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France Holidays

There are plenty of reasons why France is the most visited tourist spot in the world. At Myflightpal, we have a range of holidays in France that explains why France will make you fall in love with it. Myflightpal takes care of all the essentials to give you the best holiday experience in France. Give us a call to create your itinerary and have a tailor-made trip of your dreams to France. France holidays offer a variety of experiences for everyone. Choose between the cosmopolitan buzz of Paris and the serene cruise in the Loire, the Seine and the Rhone. You can cruise to the capital's historical museums, art galleries and monuments on a river cruise. Or you can sample the local wines at Bordeaux and visit the scenic Provence

With fancy beach resorts, high-end cities, and splendid spots of natural beauty, a holiday in the South of France has it all! You can enjoy pristine sandy beaches with culture-packed towns on holidays to the South of France. The pleasant climate of the Mediterranean and its delectable cuisine lure many tourists to its coast. And for those curious about history, there is a treasure trove of museums and galleries to satiate their cravings. Taking a South of France holiday is incomplete without exploring the stunning Cote d'Azur. But you can also choose to explore the inland for an exceptional wine-tasting experience, hike to the beautiful mountains, or stroll around the floral fields of Provence. Combine your South of France holiday with a trip to the border of France and Italy by exploring San Remo, which lies on the Italian Riviera, to soak up the spirit of Italy. But if you want to explore the classic tour of the South of France, keep your itinerary around the Marseille Old Port combined with exploring Avignon and visiting the Roman amphitheatre in Nimes.

All Inclusive France Holidays Packages

Cocktails at sunset, lunches on the poolside, and three-course meals - a holiday to France - are lavish. Hence, France holiday packages by Myflightpal are the perfect solution to take care of all your travel needs. Explore Paris and its cosy cafes, breathtaking views from the Seine, and the iconic architecture of the Eiffel Tower, one of the world's most iconic structures. Take a trip to Bordeaux, which has many all-night coffee shops and UNESCO-listed Neoclassical architecture. The city of Nice offers you pristine beaches and an account of France's glamorous history. You can experience pure luxury while visiting Cote d'Azur, marvel at the beauty of Loire-Valley, or gaze at the impressive Rhone-Alps

Myflightpal offers a wide selection of adventure holidays to France. Explore our curated selection of all-inclusive holidays to France, which include trekking, walking, cycling, and mixed-activity holidays for solo travellers and family adventure holidays. An all-inclusive France holiday covers your meals and drinks as the prices are already added to the fare. Hence, it is a budget-friendly option for families, couples, and solo travellers. France has no shortage of places to see and things to do. There is pretty scenery to capture at every corner. The weather is almost always pleasant, with long and sunny days. Call our expert travel consultants if you need help deciding where to stay and how to plan an itinerary for your all-inclusive holiday to France.

*All holiday package rates displayed are updated as of May 21, 2024, at 9:26 AM EST. The airfares are on a per-passenger basis and the hotel rates are on a twin-sharing per-night basis unless stated otherwise. Our Service Fees and government, hotel and other charges may apply. Read our Terms and Conditions for more details.

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Top Tourist Attractions of France

Paris

Paris Holidays

Shopping on the Champs-Élysées, cocktails in front of the Eiffel Tower, gala dinners in classic brasseries – Paris holidays are as exquisite as they come. Paris is a cultural powerhouse that few other cities can match. Its numerous museums, monuments, and gardens ensure that no two visits are alike. Visit the Louvre to look closely at the famous Mona Lisa smile. After dark, relax in the Champ de Mars park to watch the Eiffel Tower sparkle. Alternatively, visit bohemian Montmartre to shop for art, sip coffee at an outdoor café, and see a cabaret show at the Moulin Rouge.

Dordogne

Dordogne Holidays

The Dordogne is a quintessential French hideaway that is popular not only with tourists from other countries but also with locals. The Dordogne is ideal for a getaway because it has fortified towns, charming villages, rich historical significance, and beautiful countryside. Our destination experts scoured the country, towns, and villages for the best Dordogne holidays in the most picturesque environments. We look for accommodations close to a wide range of outdoor activities, such as wine tours, walking and hiking trails, and fishing. Which makes it perfect for visitors who want to experience everything the region has.

Provence

Provence Holidays

Provence- Alpes is an enchanting French retreat rich in culture and heritage. Provence- Alpes gives you a taste of French heritage by showcasing authentic Mediterranean flavours, Roman Gaul ancient ruins, and beautiful scenery that inspired the impressionist art movement. Our carefully selected collection of Provence holidays allows you to deeply immerse yourself in the pure elegance of this phenomenal region. Our France destination experts make sure that your itinerary ensures proximity to local activities such as wine tasting, biking, trekking, watersports, and cultural monuments, allowing you to relax and indulge during your Provence- Alpes holidays.

Loire Valley

Loire Valley Holidays

The intriguing Loire Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the whole, is equal parts spectacular, ancient, and artistic. This French region is perfect for those looking for a glamorous getaway with its chateaux, undulating landscape, refined cities, and remarkable wine-making skills. Our France destination experts know the region well and ensure that our Loire Valley holidays are in the best locations. Furthermore, almost all of our Loire Valley holidays are suitable for children and youngsters, so there's something for everyone. With so many outdoor activities nearby - fishing, wine tasting, walking and hiking paths, and golf - you'll never be bored in one of our Loire Valley holidays.

Hidden Gems of France

Bordeaux

Bordeaux is renowned for its Clarets, but there's more to see and do in and around the city. The reason for the city centre's designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site becomes clear when you wander through the streets. There are so many fantastic structures to see and activities to do in Bordeaux that you may need to stay a little longer to squeeze them all in. If you want to go shopping during your Bordeaux holiday, Rue Sainte-Catherine is France's renowned shopping area. With over three kilometres, it should satiate even the most ardent shopper.

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Alsace

Alsace is a fascinating and attractive region rich in culture, cuisine, and legacy, situated between the mighty Rhine and the pine-clad Vosges Mountains. The beautiful towns, with their omnipresent flower displays and higgledy-piggledy range of half-timbered cottages painted in an appealing spectrum of pastel hues, are the main lure for many visitors. Beyond these are calm, wooded hillsides crowned by high castles and miles of well-tended vineyards. These produce well-known Alsatian wines, which are subtly delightful and ideal for the region's widely acclaimed cuisine. Explore the famous wines along the Alsace Wine Route, discover Maison Kammerzell in Strasbourg, or learn about the Renaissance heritage of Colmar. Whatever your interests are, our experts can plan a tour that will allow you to get the most out of Alsace.

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Burgundy

Burgundy is popular among gourmets and wine enthusiasts, but it also appeals to those who enjoy nature and historic structures. This magnificent rural region will delight you with its tranquil hedged countryside, plains of vineyards, intriguing forests, rivers and lakes. It is known worldwide for its prestigious vineyards and unique gastronomy. A walk in the Morvan Regional Nature Park or a bike ride along the delightful Saône-et-Loire Greenway are excellent ways to replenish your energies. And if you want to relax in nature while enjoying the water, go to Lake Settons in Nièvre. Burgundy, with its rich and diverse tradition, surely has many surprises for travellers!

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Brittany

Brittany is situated right in the Northern part of France. It is a beautiful region with pleasant weather, similar to the channel in England. However, the scenery and culture are far different. Brittany holidays offer an experience that is comfortable and wholesome. Its culture showcases that the region has many intriguing tourist spots. Brittany is an enigmatic mix of cosmopolitan and traditional towns. You can explore ancient villages, mysterious forests, and the authentic French countryside in Brittany. Evidence from ancient history is scattered everywhere as Brittany remains a homage to its past. History buffs will find it the most interesting site as various megalithic monuments and stone structures are across the peninsula.

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Normandy

Normandy has played an enormous part in European history, from the Norman invasion of Britain in 1066 to the D-Day attacks in 1944. Lower-key attractions include a wide range of stunning coastal landscapes, plenty of white sand beaches, some of France's best museums, quiet rural hamlets, and architectural treasures ranging from Rouen's mediaeval old city - home of Monet's favourite cathedral - to Honfleur's seafaring charms to Le Havre's remarkable postwar modernism. Camembert, apples, cider, cream-heavy cuisine, and the freshest fish and seafood are just a few reasons to visit the affordable and picturesque region of France.

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Marseille

The picturesque city of Marseille is in southern France. Its shoreline and boats provide many beautiful sights that dot the city. The Old Port, or Vieux-Port in local French, is the city's beating heart. The atmosphere around this port city is created by local fishermen selling their catch of the day along the docks. Of all, the port isn't the main attraction of a Marseille vacation. Beautiful landmarks are across the city. Admire the beauty of the Basilique Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde or the Calanques National Park, both of which provide stunning natural views.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Holidays in France

Spring (April-May), summer (June-August), and autumn are the best times to visit France (September-October). Springtime in the Country is pleasant, with lesser crowds and temperatures ranging from 55°F to 68°F. Summer temperatures can reach 84°F, but they aren't too hot to prevent you from enjoying the metropolis, mountains, and countryside. Autumn continues to be warm, with temperatures ranging from 61°F to 77°F and beautiful vistas as the leaves change colour. France has warm temperatures yet has regional differences: the south has a Mediterranean climate, while the north, near the English Channel, has damp weather. Most of the country shuts down in August to seek sunny weather in the south. Winter is one of the best times to visit Paris since the visitors are fewer, but the restaurants are packed with locals.
As summer approaches, tourists flock to France's coastal coasts to swim, sunbathe, and try out new water activities. The coastal barrier between land and sea is the shoreline. The scenery, cliffs, and beaches are diverse enough to satisfy travellers. The first thing to remember when looking for the best beaches in France is not to believe that they are all on the Riviera. While the iconic stretch of coastline has some scenic beaches, don't overlook the Normandy coast or the Bay of Biscay when planning your French summer holiday.
The Alps, the spectacular mountain range that separates Europe in a curved line from Austria to France, occupies the first position among legendary ski spots. On the north-facing slopes of these peaks in the French Savoie, some of the most iconic and greatest ski resorts in the world can be found. Skiing is available in the Pyrenees and other French mountains, but the world-class mountains where Olympic gold is won are those in the Alps. In addition to consistent snow and excellent skiing for all experience levels, ski resorts in France offer quaint Alpine villages, classic chalets, family-friendly lodges, sophisticated hotels, and chic resorts with Michelin stars and A-list visitors.
There is a good reason why France attracts the most tourists worldwide. In addition to some of the finest wines and cuisine in the world, it has some of the most picturesque locations. Paris is the best place to stay in France because it offers all major tourist sites and a typical French atmosphere. However, many other cities await you as well! Nice, Bordeaux, Lyon, Corsica, Marseille, Cannes, and many other cities are worth visiting since they have everything from rolling vineyards to plunging valleys to towering dunes and gorgeous villages.

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