The French have an endless list of places they can go to on holiday in France. From the secluded coves and quiet villages, all throughout this beautiful country, there is so much variety for everyone’s taste!

Cap Corse, Corsica

Aerial view of Corsican coast with Genoese watch tower on Cap Corse near Farinol. Corsica, France.
Aerial view of Corsican coast with Genoese watch tower on Cap Corse near Farinol. Corsica, France.

What’s not to love about this picturesque region of Corsica? The 25-mile-long peninsula has some serene beaches, winding hiking trails, and small ports on the eastern side where you can enjoy traditional cuisine or take an old salt road towards western villages such as Erbalunga that feel authentic with centuries-old houses & churches. For something more modern but still soulful try Domain Misincu for sleekly luxurious accommodations near one spectacular coast after another!

Doubles from £235 B&B;

Les Alpilles, Provence

View of alpilles natural park in Spring from Les Baux de Provence, France
View of alpilles natural park in Spring from Les Baux de Provence, France

Les Alpilles, is a chain of low limestone mountains dotted with 10 charming villages in Provence. St-Rémy and Les Baux get day trip crowds but Maussane remains unspoiled due to its lack of developed areas; it’s home for Moures which also has an excellent network of walking routes that fan out across the slopes as well as splash-out accommodations at Domaine du Manville (a gorgeously converted farm surrounded by olive groves) where you can enjoy spa treatments while taking breaks from all those beautiful views!

Doubles from £327 room-only;

Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Pyrénées-Atlantiques

Marseille Old Port and Fort Saint-Jean in night.
Marseille Old Port and Fort Saint-Jean in night.

On the lookout for a perfect weekend getaway? You’ve found it. Saint-Jean, France is located between San Sebastián and Biarritz which makes this little town an ideal spot to enjoy some peace without too much travel hassle! With cycling paths flowing into each side of town as well as walking trails around all sides, you will never run out of activities when here on your vacation. If foodie adventures aren’t what caught our eye then take up surfing or sign up at Les Halles – one helluva market full of fresh produce; they even have fish sandwiches that look tasty enough to eat raw!

Doubles from £140;

Cap Ferret, Aquitaine

Claouey | Cap-Ferret | France
Claouey | Cap-Ferret | France

For those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of life, Cap Ferret is an excellent spot. The peninsula offers picturesque fishing villages with boutique shops dotting its coastlines; holiday homes that can be found along these beaches or in more secluded areas like La Maison du Bassin hotel where you’ll find all 11 rooms available for stay – including their delicious restaurant!

Doubles from £130;

Île-de-Bréhat, Brittany

rocky coasline of Ile-de-Brehat island
rocky coasline of Ile-de-Brehat island

Bréhat is a car-free pair of small islands swathed in flowers, shrubs, and exotic plants that flourish due to their warm microclimate. Birdwatchers have more than 120 species for them to spot while walkers can follow the seven-mile hike around its perimeter with excellent views along the route which include over 250 pairs of puffins! The Bellevue hotel sits on one side only 10 minutes walking distance from Guerzido beach where you’ll find some great seafood restaurants too so make sure not to miss out if you are visiting this beautiful destination !!!

Doubles from £93 room-only;

Îles d’Hyères, Côte d’Azur

Superyachts moored on waterfront, St Tropez, Cote d'Azur, France
Superyachts moored on waterfront, St Tropez, Cote d’Azur, France

France is home to some of the most beautiful islands in all of Europe, and this small triangle-shaped group has been attracting French holidaymakers for years. The crystal seas on Porquerolles or Port-Cros are national parks with breathtaking scenery that offer botanical walks along serene beaches – not forgetting an underwater trail at Plage de la Palud right offshore! You’ll find waterfront restaurants where you can indulge in locally caught seafood while enjoying their classic Gallic charm too; if your taste buds crave something more Caribbean style then head over to Auberge Glycines which offers simple but comfortable accommodations within walking distance from everywhere else. There’s plenty going around here so take advantage before it gets crowded.

Doubles from £100 B&B;

Banyuls-sur-Mer, Languedoc Rousillon

Panoramic view of Villefranche sur Mer, French Riviera, France
Panoramic view of the harbor town of Villefranche sur Mer, a coastal resort city on the Mediterranean Sea on the French Riviera, France

Banyuls is a quaint seaside resort that’s still mostly the preserve of the French, with a palm-backed esplanade and long arc beach. The bustling marina offers plenty to keep all ages happy; away from these sandy shores there are winding streets in Cap d’Osne where one can explore alongside three hectares Jardin Mediterranean (Mediterranean Garden). With the Pyrenees within easy reach at hand yet not too far when you’re feeling tired after exploring mountainsides – Bany”n keeps everything nicely balanced between time spent on land or by water while offering outstanding spa treatments right next door!

Doubles from £123 room-only;

Lac du Bourget, Savoie

Lac Blanc Refuge (2352m), Massif du Mont Blanc
Mont Blanc Massif Reflected in Lac Blanc, Graian Alps, France

The French come to Bourget, a small spa town at the southern end of the Jura mountains for many reasons. They can sail and swim in water that shimmers with an unusual beauty – it was voted one place among the fifty best swimmable rivers by the International River Hydrogen Foundation- but there’s more than just aesthetics when you’re near this area! Wine tasting is also popular: some even stay here after getting married or having children because they know how beautiful life will be on these shores always waiting outside any door leading back home again.

Doubles from £84 room-only;

Baie de Somme, Hauts-de-France

Trees and cloudscape on water reflection, Saint-Valery_sur_Somme, France
Trees and cloudscape on water reflection, Saint-Valery_sur_Somme, France

If you are looking for a calm, peaceful location to spend your vacation time in France then the beaches of Saint-Valery should be at top priority. With its stunning views and wonderful amenities like spas that offer various types of hot tubs or pools with therapeutic treatments, this is one place where everyone can enjoy themselves!

Doubles from £159 room-only;

Colmar, Alsace-Lorraine

Colorful traditional french houses and shops in Colmar, Alsace,
Colorful traditional french houses on the side of river Lauch in Petite Venise, Colmar, Alsace, France

French tourists are crazy about visiting Alsace, a region in France where they can go wine tasting or take picturesque towns lined with half-timbered houses and lush landscapes. Colmar makes an excellent base camp for exploring the area because it has both modern amenities like skyscrapers as well old world charm including canal side walks filled will cafes & shops dating back centuries ago! For top-notch food head over to “The Maison des Têtes,” which was recently awarded two Michelin stars; Its elegant décor will delight even those who aren’t usually fans of this type of style.

Doubles from £209 B&B;