La Rochelle, the unknown of the Atlantic coast

La Rochelle, the unknown of the Atlantic coast

07/12/2016 - Discover France

The French Atlantic coast is nearly 2,400 kilometers long. This area is home to several hundred municipalities, including popular seaside resorts such as Arcachon, Biarritz, Biscarrosse, La Baule, Les Sables-d'Olonne, Saint-Jean-de-Monts and much more, not to mention islands such as Noirmoutier,...

 The Cap d’Agde: a special tourism

The Cap d’Agde: a special tourism

07/12/2016 - Discover France

Cap d’Agde is a Mediterranean seaside resort. It was built in 1970 as part of a project to develop the coastline of Languedoc Roussillon, and today it is one of the most popular places for tourists, fond of naturism. Indeed, the Cap d’Agde is distinguished from all the French tourist destinations...

The West Indies: a distant destination, but easily accessible from Paris

The West Indies: a distant destination, but easily accessible from Paris

07/12/2016 - Discover France

In 1492, it took Christopher Columbus 3 months to reach the Caribbean from Spain. Even today, reaching the Caribbean by sea takes several weeks. All this to say how far this destination is from Europe. But contrary to preconceived ideas, the West Indies are easily accessible from Paris and...

Annecy, the Venice of the Alps

Annecy, the Venice of the Alps

07/12/2016 - Discover France

Annecy is a commune of the department of Haute-Savoie, of which it is the chief town. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the mountain ranges of the Northern Pre-Alps, a few kilometers from Mont-Blanc, but it is best known for its lake where it is good to walk by boat or pedalo, hence the...