Types of Travel in France

Trekking in France

If you have a penchant for trekking, then do not deceive yourself for trips to France. Here, for example, you have the opportunity to take a trekking trip around Western Europe’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc, which measures more than 4,800 meters in height. Enjoy the idyllic pastures, waterfalls, and the mountain that reigns majestically in the landscape.

Art course in France

Do you want to unfold your creative abilities or need renewed inspiration? Then you get ample opportunity for it with our art courses on trips to France. For example, visit Villa le Rêve, which is Matisse’s old studio. Here you can explore and find inspiration throughout the history, charm and atmosphere of the place.

Cities to experience France


It is impossible not to mention the enchanting capital, Paris, when the talk falls on travel to France. The city offers a wealth of cultural experiences that will take even the most persistent traveler several days to explore.

If you drop by the city on your holiday in France, do not deceive yourself to visit one of the many local bakeries, where you can enjoy a croissant and coffee in French style while watching the city wake up.


If you visit the French Riviera on trips to France, then do not miss Nice, which is a true Mediterranean paradise with its long white sandy beaches.

If you choose to stay in Nice on your trip to France, you can easily explore the surrounding cities such as Cannes, Antibes and the state of Monaco by public transport. If there is time in the day program, take a trip to the small charming town of Menton, which is right up against the Italian border.


The small village of Buoux is located in the heart of the Luberon Nature Park in Provence. Due to the city’s geographical location, it has had a crucial historical military significance. Most of the houses in the town can be dated back to the middle or end of the 17th century.

On trips to France in Buoux, you will therefore also find a number of historical gems. In the city you will find, among other things, the prehistoric Buoux Fort, which is more than 3,000 years old. The city is also a true paradise for climbing enthusiasts as it is surrounded by cliffs and caves.

Isle sur la Sorgue

If the trip to Provence is on trips to France, then the city of Isle sur la Sorgue is worth a visit. The medieval town is located at the foot of the Plateau de Vaucluse, and is permeated by the Sorgue river, making it a true canal town.

Isle sur la Sorgue is known for its many antique shops and markets. If you arrive in the city well in advance, then you can go hunting among the many French antiques and fine French ingredients.

Les Contamines

Les Contamines is a true gem for ski sports enthusiasts, but the city can do so much more than that. Located safely in the Montjoie Valley, Les Contamines is particularly known for producing the finest cheeses you can buy in the many local cheese shops on trips to France.

Unlike many other ski towns in the French Alps, the town has not been taken over by large concrete buildings. All the houses are instead covered with wood, and on trips to France you therefore still get the experience of a classic small French alpine town.


Cancale is a picturesque fishing village in Provence, which is especially known among Frenchmen and foodies for their oysters. The fishermen of the town have been growing oysters for centuries, and the best you will find near the port of La Houle on trips to France.

The fishing town, however, offers not only oysters, but also fantastic coastlines. If you go west along the beaches on trips to France, you can get a good view of the monastery of Mont-Saint-Michel, which most of all looks like something taken out of an adventure.

Questions from the travelers

Do I have to speak French to visit France?

No, you do not have to. If you are in the larger cities, such as Paris, it will be possible to find French people who speak fluent English. If, on the other hand, your France travels to the country’s smaller villages, then you may need to arm yourself with a little patience and a good phrasebook.

How High is Mont Blanc?

Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in Western Europe with an altitude of 4,810 meters and is a completely exceptional experience that you must not miss when traveling to France.

Does it require any specific skills to go on a trekking trip?

On all our trips to France, we have indicated the degree of difficulty of the trekking or hiking trip – you can read more about them here . That way, it’s easier for yourself to judge if it fits with your preferences and skills. If you are in doubt, you are always welcome to contact us .

Can you explore Mont Saint Michel on your own?

Yes, you can easily explore Mont Saint Michel on your own on trips to France, but be careful not to go too far away from the monastery if the tide has receded. If you get too far out, there may be quicksand that you may be stuck in and need to be rescued from.

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