FRENCH RIVIERA

You prefer the mountains ? we do have that. The beach instead ? We do too.
You want medieval villages, but also cultural cities and some sites for exclusive shopping ?
We have the choice. You expect luxury and authenticity at the same time ? you’re at the right place.
Whatever you may want the Rivera has it.

 

PROVENCE

You’ve already traveled within yourself looking at photos of
endless lavender fields, you dreamed in front of these films
which took place in villages with inexhaustible charm, you’ve
salivated in front of this Provencal cuisine and Côtes du Rhône
wines, y
ou pictured yourself on the terrace of a cafe in the small
fishing port of Cassis…
Well reality is even more beautiful.

LANGUEDOC

The “real South” as the French say.
It is true that the Languedoc remains largely spared by mass tourism,
and offers the visitor both a beautiful authenticity and natural, cultural,
or
historical capital among the most important in France.

The medieval city of Carcassonne is obviously the highest point,
but from Nîmes to the templar cities of Larzac, passing by Uzès,
Pézenas, Montpellier or the Pont du Gard, you will be spoilt for choice.

 

PARIS

“There is never any ending to Paris and the memory of each
person who
has lived in it differs from that of any other.
We always returned to it
no matter who we were or how it was
changed or with what difficulties,
or ease, it could be reached.
Paris wasalways worth it and you received
return for whatever
you brought to it. But this is how Paris was in the
early days when
we were very poor and very happy.” – Ernest Hemingway

 

ILE DE FRANCE

The surroundings of Paris abound with cultural nuggets,
the palaces of Versailles, Fontainebleau and Vaux-le-Vicomte,
the fortified city  of Provins, the high places of paintings that
are Barbizon and Auvers-sur-Oise, or the splendid countryside
of Vexin and the Chevreuse valley.

BORDEAUX

The most famous wines of the planet, a city metamorphozed
in the last 20 years, the
oysters of Arcachon, the charm
of historic countryside towns, the softness of the southwest.

PICARDIE

In the north of Paris the Picardie region is known for two of
the most sublime castles in France, Chantilly and Pierrefond,
but also the superb town of Senlis, major religious landmarks
such as the Beauvais cathedral or the Royaumont abbey,
and of course the WW1 sacred lands of the Somme.

NORMANDY

While a part of the family faces History on the beaches,
another will enjoy the charm of Giverny, and everyone
willagree to love the Mont Saint-Michel and the
green countryside of Normandy. There is something

to enjoy for everyone on this land of bocage and villages.

LOIRE VALLEY

The Loire is mainly famous for its sweetness and its countless
castles.
 
All here exudes the tranquility, the sweetness of life,
the beauty of a French valley that was so loved by the kings
of France that the realized there some of the most beautiful
castles and the most sumptuous gardens of Europe.

 

CHAMPAGNE

In the beautiful and gentle hills of Champagne was born
the product that best embodies France and luxury in the world.
Champagne, where the Kings of France were crowned for centuries,
remains the region with sumptuous cellars where treasures sparkle