Small, fun escorted group tours for solo travellers – including wine tasting in Bordeaux and two-centre breaks combining Marrakech and The High Atlas Mountains– are being featured for the first time this autumn by leading singles specialist, Friendship Travel.
This summer is all about cycling and following on from the huge success of the British stages of the Tour de France what could be more apt than a cycling holiday in France.
Indoor or outdoor, winter or summer, holidaymakers are spoilt for choice when it comes to aquatic activities in the mountains of France.
Easy to reach by plane for a short break or by car for longer holidays, the Lot Valley is full of surprises during the summer months.
easyJet has launched two brand new routes from Belfast International Airport tomorrow to Bordeaux and Jersey.
Take the pilgrim trail to Santiago de Compostela on your bike with Camino Ways, the walking and cycling holiday specialist. The Camino de Santiago is not just a walking route and last year, over 12% of those who received their Camino certificate completed the journey by bike.
The 2014 Tour de France will feature more mountain stages than ever before, which promises to make it the most enthralling contest in recent memory, and gives spectators the chance to discover a myriad of mountain magic across three of France's 5 major mountain ranges.
L’Ancienne Poste is a luxurious mountain lodge located in the village of Avajan in the French Pyrenees which is owned and run by Englishman James Dealtry, the first ever non-French national to be employed by the Ski Ecole Francaise.
This Summer, Grand Hotel de Bordeaux & Spa is delighted to announce the much-anticipated return of the 'Night Beach' rooftop bar, located on the seventh floor of the hotel.
With the Cannes Film Festival in full swing (14-25 May) and the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix (23-25 May) just around the corner, the chic Riviera hot-spots of Cannes, Nice and Monaco are shimmering under the spotlight and sunshine this summer.
Electric-assisted mountain bikes are now widely available in the mountain resorts of France, enabling even complete beginners (and the lazy!) to enjoy the thrill of riding in the mountains, without the need for thighs like tree trunks!
The 70th Anniversary of D-Day is clearly the biggest event in Normandy during 2014 but beyond this there is plenty going on during 2014. Delve a little further and there are plenty of other reasons for the British interest in this area. Pierre & Vacances has a range of apartments across Normandy that are ideal for visiting this year’s hidden spots and exciting events.
BKWine recently presented its program for the autumn wine and food tours for 2014. BKWine is a world leading tour operator specialised in wine, food and gourmet travel.
With all the talk of Michael Gove looking to charge parents for taking children out of school during term time, it’s time to take action to avoid the peak holiday prices and opt for a different holiday destination this summer.
For anyone wanting to join the film industry’s elite for the 67th Cannes Film Festival this May, a break with Eurocamp offers the ideal way to get in on the action - with seven nights staying at the outdoor holiday specialist’s nearby Cap Esterel holiday village from just £530 per party.
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