Resorts in France

Les Arcs

  • Part of the breathtaking Savoy region, Les Arcs holds exciting possibilities for adventure year-round. In the summer months, visitors can hike Nordic trails through the inspiring countryside, mountain-bike between spruce trees or simply relax by mountain streams and take in panoramic views across the Tarentaise Valley.


  • A haven of outdoor adventure all year round, Chamonix sits at the head of the Chamonix Valley, surrounded on all sides by soaring peaks and dominated by the snow-covered summit of Mont Blanc. Tackle challenging hiking routes, test your mettle with rock climbing or just relax amid the breathtaking surrounds of the French Alps.

Serre Chevalier

  • Nestled in the Hautes-Alpes near the Parc National des Ecrins, Serre Chevalier offers fresh Alpine air and outdoor adventure among wooded slopes in the heart of the French mountains. With the UNESCO World Heritage–listed town of Briançon nearby, visitors can explore centuries of history and heritage.


  • The charming town of Valmorel offers thrilling possibilities for summer adventures with friends and family. Visitors can hike amidst a postcard-perfect backdrop of mountain streams and Alpine peaks, conquer a high-ropes course among the trees and mountain-bike one of the legendary cols of the Tour De France – the Col de la Madeline.

Charente Maritime

  • Home to lush pine forests and sweeping coves where the Atlantic Ocean rolls in, the Charente Maritime is a haven for lovers of nature and the great outdoors. Cycle along rugged trails, hike along the coastline and take to the waves for sailing adventure.


  • The Mediterranean island of Corsica presents a variety of backdrops for unforgettable summer holidays, from craggy mountains and dense forest to picturesque coastal towns. Hike beautiful walking trails, sail across pristine water and discover hidden gems among the island’s World Heritage sites.

Côte dAzur

  • The glimmering strip of coast known as the Côte d'Azur includes the illustrious port cities of Nice and Cannes, as well as charming inland communes like Grasse and Opio. The former offer breathtaking beaches, while the latter boast lush gardens and excellent golf courses. Wherever you travel in this picturesque region, you’ll enjoy delectable cuisine, quaint streets and impressive historic sites.


  • Located within the Lorraine region of north-eastern France, Vittel boasts peaceful parkland that is perfect for leisurely cycling. The region is also famous for thermal spas, historic architecture, excellent tennis courts and fantastic 18-hole golf courses.