Sardinia is generally considered a summer destination. And yet, this Mediterranean island, popular among tourists for its sandy beaches, has many other attractions throughout the year. We have listed for you 5 good reasons to visit Sardinia off-season.
The exceptional site of the Palace of Versailles welcomes 3 million visitors each year in the palace itself and 7 million visitors in the park. The palace, which has more than 2,000 rooms, is not the only attraction of this mythical place, which also includes an 815-hectare park, an orangery, the Petit Trianon and the Grand Trianon, as well as the Queen's Hamlet.
Very popular destination for French travelers, Big Apple is bustling in all seasons, but slightly less crowded by tourists in the fall. It's a shame because this time of year is actually one of the best seasons to discover this city. To convince you, here are 5 good reasons to visit New York in the autumn.
Central Italy region, Tuscany owes its fame to the city of Florence and other famous tourist destinations like Pisa, Siena, or San Gimignano. But it also houses lesser-known natural and cultural treasures, like Pratovecchio Stia. We have listed 5 good reasons to visit this municipality in Tuscany.
Tourist accommodation favored by families, camping allows for stays in the great outdoors while visiting French regions. For those who have not yet chosen their destination, why not take advantage of the holidays to discover Vendée and more specifically Les Sables-d'Olonne? We have listed for you 5 good reasons to go camping in Les Sables-d'Olonne.
For all the fans of the British monarchy, the town of Windsor in England is a must-visit. Known for housing a royal residence, the famous Windsor Castle, this destination offers many other places to discover! We have listed for you 5 places to absolutely visit during your stay there.
Small town located in the heart of Anjou, Chalonnes-sur-Loire is worth a visit for its location in the Loire Valley and its wine activity. While it is also possible to go hiking and cycling on the "La Loire à vélo" circuit, an unusual way to explore the surroundings is to take the Chalonnes-sur-Loire little train for a ride through the vineyards.
Among the latest trends in the tourism sector, you probably know about sustainable tourism, which aims to preserve the environment at your vacation destination. But have you heard of regenerative tourism? This still unknown approach in France aims to have a positive impact on the destination. Explanation.
Perhaps you are not yet familiar with the green Michelin star as it is the most recent distinction in the famous red guide. It has only been three years since the Michelin guide rewards restaurants committed to an ecological and sustainable approach. We invite you to discover the history and significance of this highly coveted new star.
The Marqueyssac Gardens in the Périgord region are a unique curiosity in France. These gardens, inspired by the Italian Renaissance, offer astonishing boxwood flowerbeds that extend around a 19th-century castle. The boxwoods, planted over 160 years ago and hand-trimmed, invite you to a magical walk above the Dordogne River...