More French people are planning to take that vacation this season. Whether you’re thinking about embarking on a luxurious city break or just spending a fun family-holiday on the beach, France offers a host of exotic options this summer.
It’s certainly not news that travelers flock to Normandy for the summer. There’s something to suit all tastes. Spend the day exploring the Overlord Museum that will leave you desperate to come back for more. Traveling clans will want to spend some time at Monet’s Garden. However, who cares if there is no beach in Normandy? Liven things up a little in Cabourg or head to the Îles Chausey, which is a genuinely beautiful place.
To keep cool in the blazing heat, take a dip in St Pair-sur-Mer, Jullouville or in Carolles-Plage. These are all located in the south of Granville, Normandy. Besides, there are many hotels offering water sports and activities for those after an adrenaline rush. So pack your bags and hit the road to visit one of these great French summer escapes.
Looking to venture somewhere a bit different this summer? Go to Val d’Isère that is a summer family trip dream. The destination is famous for its water sports, its archery and badminton sport, not to mention it has a large number of bars and restaurants. Val d’Isère also offers travelers many other great selection of activities including, golf, biking, climbing and glacier walking.
For the full French experience, be sure to include these sites on your travel itinerary: the Museum of history of the Val d’Isère region, the Zoe Kronberger Artist and the Maison de Val. Furthermore, Val d’isère boasts some of the most stylish hotels in France such as the Tsanteleina hotel, one of the most beautiful hotel 4 stars in Val d’Isère.
Summer in Paris is on everyone’s dream list. Whether you want to spend your trip on Paris’s beaches or in the mountains, there are many options to choose from. Maybe your kids would be happy to stick to the beach for round-the-clock activities. You can visit the blissful Plage de L’Isle-Adam and the Paris Plages where you really can get the best of the city. Also, the city has dramatic mountains and outstanding views, making it a truly once-in-a-lifetime holiday destination. Apart from that, if you want to go out and explore local cultures, immerse yourself in the City of Light. The Louvre Museum, the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée des Arts et Métiers are not to be missed.
Commonly known as the world’s best wine-producing region, you certainly won’t be short of things to see and do in Provence. You can fill up on food and wine. Spend a day tasting delicious cuisines of the French people like the Pissaladiere pizza and the Daube Provençale. Try a Bandol Rosé with a homemade easy cheesy bite. All in all, with gourmet food and a world of wines to explore, the perfect summer holiday is guaranteed. On the other hand, whether you prefer to sit on a sun lounger and laze on a beach with a good book, the region caters to a wide range of holiday types. On top of that, you should explore the Normandy beaches in order to learn more about the history of D–Day during World War II.