One grape, endless wines.
Close to the Atlantic Ocean, the vineyard of Nantes is the cradle of the famous Muscadet wine and covers the largest wine producing area made from a single variety of grape anywhere in the world.
Enjoy these fruity, refreshing wines.
The best way to discover Montpellier’s wine tradition.
Explore one of the numerous vineyards and wine cellars; during the Estivales, the summer night-time open-air market & wine tasting, or brand simply in a wine bar or a café-terrace... come and taste our south art de vivre!
Magnificent UNESCO buildings in Nancy.
Nancy is famous all over the world for the quality of its magnificent period buildings (Place Stanislas, Place de la Carrière and Place d’Alliance) classed by UNESCO as part of our World Heritage since 1983. Nancy also has a number of superb museums, and monuments built over the centuries, from the Middle Ages to the 20thC, including many fine examples of Art Nouveau.
The Gastronomic Capital of Burgundy.
Burgundy is endowed with remarkable patrimony within an outstanding historical monuments sector, the gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage site: Vineyard Climats of Burgundy, and to the Route des Grands Crus, Dijon has plenty of ways to seduce you.
Nîmes, wines & heritage.
The Costières de Nîmes vineyards that date back to Roman times are among the oldest in Europe, covering 12,000 hectares south of Nîmes. Thanks to their quality, these AOC wines are served in the best restaurants.
Plenty to discover in Brittany.
Did you know you could fly direct to Rennes from London, Manchester, Southampton, Exeter, Dublin and Cork? Discover a lively city at the forefront of contemporary art, music and food with a fascinating mix of eclectic architecture, historical grand squares and glorious gardens.
The UNESCO city of Strasbourg.
With over 2000 years of rich history, Strasbourg, European capital at the crossroads of Latin and Germanic worlds and the 7th largest city in France, boasts a unique cultural and architectural heritage: its entire city centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988.
Enjoy a galette saucisse in Rennes.
Make sure you bow to local tradition and enjoy a galette saucisse (a sausage wrapped in a buckwheat pancake). You can taste it at the festivals, the “marché des Lices” every Saturday, or next to the football stadiums, like the Roazhon Park.
Paris, capital of France and mad about football!
The Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées are all sites that are better known than the Parc des Princes, a famous stadium which has hosted some of the finest moments in French sport since it was built in 1972. After the Stade de France, the Parc des Princes is the second Parisian stadium chosen by UEFA as a Euro 2016 venue.
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