We've been offering unique holidays to every corner of France for over 30 years. To keep things fresh, we add new holidays to our offering every year. As you would expect, we occasionally remove a holiday from our portfolio, this could be because of a change to a favourite hotel, or simply a region goes out of favour with holiday-makers. This page details many of the holidays we no longer offer. However, if there is a particular holiday you're especially interested in, feel free to send our team a message, and we'll help you make the most of your next French adventure.
22 Matching Holidays
Véloscenie - Alençon to Mont St Michel
The second stage of the Véloscenie; a taste of Normandy between Alençon and Mont St Michel
For a real taste of Normandy: this is calvados and camembert country, the second stage of the Véloscenie can be combined with the first stage or it can stand alone as a wonderful short cycling break. The route starting in Alençon, the capital...
Véloscenie - Paris to Alençon
The first stage of the Véloscenie; a spectacular cycling route between Paris and Normandy
Discover the real beauty of a hidden France; starting in the Prestigious city of Paris with the grandeur of Versailles, travel West by bike through the rural and changing landscape on this newly developed major cycling route. Also known as...
A Gourmet walk in the Mâconnais
A Beautiful landscape that lends itself to walking, history, culture and wine!
The Mâconnais is a wine growing region with a southern accent where rolling landscapes are alternated with monumental cliffs. A highlight is to walk to one of the great places of pilgrimage – Cluny. In this wonderful...
Hiking around Mont St Odile
Major sites of Alsace history around the Mont Sainte-Odile
From the picturesque city of Barr, this three day hike around the Mont Sainte Odile will take you from castle to castle on a big sandstone mountain with ever changing terrain, fantastic rocks and forests. The mountain and its surroundings contain...
Provence Wine Trails - Châteauneuf du Pape
Easy walking through stunning vineyards
Châteauneuf du Pape is southern France’s most prestigious wine village: a small village of only 2000 people. Grapes have been grown here for 700 years and the best way to discover these vineyards is by foot, strolling between the gnarled vines...
Via Rhona by Bike
Cycle the Rhone Valley and bear witness to the Rhone’s wild side amongst a variety of landscapes
From Vienne, once an ancient capital of Roman Gaul, to the nature reserve of L’île au Beurre, via steeply terraced vineyards including the prestigious Côte-Rôtie, this beautiful stage of the 'Via Rhona' cycle route will delight those interested in...
Mont St Michel Walk
Walk around this famous UNESCO World Heritage site
There are great churches and great abbeys across the whole of Europe, but Mont St Michel, between Normandy and Brittany, is in a league of its own. Starting from Coutances, followed by the seaside resort of Granville with a possible visit to the...
Family walking with a donkey in the Ardèche
Ramble off the beaten track in the Rhone Valley with your friendly donkey.
For a unique family experience we present a leisurely walk discovering the beautiful landscapes of the Ardèche, all in the company of a friendly a donkey. You follow ancient mule tracks at the gentle rhythm of your four...
Luxury Sparkling Champagne Walk
Bubbly sensations, luxury hotels and gourmet dining
Drinking Champagne in Epernay is like listening to Mozart in Salzburg. Walk through leafy vineyards and lush woodland on this luxurious holiday, where you’ll enjoy charming accommodation and fine cuisine. 5 Champagne tours and tastings en...
Prestige Emerald Coast Cycling
Quiet coves, elegant seaside towns and Belle Epoque hotels
Featured in the Telegraph's 10 best cycling holidays for 2016, this easy cycle takes in the beautiful Brittany coastline and verdant countryside, following and criss-crossing the River Rance. Visit Belle Epoque towns and bustling fishing...
Wild herbs and lavender
An easy-going tour that soaks up the Provençal atmosphere, this holiday offers plenty of time for sight-seeing. Explore historic towns and meandering canals as you admire the pretty scenery of this splendid region. This holiday is best...
Morbihan Islands Walk
A dreamy mélange of sea, sky and islands in South Brittany
The Gulf of Morbihan features a scattering of islands waiting to be discovered, the two largest being the Ile aux Moines and Ile d’Arz. The cross-shaped Ile aux Moines offers scenic walks around its 4-mile coastline, while Arz...
Picardy Pastures: Land of Battles and Cathedrals
Delve into the history of the medieval city of Laon and walk in the footsteps of the soldiers of the First World War
This centenary walk through the Picardy countryside takes you to some of the most poignant sites of World War I, enabling you to explore destroyed villages, visit the fascinating Dragon’s Lair and walk in the footsteps of the soldiers...
Châteaux, Gardens & Abbeys
Walk along the splendid River Loire from Tours to Saumur
A moderate walk from the regional capital of Tours to the fascinating riverside town of Saumur taking in some of the best loved châteaux and gardens. Visit the Royal Abbey, set in the heart of the beautiful forest of...
Châteaux of the Charente
Country lanes and a rolling landscape of rivers and lakes – a cyclist's paradise!
Local folklore has it that when God finished his work creating the magnificent châteaux in the Loire, he set to work sprinkling this region with many smaller castles. This moderate cycle explores a stunning countryside of vineyards, nodding...
Loire Family Discovery
Gentle cycling and activities to suit all the family
The Loire is the perfect region for a family activity holiday: quiet country lanes and shady woodland routes make for gentle cycling for all ages and abilities. We've allowed plenty of time to visit the suggested family attractions and still make it...
Stevenson Trail - Stage 2
Follow in Robert Louis Stevenson's footsteps across the wild Auvergne
This section of the walk, taken by Stevenson and Modestine, passes through ever-changing landscapes of lush woodlands, plunging valleys and boulder-strewn plains. A must for literature lovers and those with a sense of adventure.
A Week in Provence
Quiet roads and magnificent hilltop villages
This moderate cycling introduces the Provence of Peter Mayle's novels. Discover the beautiful, diverse landscape of the Luberon with the cypress dotted plains of Saint Rémy and the brightly coloured village of Roussillon.
Stevenson Trail - Stage 1
In the footsteps of one man and his donkey
In 1878, Robert Louis Stevenson published 'Travels with a Donkey', an account of his intriguing journey accompanied by his donkey, Modestine. Starting at the southern end of the Massif Central, this walk takes you across the Cevennes...
Volcanoes of the Auvergne
Wooded hills and lunar lakes
The dramatic landscape of the Auvergne is full of contrasts: barren yet lush, rolling yet rocky. You’ll be walking on a whole range of surfaces, from narrow woodland tracks to country lanes.
The old Ardèche steam train trail: the ‘Dolce Via’
This moderate route is the perfect way to explore the dramatic vistas and charming villages of the Ardèche. Running along former railway lines and deep into the heart of the region, the steam train trail offers a leisurely exploration of...
The White Villages of Andalucia
Following the ancient trading route between Cordoba and Granada, through the heart of some of the most beautiful Andalucian scenery.
When the Moors ruled Southern Spain, this route linked some of the most important trading cities of the time. These towns are still steeped in Moorish history and boast monuments such as the mesmerising Mezquita, the Great Mosque of Cordoba –...