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Tick off some tasty French treats and try frog’s legs, foie gras, escargot (or snails as they’re better known), tartiflette (an indulgent potato flan), and moules marinières (mussels in a rich garlic sauce). If there’s anywhere where it’s ok to put on a few pounds, it’s definitely France.
Go skiing in Saint Pierre de Chartreuse. This charming village sits nestled in the heart of the snowy forests of the Regional Natural Park of Chartreuse, and boasts a varied set of skills suitable for all abilities and ages.
In the warmer months, the peaks and valleys of the French countryside become a playground for hikers, bikers and avid explorers. Head into the Parc Naturel Regional du Vercors, just outside of Grenoble, for breath-taking mountain views, forest hikes and pretty, hidden villages.
Take the funicular railway from St. Jean's cathedral up to the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourviere for panoramic views of the whole of Lyon. Afterwards, scale down with a trip to Lyon’s famous Museum of Miniatures for a day of big and small adventures.
Try and visit all the calanques in the Parc National des Calanques in Marseilles. This stunning National Park is home to several of these beautiful naturally formed coves which provide the perfect environment to enjoy a guided tour or maybe even some climbing or scuba diving.
Sitting at the foot of the French Alps, Grenoble is a great base for winter holidays, with easy transfers to the slopes of the Isere region of the Dauphine Alps, including the popular resorts of the Chartreuse and Belledonne. Whatever your skiing ability or age, you'll find it in this breathtakingly beautiful part of the country. Lyon is a mere hour away and offers all the facilities for culture, clubbing and shopping that you'd expect from France's third largest city. Cathedrals, palaces and art galleries rub shoulders with Roman ruins and pretty parks in this stunning city. Known as the country's second city, Marseille sits nestled between the sea and the hills – a city crammed with cultural gems, wedged between beautiful sandy beaches and dramatic, craggy peaks. Whether you want to practise your skills on the slopes, enjoy a family beach holiday or immerse yourself in culture, art and gastronomy, France is waiting at the other end of a very short flight.