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Why Visit France?

France is one of the most romantic and idealised countries in the world ... so it's no surprise that it's also one of the most visited! Class, integrity, and timeless beauty runs deep in the veins of France's fairy-tale landscapes, legendary cuisine and world-famous winemaking culture. There is something here for everyone, from the gorgeous sandy beaches of the Côte d’Azur to the pristine snowy peaks of the Alps and the Pyrenees. Visitors new and old can take enormous pleasure in exploring the best of France’s romantic cities, getting lost in charming medieval villages and venturing out into the endless miles of gorgeous countryside and rolling vineyards.

'Fine' is a word that's irrevocably linked with French culture. France is full of fine art,, fine food, fine wines and high fashion. There is an abundance of excellent food and wine tours in France that will give you a deeper insight and an immersive experience as you taste your way around some of the world's most famous and impressive wine regions such as Champagne, Burgundy, Provence, Languedoc-Roussillon and the Loire Valley. For those who want to explore a little more on their vineyard holidays to L’Hexagone - the nickname given to France by the French - why not consider a visit to Cahors, the birthplace of Malbec, or the breath-taking Rhone Valley, one of the world's most ancient and prolific wine regions. If you are seeking the best of both worlds, capital of the wine world Bordeaux offers cosmopolitan comfort and glamour just a stone's throw from some of the world's most famous winemaking regions, from Pomerol to Margaux - a true Mecca for lovers of food, wine and good times!

Resplendent with historical monuments and world-renowned landmarks, teeming with wine experiences and new adventures around every corner, France offers wine holiday-makers the perfect escape. 

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