Romantic Summer season in France

Summer is a wonderful time to visit France and discover its beautiful landscapes and rich culture. As the temperatures are high and nature wonderful, it is time to visit more confidential places to enjoy your summer holidays in France.

Discover below six travel inspirations to discover France during this sunny season:


Alsace, the beautiful region in eastern France, is a real gem worth exploring during the summer season. With its picturesque landscapes, charming villages and rich culture, Alsace offers an unforgettable travel experience. 

Strasbourg, the capital of Alsace, is an ideal starting point for discovering the region. Its famous Gothic cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a stunning architectural masterpiece. Stroll through the cobbled streets of the historic Petite France district, visit the European Parliament and take a cruise on the River Ill to admire the city from the water.

From here, explore the Alsace Wine Route, which winds through green hills and picturesque vineyards. This route takes you through charming villages such as Colmar, Riquewihr, Eguisheim and Ribeauvillé, where you can taste fine wines and soak up the authentic atmosphere of Alsace.

Alsace is also renowned for its delicious gastronomy. Don’t miss out on local specialties such as sauerkraut, flammekueche and pretzels. Traditional Alsatian markets are the ideal place to discover local products, such as cheeses, sausages and pastries.

For history buffs, the region is full of treasures to explore. The Château du Haut-Koenigsbourg, perched on a hill, offers panoramic views over the valley and immerses you in the medieval world. 

Finally, for nature lovers, Alsace offers a wealth of hiking trails through the Vosges mountains. Set off on an adventure on foot or by bike and discover breathtaking landscapes, waterfalls and enchanting lakes.

Whether you’re a lover of history, wine, gastronomy or nature, Alsace is sure to seduce you. 

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Brittany, the coastal region to the west of France, is the destination of choice for an unforgettable summer holiday. With its wild landscapes, magnificent beaches and rich culture, Brittany offers a unique experience. 

Start your trip in the towns of Cancale, Saint-Malo and Dinard, 3 beautiful cities on the English Channel, steeped in history, where you can sample seafood, the famous Breton crêpes and swim in the tidal pools. Here, stroll through the picturesque lanes, admire the fortifications and soak up the maritime atmosphere.

Next, explore the Breton coast, renowned for its spectacular scenery. The famous cliffs of Pointe du Raz offer breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, while the Côte de Granit Rose seduces with its strangely shaped pink granite rocks. Take advantage of the fine sandy beaches of the Baie de Quiberon or the Presqu’île de Crozon to relax and swim.

Brittany is also famous for its picturesque islands. The island of Bréhat, nicknamed “l’île aux fleurs”, is a veritable heaven of peace, with its lush gardens and magnificent coastal paths. The Glénan archipelago, with its turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, is ideal for scuba diving and sailing. And Belle-île-en-mer the biggest island of Brittany hidden in the Morbihan as a true natural paradise.

Culture lovers will not be left out in Brittany. Visit the medieval town of Dinan, with its half-timbered houses and well-preserved ramparts. Explore the Carnac alignments, a fascinating archaeological site featuring thousands of menhirs.

Whether you’re passionate about nature, culture, gastronomy or simply in search of tranquillity, Brittany is sure to seduce you. 

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The Périgord, a magnificent region in southwest France, is an ideal destination for a summer trip filled with adventure and discovery. With its verdant landscapes, rich historical heritage and renowned gastronomy, the Périgord offers a unique experience. Here are a few suggestions for an unforgettable summer holiday in this region.

Start your trip in Périgueux, the capital of the Périgord region. Stroll through its preserved historic center, discover its picturesque alleyways and admire the majestic Saint-Front cathedral. Explore the lively market where you can sample local produce such as foie gras, truffles and local wines.

Don’t miss a visit to the many castles that dot the Périgord landscape. Château de Beynac, perched on a cliff overlooking the Dordogne, offers a breathtaking view of the valley. Château de Castelnaud, meanwhile, houses an impressive museum of warfare in the Middle Ages. These castles bear witness to the fascinating history of the region and transport you to another time.

Périgord is also famous for its prehistoric caves. The Lascaux caves, famous for cave paintings dating back over 17,000 years, are a must-see for archaeology enthusiasts. You can also visit the Font-de-Gaume or Rouffignac caves to discover further evidence of prehistory.

Gastronomy is a mainstay of Périgord, and you can’t leave the region without savoring its specialties. Try foie gras, duck confit, ceps and truffles, the jewels of local cuisine. Be sure to visit the local markets to discover the region’s fresh, authentic produce.

Finally, take advantage of Périgord’s magnificent natural landscapes. Explore the verdant valleys of the Dordogne and Vézère rivers by canoe or kayak, or opt for a peaceful trip on a traditional boat. Hiking trails let you discover the region’s rolling landscapes, lush forests and charming villages. The region’s magnificent gardens, such as Eyrignac and Marqueyssac, are a must-see for nature lovers.

Whether you’re passionate about history, gastronomy, nature or simply looking for peace and quiet, Périgord is sure to seduce you. 

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The French Alps, with their majestic peaks, crystal-clear lakes and picturesque villages, offer the ideal backdrop for an unforgettable summer holiday. Chamonix and Annecy are two of the region’s jewels, distinguished by their beauty and varied activities. Here are a few suggestions for exploring these unique destinations on your summer trip.

Chamonix, the famous ski resort at the foot of Mont Blanc. In summer, this Alpine town transforms into a veritable paradise for outdoor sports enthusiasts. Hiking, climbing, mountain biking and paragliding are just some of the activities that await you. Don’t miss the cable car ascent of the Aiguille du Midi, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding snow-capped peaks and glaciers. The hike to Lac Blanc and Lacs Cheserys is a must, offering unique panoramic views.

Annecy, a picturesque town nestling on the shores of the lake of the same name. Nicknamed the “Venice of the Alps“, Annecy is famous for its sparkling blue lake and medieval historic center. Stroll along the canals, discover the Château d’Annecy and stroll through the colorful streets of the old town.

Enjoy a cruise on the lake to admire the surrounding Alpine scenery, or take a canoe or paddle to explore the lake and its treasures, and take time to relax by the water’s edge and refresh yourself in the lake’s emerald waters.

Finally, don’t leave the region without sampling the delicious Savoyard gastronomy. Fondue, raclette, tartiflette and tarte aux myrtilles are just some of the culinary specialties not to be missed in the French Alps. 

The French Alps, with destinations like Chamonix and Annecy, promise a memorable summer trip. 

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The Loire Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-see region for a summer trip rich in discovery and wonder. Nestled in the heart of France, this valley is famous for its majestic châteaux, renowned vineyards and enchanting landscapes.

Start your journey in the historic city of Tours, the ideal gateway for exploring the Loire Valley. Stroll along the banks of the Loire and discover Place Plumereau, with its half-timbered houses and lively terraces. Visit Saint-Gatien Cathedral and stroll through the lively streets of old Tours.

The Loire Valley is world-famous for its sumptuous châteaux. Be sure to visit the must-see Château de Chambord, the largest and most famous of them all, with its impressive architecture and sumptuous gardens. The Château de Chenonceau, nicknamed the “Château des Dames”, is a jewel of grace and elegance, built on the Cher River. Château de Blois and Château d’Amboise are also remarkable historic sites to discover.

The Loire Valley is also renowned for its winemaking tradition. Take advantage of your stay to visit the region’s vineyards and taste the local wines: Sauvignon blanc, Vouvray and more. Don’t miss a visit to the troglodyte cellars, where wines are aged in underground caves, creating a unique atmosphere.

Nature lovers will also be delighted in the Loire Valley. The region offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities such as cycling along the voie verte, traditional boat trips on the Loire, canoeing and hot-air ballooning over the châteaux.

Finally, don’t leave the region without sampling the delicious local cuisine. Try regional specialties such as rillons, rillettes, Loire fish and, of course, famous goat cheeses such as Sainte-Maure-de-Touraine.

Whether you’re a couple, a family with children or a group of friends, the Loire Valley promises an exceptional summer trip.

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Provence, the sunny region in the south of France, is the ideal destination for a summer trip steeped in charm and authenticity. With its lavender fields, picturesque villages and rich history, Provence offers an enchanting experience that’s sure to win you over.

Start your journey in the medieval city of Avignon, with its remarkable historical heritage, famous bridge, theater festival and friendly atmosphere. Start your trip with a visit to the Palais des Papes, one of the city’s most emblematic monuments and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the local gastronomy at La Mirande and enjoy a seasonal cooking class in the South of France.

Don’t forget to visit the hilltop villages for which Provence is famous. Gordes, Roussillon, Bonnieux and Lourmarin are among France’s most beautiful villages, with their stone houses, cobbled streets and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Lose yourself in these picturesque villages and soak up the warm, peaceful atmosphere of Provence.

Provençal gastronomy is a real treat for the taste buds. Taste delicious regional specialties such as nougat, tapenade, aïoli and calissons. Pair your meals with the region’s famous wines, such as Côtes du Rhône, Gigondas, Château Neuf du Pape and Côtes de Provence.

Provence also offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. Enjoy hiking trails in the Verdon regional nature park or in the Alpilles, or opt for a bike ride through vineyards and lavender fields. Provencal markets, with their artisanal products and local flavors, are also a must-see.

Don’t hesitate to discover hidden nuggets such as the gorges du Toulourenc, to be explored with a nature guide, the dentelles de Montmirailles, an exceptional place for climbers, or the impressive Gorges de la Nesque.

Whether you’re passionate about nature, art, gastronomy or simply looking to relax and enjoy the good life, Provence will enchant you.

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