London, Paris, Burgundy, Provence, Cote d’Azur

Tradition, culture, wine, lavender and beach .. all in two weeks. With a combination of nous, experience and knowledge, it’s possible !

Burgundy. The region’s most obvious attraction is of course the wine and you’ll head straight to the great vineyards, whose produce has played the key role in the local economy since Louis XIV’s doctor prescribed wine as a palliative for the royal dyspepsia.

Provence. of all the areas of France, Provence is the most irresistible. Fortified towns guard its borders; countless villages perch defensively on hilltops, and its great cities – Aix en Provence and Avignon – are full of cultural glories.

Cote d’Azur. There’s the remarkable beauty of the hills and land’s edge, the scent of the plant life, the mimosa blossom in February, and the impossibly blue water after which the coast is named, the Cote d’Azur remains undeniably captivating.