France Holidays 2024/2025

Quaint cafes, bustling bars and world-class cuisine await you in the beautiful country of France. Whether your style is shopping ‘til you drop in luxury boutiques, or watching the world go by with a café au lait in hand, there’s so much culture to soak up in this slice of European heaven.


A Foodie’s Paradise

Throughout the country, France’s villages, towns and cities are filled with tasty restaurants and cafes, as well as family-owned patisseries, boulangeries and greengrocers bursting with fresh produce.

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to buttery pastries in the home of the croissant, and if you want to expand your palette, local delicacies including frogs legs and snails are on the menu.

Wash down your delicious meals with a crisp or full bodied wine, or maybe champagne takes your fancy – you are in France after all! Did you know, France produces more than 7 billion bottles of wine a year? You’re in good hands here when it comes to outstanding alcohol.


  • Nice
  • Paris
  • Art, Monuments and Museums Galore

    When visiting France, exploring the endless monuments, museums and art galleries is a must-do activity. France is home to some of the most famous landmarks in the world, including the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysée.

    Whether you’re an avid art lover or not, taking in the breathtaking paintings and sculptures inside France’s art museums and galleries is a wonderful pastime. Laying your eyes on work by world-renowned artists including Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo is definitely something to brag about to your friends and family.

    Living the High Life

    If you love the finer things in life, you’ll find plenty to impress you here in France. Monaco, a sovereign state on the French Riviera, is a hub for celebrities and royalty and you will find some of the most luxury hotels, holiday homes and yachts here.

    St Tropez is another spot along the French Riviera, west of Nice, that’ll serve you a large helping of luxury. Whether you choose to brush shoulders with high-net-worth mesdames and messieurs or observe from the comfort of a boutique cafe, you’ll feel like you’ve walked onto a Hollywood movie set here.

    Of course, we can’t talk about French luxury without mentioning the world-famous designer brands originating here. Chanel, Dior, Hermès – just a few of the top fashion houses that call France home. 31 Rue Cambon, Paris, home to the first ever boutique bought and opened by Coco Chanel in 1918, is now the brand’s Parisian headquarters.

    The Happiest Place on Earth

    Disneyland Paris is located east of the city of Paris, in Chessy. Since 1992, Brits have been crossing the channel to live out their Disney dreams in the entertainment resort, which is home to two theme parks, resort hotels, Disney Nature Resorts, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex, and a golf course.

    Disneyland Paris is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, so keep a lookout for some special offers and events surrounding the celebration.

    Feel the Sand Between Your Toes

    For a sun-soaked getaway, the south of France is the place to be. All Inclusive luxury getaways come into their own in the French Riviera, and for a relaxed sunshine holiday, Nice has so much to offer.

    Nice’s main strip of beach is a show stopper, stretching all the way from the airport in the west to the marina in the east. A line-up of beach clubs decorate the shoreline, so you’ll have no trouble finding a sunbathing spot and a bite to eat.


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