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Le Bassin d'Arcachon

(County of Gironde 33)

The Arcachon Basin is an immense lagoon (155 km2) which opens out onto the Atlantic Ocean. There are lots of interesting sites to see in this region, such as the Dune du Pyla, the largest sand dune in Europe which is 103 meters high. The view from the top is well worth the climb, with an ocean of green landscape on one side, waves and marine colours on the other. Along with the Cap Ferret lighthouse, the great Dune offers the best panoramic view of the Basin. Other interesting places to visit in the area include the Île aux Oiseaux, which, as its name suggests, is an bird sanctuary placed on an island. This mysterious island at the centre of the Basin is maintained by the famous Cabanes Tchanquées. The Arcachon Basin is also famous for its oyster farming which characterises the life and soul of the region.


La Corse

(départements de la Haute-Corse 2B , de la Corse du Sud 2A)

The island of Corsica is surrounded by 1 047 kilometres of coastline. Its diverse landscape, rich history and warm climate make it a very inviting place to visit. Sandy beaches with clear blue-green water stretch all along the coastline. It is easy to see how Corsica was given the title of "île de Beauté" or Island of Beauty. The most beautiful beaches are mainly concentrated in the South-East part of the island, between Bonifacio and Porto-Vecchio. Corsican gastronomy has made its name through the legendary cheese, the Brocciu. It is also famous for its cured meats such as Coppa, Lonzu or Figatellu sausages.

 

La Côte d'Opale

 (département du Pas-de-Calais 62)

100 000 years ago, the Côte d'Opale didn't exist. In its place there was a vast channel allowing boats to cross from the North Sea to the English Channel. Now the sea has advanced to the level of the Baie de Somme (Somme Bay). The different seaside resorts in the area attract holiday makers and offer a variety of sports and leisure activities : sailing, golf, tennis, kite flying... You may also like to try out the sandy beaches of Bray-Dunes at Mer-les-Bains. The different seaside resorts in the area attract holiday makers and offer a variety of sports and leisure activities : sailing, golf, tennis, kite flying... You may also like to try out the sandy beaches of Bray-Dunes at Mer-les-Bains.

 

La Normandie

(départements du Calvados 14, de la Manche 50, de l'Orne 61, de l'Eure 27, de la Seine-Maritime 76.)

Tourism in Normandy first began with the Parisians in the 19th century. Artists and "Men of Society" discovered the benefits of bathing in the sea and created the first holiday resorts in this area. Monet, Sisley, Renoir, and Cézanne all visited the "flowered coasts" from Deauville to Cabourg, and as a result Normandy became a fashionable Parisian resort. Thanks to the Normandy motorway, holiday resorts such as Honfleur, Cabourg, and Deauville..., are now easily accessible for those who live in the capital. Don't visit Normandy without admiring the Etretat. Situated in Caux, between Le Hâvre and Fécamp, the sea resort of Etretat is famous for its impressive cliffs.

 

La Bretagne

(départements des Côte-d'Armor 22, Finistère 29, Ille-et-Vilaine 35, Morbihan 56)

Brittany is a French region quite distinguished from all others. Its cultural identity has been protected through a language and traditions unique to the area. Its Celtic history and legends have been preserved. The architecture is also charming: houses are white with coloured shutters, or built of red shale or pink granite stone. The roofs are either made of slate or thatched. Follow the steps of the Knights of the Round Table, or delve into the Brocéliande Forest in search of Merlin's tomb, Vivianne the fairy, or the Barenton Fountain. The region is famous for its pancakes made in the traditional style : either wheat pancakes (from the West of the peninsula), or buck wheat pancakes (from the Gallo region), to be consumed with a glass of local sweet or dry cider.

 

La Camargue

(département du Gard 30)

Camargue is enclosed by the Mediterranean Sea and the Rhone. Holiday makers will find what they need to temper their needs for sea ,sun and leisure in these wild plains occupied by bulls, pink flemishes and horses. Long beaches made of thin sand and harbours offer a large variety of sportive and cultural activities such as water skiing, tennis, golf, cinema, festivals or exhibitions. All this is available in the resorts of the Grau du Roi, la Grande Motte, Port Camargue and Pallavas les Flots. Les Saintes Maries de la Mer represents the fervor of faith of Gipsy people on their pilgrimage devoted to Saint Sarah.

 

La Côte Basque - Landaise

(département des Pyrénées-Atlantiques 64, des Landes 40.)

Located at the Basque Country, between sea and mountains, between France and Spain, the Basque coast carries the scar of the elements. fury. It streches out on more than a hundred kilometers between Bayonne and Bilbao. From the estuary of Adour to Biarritz we find a low and straight coast made of sand, beaches and dunes, which remind us of the Landaise coastal. Beaches of the Basque Coast offer vast infrastructure (lawn, game areas for children, walks.) permitting tourists to come all year long. Bathing here is always enjoyable and the waves will satisfy any surfer's needs.

 

 

Le Pays de la Loire

(départements de Loire-Atlantique 44, Maine-et-Loire 49 , Mayenne 53, Sarthe 72, Vendée 85.)


This is a region famous for its seaside resorts, beaches and fishing ports... The Baule beach is said to be the most beautiful beach in Europe (9 kilometres worth of fine white sand), other beaches in the area include the Croisic, the Pouliguen and the Pornichet, all of which provide an ideal location for holidays or weekend breaks on the Atlantic coast. Saint-Jean-de-Monts is well worth a visit, its sandy beach stretching out on 8 kilometres, 750 hectares of maritime pineland, as well as the Sables d'Olonne. Finally, the islands of Ré, Noirmoutier and Yeu are also charming sites to visit. Activities such as golf, sailing and health spa centres are readily available in the area.

 

La Côte d'Azur

(départements des Alpes-Maritimes 06, des Bouches du Rhône 13, du Var 83, Monaco 98.)

The famous rocky coast of the Côte d'Azur stretches out between Marseille and Italy with its clear blue Mediterranean Sea. From Saint-Tropez to Menton, including Cannes, Nice, Antibes and Monaco the Côte d'Azur is famous for its prestigious resorts and luxury lifestyle. Enjoy the beautiful Mediterranean coastline and sea air with a stroll along the Croisette in Cannes, or the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. If you prefer sandy or pebbled beaches, you will find both available, and for those enticed by more natural or preserved beaches, opt for the Varoise coast and explore the Esterel.

 

Le Roussillon

(départements de l'Aude 11 , Gard 30, Hérault 34 , Lozère 48, Pyrénées-Orientales 66.)

Situated on the Mediterranean coast, the Languedoc-Roussillon region benefits from the highest average summer month temperatures recorded in the whole of France. The landscape is varied : beaches, lagoons, vineyards, scrubland ... With the Camargue, the Lozère, the wolves of Gévaudan and the dinosaur park there is something for everyone to enjoy. The wonderful city of Aigues-Mortes, built under the orders of Saint-Louis and situated at the heart of the Petit Camargue, was the port of departure for the French crusades. You will find this incredible site mentioned in any tourist guide... Don't forget to visit the Pont du Gard (275 meters long, 48 meters high), a remarkable monument.

 

 

Le Poitou-Charentes

(départements de la Charente 16, Charente-Maritime 17 17, Deux-Sèvres 79, Vienne 86.)

poitou-Charentes enjoys a micro climate and is held to be the sunniest region in the West of France. It is also famous for its rich cultural heritage. Don't miss out on a trip to the famous Marais Poitevin, also known as "la Venise Verte", which unites Poitou with Vendée. Another unforgettable site is of course, Futuroscope, the cyber city

 

La Picardie

(départements de l'Aisne 02, de l' Oise 60, de la Somme 80)

The main focus of Picardie is the ocean, due to it.s geographical positioning, as it opens out to the English Channel through the bay of Somme. The main focus of Picardie is the ocean, due to its geographical positioning, as it opens out to the English Channel through the Bay of Somme. This region is rich in cultural treasures thanks to its history, gastronomy and natural heritage. It is the original birthplace of Gothic art, and the Amiens cathedral is a fine example of Gothic style. In terms of activities, sailing is an important part of the region. Rendez vous at the Baie de Somme, at any time of the year, to watch the sailing regattas.


 

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