The French Alps are made of the regions of Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur and Rhone Alps. A holiday in the French Alps is much fascinating in both summer and winter. There are numerous skiing opportunities, as well as numerous lakes near which you can spend a fabulous summer in the mountains. The largest of them would be Lake Geneva, Lac d’Annecy and Lac de Bourget. There is also the highest point of the French Alps, the famous Mont Blanc, with a height of 4808 m, which is actually perfect for hiking and from a holiday home in the French Alps you'll be all set up for a great trip to what they say it is the third most visited natural site in the world. Brave enough to try it?Winter and summer in the French Alps
Taking some time off from your daily routine at least once a year is a must, and since you're putting together some holiday plans, why not include on your bucket list a holiday in the French Alps? You have all the reasons to visit this beautiful French area in both summer and winter and fun and sports and relaxation are part of the area's charming character. So in summer you have archery, mountain biking, fishing, bungee jumping, horse riding, rafting, hiking, sailing, paragliding, quad biking, canyoning, water rafting and numerous other activities to entertain you, not to mention your comfortable holiday home in the French Alps. If you only manage to escape the daily obligations in winter, there's no worry...there's plenty to do in the French Alps in any season. Set off on a new adventure, whether it includes skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, husky walking, sledging, snowmobiling, snowblading, heli-skiing, glacier walking, ice diving or ice skating or any other winter sports that suit your desires.Breathtaking nature
The region has some stunning nature and one of a kind nature parks that will make your family holiday in the French Alps one to remember. Two major nature parks here would be the Vanoise National Park (1250km2) and The Ecrins National Park (918km2). The first one of them is in the region of Savoie, and nearby you will find the village of Champagny, a beautiful quaint town that is certainly worth a visit. This beautiful nature oasis has five nature reserves: Tignes, The Bailletaz, The Grande Sassière, The Plan de Tuéda. Its population of Alpine ibex will impress anyone. The other mentioned nature park is The Ecrins National Park, with a top height of 4,102m, with glacier fields, woodlands, pastures and lakes for you to admire. There are 700 km of walking paths so you ill have plenty of choices when it comes to bonding with nature. This park has also been awarded the European Diploma of Protected Areas. Dare to chance your vacation pattern with the French Alps. It is a unique opportunity.