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Admire the rugged coastline with its blend of powdery beaches, striking cliffs and fantastic water sport activities. Explore over 4,000 chateaux, manors and medieval homes before discovering the array of small fishing villages sprinkled along the coastline. Be sure to visit Rennes, with its striking medieval architecture, beautiful Thabor Park and the impressive Parliament building.
The gateway to France and Europe beyond, our fantastic range of hotels in Calais and Northern France are the perfect base for a short break or getaway. Easy to get to from the south coast of England, there’s no better excuse for a weekend away in this pretty part of the world.
Part of France since 1768, Corsica is a mountainous Mediterranean island to the south-west of the French Mainland, just north of the Italian island of Sardinia. Birthplace of Napoléon Bonaparte, Ajaccio is the island's capital and largest settlement.
A popular holiday destination for decades, our short breaks in the French Riviera are a great choice for a European escape. Whether you’re going away for a week or a weekend, there’s no more refined place to soak up the sunshine than the south of France.
Set on two magnificent rivers, the Rhone and Saône, Lyon was originally a Roman settlement. With a long, fascinating history, Lyon has one of France’s largest displays of Renaissance architecture – it’s no wonder this spectacular city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Champagne-Ardenne, Lorraine and Alsace are beautiful French regions primed for exploration. Home to world-famous vineyards, rolling hills, valleys and forests, it is one of the finest spots in Europe for a rural short break.
A romantic and enchanting world-famous city, Paris is a classic short break destination. Located on the banks of the River Seine, the French capital is home to celebrated monuments, tree-lined boulevards and tonnes of stylish boutiques.
The traditional area of rural Provence has a beautiful landscape, famous for its lavender fields, Alpine peaks and countless historical sights. Marseille, a thriving, cosmopolitan city, lies on the pretty south of France coast. Whatever piques your interest about this part of the world, our range of hotels in Provence mean there's something for everyone.
Châteaux, vineyards and sunflower fields, the south-west of France is perhaps its most distinctly rural. From charming little farms scattered among rolling hills up to the dramatic mountains of the Pyrenees, this region enjoys breath-taking scenery.
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