A week at La Beaujardine Holiday Villa means beautiful places to discover in France.
Holiday villa in France
Côte de Granit Rose, Brittany
Perhaps nowhere in northwestern Brittany is quite as breathtaking as the Côte de Granit Rose (or the Pink Granite Coast), a coastline dotted with spectacular granite rock formations. The geology ranges from massive rose gold boulders to eroded pink sand, all contrasted beautifully against the gray foam of the sea.
Walt Disney would surely approve of Colmar, with its timber-framed houses, colorful facades, and flower-lined canal. The commune is a delight to take in, whether its strolling the cobblestoned streets or taking a canoe trip down the water. Along with Kayersberg and Strasbourg, this provincial town is a trademark of the beautiful and charming Alsace region, located in northeastern France near Germany and Switzerland.
The French Riviera
Nothing captures the glitz and glamor of France quite like the French Riviera. The Mediterranean coast has long been a playground for luxurious vacationers, whether it’s the yacht-filled ports of Saint-Tropez, the rose-scented winds of Grasse, or the limestone cliffs and turquoise waters of Cassis. No matter the specific destination, the entire Cote d’ Azur guarantees vibrant sites and a wonderfully warm climate all year.
The Gothic Albi Cathedral is a place of superlatives, both inside and out: It is one of the largest brick buildings in the world, and the frescoes on the vaulted ceiling comprise the biggest Italian Renaissance painting in France. Indeed, whether you’re admiring the cathedral’s white gargoyles or rounded buttresses from afar, or royal blue surfaces and intricate pipe organ inside, Albi’s most famous building is one of the best in the country.
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