The fashionable resort on the Mediterranean, Nice, is home to wonderful sandy beaches, the 7-km-long Promenade des Anglais dating from the 18th century, and the Opera de Nice, definitely worth a visit while on holiday in France. It's a city where a perfect mix of history and culture, fun and glamor awaits for its visitors. You can also visit Cimiez, where you'll find beautifully preserved Roman baths and the historic Hotel Regina, where Queen Victoria used to spend her royal holidays. Nice is also a great place to do some shopping, plus there are endless entertainment venues for a family holiday in France and even great food, in short, an ideal destination for hedonists.
Young or not so young, everyone is sure to love an active time among nature. While on holiday in France you can enjoy activities like hiking in the foothills of the Pyrenees, mountain biking in the Massif Central of the Limousin region, or take surfing lessons in Lacanau, home to world class surfing competitions. For more aquatic fun in the Lake Jura region there's everything from swimming and sailing to horse riding and cycling along the Route des Lacs. Numerous rivers provide plenty of opportunity for a rafting adventure or even a peaceful afternoon fishing in the lakes and ponds of rural France is actually very relaxing. Top attractions like Parc Festyland in Caen and Le PAL in Auvergne are just unforgettable, especially when booking one of Bunglow.Net's affordable holiday parks in France.
Culture in France is always wonderful, the iconic Eiffel Tour in Paris will leave you mesmerized, a city tour encompassing all the famous architectural and historical landmarks is simply a must in this city. And when in Paris, the Champs Elysées should definitely not be missed either, especially for a bit of upscale shopping. Lyon is another historic city where the Lumiere Institute, housed on the former grounds of the factory of inventors Auguste and Louis Lumiere is yet another one of the city's marvels. It contains all kinds of equipment and photos of the inventors, and is a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon. Of course you can always pick up a good bottle of wine and relax at your holiday park in France or maybe just walk around town in the evening and see the varied attractions that seem to mix up perfectly with the mistique of the place.