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    1. Faire la fête The south of France is blessed with a glorious summer climate and the locals make the most of it, at festivals which are spread throughout the season. Arts and theatre aficionados are...

    Ideal for a short break: Le Touquet

    Are you in search of wide-open sands and pine forests alongside shopping and gastronomic temptations? Visit Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, an ideal short break spot just 45 minutes from Calais, says Gillian Thornton. If your idea of the perfect short...

    France’s Sensational Sandscapes

    Julie Lynn explores the beaches of the Silver Coast’ at Biscarosse, between Bordeaux and Biarritz. It takes him a few attempts. And then he’s got it. On a hot afternoon in late July, a paraglider...

    Dog Surfing Competition in Biarritz

    Watch Toutou hang 10 at Europe's first "surf chien" competition in September.

    France’s 10 Best Beaches

    1. La Grande Plage, Biarritz It’s no wonder that Biarritz rhymes with glitz. Souvenirs of its illustrious history remain in the Art Deco and Belle Époque architecture which lines La Grande Plage, its largest, chicest beach....

    Top French Beach Resorts: The Revival of Trouville-sur-Mer in Normandy

    The old haunt of Marcel Proust and Marguerite Duras, this elegant resort town is famed for its spa waters.

    Top 5 Sunniest Places in France

    Looking for a sunshine-filled holiday? Check out our list of top French destinations.

    10 reasons to visit Cherbourg, Normandy

    Where else would you find big sandy beaches, exotic plants and the deepest aquarium in Europe?  1. Prizewinning Parks There are two ‘Jardins Remarquables’ in Cherbourg – Parc Liais on account of its non-indigenous species (including a Japanese azaelea...

    The Tranquil Ile de Ré

    With its mild climate and its indigo sky—writer and painter Eugène Fromentin called it “an Egyptian sky”—you might think the Ile de Ré was a daughter of the Mediterranean. It juts out into the...
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    The Île Saint-Honorat: The French Riviera’s Isle of Sacred Vines

    Due to France’s fierce political secularism, and the headlines that it generates, the country’s Catholicism can be easily overlooked. Yet up to 88 per cent of l’Hexagone’s population still identifies itself as Roman Catholic...