From the wild Atlantic Coast to the impressive Alps, from the sunny Côte d’Azur to the beaches of Normandy, France offers various topics to cover various interests.

If you choose an active tour you will explore the customs paths hiking along the Brittany coastline of the Channel, discover great gorges like Gorges du Verdon or the lovely landscape of the Jura Mountains in the Franche-Comté.
The luxurious castles along the Loire are best to be explored on a biking tour as well as the vastness of the Provence with its wild horses, flamingos and bull fighting traditions. In a bull-manade you can watch local “cowboys” (gardians) at their daily work followed by a traditional dinner of the gardians. And why not follow the route of the Tour de France crossing the passes of the French Alps.

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Val Thorens, Le Trois Vallées, Les 2 Alpes are only few of the vast ski areas inviting you to draw your traces in the snow of the French Alps. With snow guaranteed, extensive slopes and modern ski lifts, the ski resorts offer an unforgettable experience to every ski and snowboard enthusiast.

On a gourmet culinary tour you will discover France’s extraordinary age-old heritage which has never ceased to be refined by countless passionate chefs.
Every single region invites the visitor to get to know its specialities in a cheerful and homely atmosphere, from the world famous wines to the internationally known cheeses, the Bresse chicken, the Boeuf Bourginon, the truffles of the Auvergne or the oysters of Brittany and the many more culinary treats awaiting to be discovered. Discovering the French way of life in the company of French food producers on local markets is an experience not to be missed.

Many centres of pilgrimage and starting points of the St. James’s Way, among which Paris, Vezelay, Le Puy-en-Velay and Arles are spread all over France. Be it the cathedrals in Northern France, tne monasteries of Burgundy, the tomb of St. Bernadette in Nevers, or the Holy Town of Le-Puy-en-Velay, where pilgrims from Eastern France and Germany gathered in medieval times, everywhere one can find deep traces of Christian faith. From medieval times numerous relics and icons of saints have been worshipped and preserved their importance in the Catholic Church. Lourdes, one of the most important places of pilgrimage, by its atmosphere even today fascinates thousands of Christians coming for prayer or seeking salvation. On a pilgrimage lead by a priest, masses and worship services can be held at every station.