Travel France Online

Travel France Online takes you to Auvergne, an island at the heart of France, a land of dormant volcanoes, deep lakes and natural thermal springs, an untamed region known as the Water Tower of France.

Travel France Online takes you farther south to the Aveyron, a land of contrasted and wild landscapes, and of limestone plateaus once home to the Knights Templar.

Discover the historical Quercy region and the Lot Valley, inhabited since the Neolithic and today renowned for their beautiful villages perched on rocky spurs and mysterious caves and geological curiosities.

The next stop is the nearby Dordogne, the land of cave painting art but also the land of thousands chateaux, truffle and foie gras.

Travel France Online shows you Brittany, the land of the megaliths, the land of Celtic tradition and the setting of the Arthurian Legend, a land of fairies and wizards, a land of jagged coastlines and emerald seas.

We invite you to visit the Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy then to embark on a personal journey along Memory Lane and the WWII Landing Beaches.

Discover the Loire, the last untamed river of Europe and its valley where the Kings of the French Renaissance built their prestigious chateaux.

We explore quintessential Limousin in Central France, an historic region of lush green countryside, vast network of rivers, rolling hills and forests, peppered with as many ancient chateaux and churches, one of the country’s least populated regions.

Travel France Online takes you on a stroll through Paris the capital of France, we take you off the beaten tracks and show you Paris the Parisian way.

We invite you to Provence to listen to the song of the cicadas in the lavender fields and olive groves of the ‘arrière-pays’ after a relaxing day on the trendy beaches of the French Riviera.

Honour with us the memory of all those soldiers who fought and died during WWI in the fields of Flanders and the Somme.

Finally Travel France Online introduces you to French culture and many traditions and to the discovery of some of France’s thirteen wine-making regions.

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