Going to France on holiday is very easy as it just a quick trip across the channel. If you have never considered France as a holiday destination then here are some of the reasons as to why you should choose France as your holiday destination. If you are not sure at where you are able to stay in France then you can look online to help with your accommodation needs. In the northern part of France you will be delighted by the rural settings that offer a restful holiday spot. The favourite areas for holiday makers to visit in France are Picardy and Normandy but further inland you have the capital that being Paris. Paris has everything that you want on offer from delicious food, insightful culture and a vibrant atmosphere that you are able to get lost in.
Brittany is in the north west of France and shows beautiful waters and a pink granite coast. Brittany has wondrous natural beauty and also many medieval sights for you to explore. The Loire Valley is further south and for a holiday maker in this region it offers historic towns and its numerous fairy-tale Chateaux all set in lush green scenery.
On the western coast of France you are able to take a Vendee holiday. A Vendee holiday is great for those who want to have an experience of the old world and to relax and fantastic beaches. There are two regions of France that adjoin the Vendee those being the Dordogne and Lot which offer a gorge with a spectacular river that runs through. If you are looking for gastronomic delights, surfing and amazing scenery then you can look at taking your France holiday in Royan or Gascony. You can also choose Burgundy for your holiday which will offer you some fine wines and delightful food.
The Auvergne, Ardeche and the Cevennes regions are known as the Massif Central collectively. Here you will be able to find various outdoor activities and adventures that will suit most families.
If you are looking towards the east coast of France you can have a holiday in Jura or the Alps which are great places for lakes and mountains. The scenery is tranquil and there are unspoilt towns to explore. A popular hot spot for holidays in France is the south of France as there are many modern resorts as well as beauty that will surround you.
You are able to get to France by air as many airlines will fly to Paris; however you are also able to get flights to Nice, Lyon and a few other airports in France. You can also fly to Geneva as it acts like a handy airport for France as it sits on French-Swiss border. You are also able to catch a ferry to France from the UK or go through the Channel Tunnel. The summer months in France are generally a bit warmer than those in the UK; however the temperature across the various regions is not the same nor is the climate. You will then need to check the type of weather that the region experiences before you visit.