Luxury holidays to France have so much to offer, delicious food, great wine and authentic charm. From the alluring region of The French Riviera to the glamorous ski resorts of the Three Valleys, it is effortlessly chic. A great holiday destination for culture seekers, cities like Paris and Cannes are hubs of artistic highlights, historical landmarks and outstanding cuisine. Home to world-class ski resorts like Val d’Isere, regarded as one of the best ski resorts in the world and Megève, lauded for its exquisite Michelin-starred dining, ski enthusiasts are spoilt for choice when embarking on ski holidays to France.
We’ve travelled extensively throughout France, spending time along the glamorous Riviera, the famed ski slopes of Courchevel and the bohemian neighbourhoods of Paris. Thanks to our continuous discovery and long-standing partnerships, each of our luxury holidays to France include all flights, private transfers and luxury accommodation at excellent value.
POCKET GUIDE TO FRANCE
The impossibly blue seas of the Côte d’Azur, also known as the French Riviera, lap the shores of glamorous towns, shimmering beaches and provincial villages. The elegant lavender and vineyard-lined roads of France’s southeast pass through chic cities including cinematic Cannes and mesmerising Nice. The cuisine of the Côte d’Azur is as lavish as its settings, with local produce being transformed into Michelin-starred feasts.
Renowned for its beautiful surroundings, Courchevel consists of a small selection of villages that are home to chic chalets and boutique hotels within the alpine landscape. The glamorous heart of the Three Valleys, this is an ideal holiday destination for a luxurious ski getaway. Luxury ski holidays to Courchevel are wonderfully suited to those who wish to combine ski and relaxation. Part of the Three Valleys, Courchevel is linked to the largest ski area in the world.
Situated at the heart of the Three Valleys, Meribel has an authentic alpine charm that is impossible to tire of. Explore a range of off-slope fun such as the alpine forests on winter walking trails, ice skating, snowmobiling and husky sledding. Après ski at Meribel is some of the best in the world, hosting unforgettable parties during ski season and outstanding alpine dining. For a more laid-back après ski experience, enjoy a glass of wine or hot chocolate as the sun goes down.
Charmingly rustic architecture, manicured grapevines, idyllic woodlands and sparkling lakes make up the terroir of Bordeaux’s 57 appellations. One of the great wine capitals of the world, Bordeaux’s viticulture is an intrinsic part of daily life in the region, owing its first spark of notoriety to the marriage of Henry Plantagenet and Eleanor of Aquitaine. For a further discovery of France’s wine regions, travel southwest to the stunning river views, quiet villages and pastoral towns of Burgundy, simply oozing French charm and tradition.