Béziers

Béziers

Béziers in Languedoc-Roussillon is known for its colourful combination of wine and bull fighting. Experience both during its four-day festival in mid-August. 

This quiet town’s small roads and discreet cafes offer you a real taste of Southern France. Sat atop a rocky spur, marvel at views over the surrounding Orb River and Canal du Midi.

Burgundy

Burgundy

Discover Burgundy’s culinary delights on a tour of world-renowned vineyards. Here you will find the region’s soul.

Stop at Escommes, Dijon, Seurre, Digoin, and St Léger and discover their rich heritage. Explore ancient châteaux, such as grand La Rochepot and forbidding Châteauneuf.

Canal du Midi

Canal du Midi

The peaceful Canal du Midi passes through Languedoc-Roussillon, one of the oldest wine-producing areas. 

Taste the region’s cuisine, which features lighter dishes than traditional French cuisine. 

Sit back and savour the region’s picturesque countryside.

Carcassonne

Carcassonne

Carcassonne is a UNESCO Wolrd Heritage Site dating back to 3,500BC. Well-preserved towers and ramparts offer a sense of the impenetrable fortress it once was.

Today, this bustling town is host to magnificent Michelin-starred restaurants, picturesque shops and cafes.

Franche-Comté

Franche-Comté

Franche-Comté boasts lush forests perfect for nature lovers to explore.

Explore the walls and citadel of Besançon, one of the finest provincial Roman cities. Wind through the medieval streets of Dole on the bank of the Doubs.

Provence

Provence

The enchanting light and beauty of Provence has long attracted artists from Van Gogh to Renoir and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Stretching from Alpine summits to the Mediterranean, vineyards and fields of lavender lie in between. 

The region is also noted for its historic architecture. Arles has one of the world’s best-preserved Roman amphitheatres.

Rhône Valley

Rhône Valley

The Rhône Valley is dominated by the River Rhône which flows from the Swiss alps to the Mediterranean. 

Let it take you through a landscape lined by vineyards and distant mountains. The uplands are full of grazing cattle, while the southern flood plains grow fruits.