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...
It is scientifically proven: taking vacations is excellent for physical and mental health. However, we do not all have the same definition of this word! Some prefer to escape alone while others never leave without their tribe... To find out what type of vacationer you are, discover the 5 profiles below! There is a good chance that you will recognize yourself in at least one of them.
Town in Vaucluse located between Avignon and the North Luberon Valley, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue is one of the must-visit destinations in Provence. This former fishing village, crisscrossed by canals, is now a renowned commune for its many antique shops and its large Provençal market on Sunday mornings. We have listed for you 5 things to do during your stay there.
Some vacationers are allergic to camping because they are put off by the idea of sleeping in a tent, with only the thickness of their sleeping pad for comfort. Fortunately for those who don't want to compromise on their comfort, there is now a new and much more enjoyable way to spend their holidays close to nature: glamping! Here is a summary of the similarities and differences between these two forms of outdoor accommodation.
Although it is only a 3-hour direct flight from Paris, Lithuania is still a relatively unknown destination. The largest of the Baltic countries is not just limited to its capital city Vilnius. It also offers multiple attractions for tourists in the summer. We have listed 5 good reasons for you to choose this destination.
The Gavarnie Circus in the Pyrenees is one of the most visited tourist sites in France. This natural glacial circus is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is undoubtedly a natural wonder to discover. If you too wish to visit this mythical place, here is a practical guide in 6 questions.
At the French-Spanish border, the old Canfranc railway station remained abandoned for decades following a fire. But it has recently risen from its ashes and now houses a 5-star hotel. We invite you to delve into the history of this extraordinary place.
Famous seaside resort on the French Riviera, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is located between Monaco and Menton. In addition to its magnificent natural setting, the municipality has a medieval village and a castle, much to the delight of lovers of old stones.
Natural, ecological, agricultural and tourist heritage, the Hortillonnages d'Amiens are cultivated marshes that have been in existence for over 2000 years. They played a major role in the food supply of the people of Amiens in the early 20th century. Today, they are one of the most picturesque tourist attractions in the city and during the summer season, they host an International Garden Festival.
In France, 80% of tourist traffic is concentrated in 20% of the territory. In the most frequented sites such as Mont Saint-Michel or the village of Gordes for example, one comes to think that too much tourism kills tourism! To address this problem, the government has just unveiled a plan to fight against overtourism. Explanations.