatt into a wellness treatment. Brittany's 2,700-kilometer coastline is punctuated by sandy beaches, sculpted rocks and forgotten islands, all of which add up to a dreamy horizon of the ocean. A place where legends run and must be seen.
The Loire Valley, Leonardo da Vinci conceived some of his most mind-blowing inventions there. And Kings made it the most important region of the French Renaissance. Amidst the banks of the river, the Château de Chambord, as well as many other large and small châteaux of the Loire, illustrate the fabulous story of this artistic effervescence which is expressed even in the gardens.
The name Bordeaux brings to mind the greatest wine-producing region of the world, with of course, its 7,000 winegrowers. Indeed, it is the home of some of the oldest fine wine vineyards on the planet. But you also have to think about water when you visit Bordeaux! Sail along the Gironde Estuary and enjoy wine tourism from one castle to another as you, stroll along the Garonne! And then, head south and indulge in fresh oysters from Arcachon Bay.
Throughout the Dordogne valley, the blond stone serves as more than decoration. It is also a history book. Amidst decorated caves, villages of character and fortified castles, one grasps, in successive waves, the story of prehistoric men, the heroics of knights from the Middle Ages, and the miracles of Renaissance art. Along the Dordogne also lies an exceptional terroir, with divine aromas of foie gras, duck breast, and truffles. Périgord noir is regarded as a symbol of the French art of living and French luxury.
A foot in the Atlantic, another in the mountains: Biarritz and the Basque Country are like Espelette pepper, a local delicacy that is strong, yet smooth at the same time. In addition to the strength of a popular ocean that has shaped a stunning setting divided into high cliffs, long beaches and wild coves, the region also boasts a luxurious gourmet culture and a fun and festive way of living.
When the word Provence is mentioned, a summer air of lavender and cicadas fill the air. It might remind you of fresh squeezed olive oil. Or, in winter, you might think of the magic of snowflakes falling on Sainte-Victoire mountain. A visit to Provence means capturing a unique sweetness of life no matter the season. And to enjoy an aesthetic expression that can be found in every corner of the landscape, from medieval villages and towns to the landscape's scented mountains and wild spaces!
From the Côte d’Azur, our minds picture the fabulous blue of a Mediterranean that runs along creeks, islands, and golden beaches. It is a beautiful color chart that inspired the greatest painters of the 20th century! The French Riviera is not only the glittering gold of its film festivals. It is also the warm tones of its villages and gardens, which have given the region a distinctive holiday scent in the wake of the renowned perfumes of its hinterland.
In winter, ski resorts along the mountains invite visitors to hit the slopes and recharge their batteries between altitude spas, altitude restaurants, and luxurious hotels. And during summer you can disconnect more than ever before from the hustle and bustle of the cities: hiking from one refuge to another, downhill rafting or an itinerary through the heart of artisan knowledge; all roads lead to the mountain pastures.
Often considered the French Gastronomy capital, Lyon also produces a different type of delicacy: a daring taste. In Lyon, one can cross a number of cultural sites, including graffiti artists from the Croix Rousse, a museum dedicated to the confluence of knowledge, an urban art gallery inside a stadium and performances of the Festival of Lights. And taking center stage, its International City of Gastronomy, the new standard of taste.
Throughout Burgundy, the climate and soil are tied together to create 1247 terroirs which create the unique personality of the region. Their fiery redness in autumn echoes the sparkling hues of the roofs of monuments that bear witness to the Flamboyant Gothic style. An ideal time for long walks along the water, passing medieval villages, Romanesque churches and exceptional vineyards.
In the East, Alsace and Lorraine share the same taste for generosity. Although Saint Nicholas is most commonly celebrated by the people of Lorraine, the gourmet events that are staged at Christmas markets in Strasbourg, Mulhouse, Metz, and Nancy cultivate the same opulence. From the Alsace wine route to Lorraine tableware, medieval architecture to Art Nouveau settings, villages in castle shade to contemporary art centers, the East is a hotbed of creativity and has a definite taste for the finer things in life.
The Champagne region, with its hillsides, houses and cellars registered with UNESCO, has a name that sparkles like a promise of celebration. The region is first and foremost home to wine, the ultimate connoisseur's treat. Champagne is also a crucible of history, the Cathedral of Reims being the cradle of the coronation of the French kings, while the medieval city of Troyes is a wonder of medieval architecture and its chalky soil perpetuates memories of the Great War of 14-18
It is called The Island of Beauty for its grandeur with breathtaking landscapes between steep red cliffs plunging into turquoise waters, villages of stone clinging to the mountains, and canyons of chestnut trees. You can find fine sandy beaches, small coves or peninsulas. In Corsica, you can enjoy an array of natural wonders between the sky and the sea, especially if you visit the emblematic Scandola reserve, famous for scuba diving. But Napoleon's homeland is also a land of traditions and history, to be discovered through a walk in its cities nestled in the shelter of their citadels, with their feet in the Mediterranean Sea.