Counties in France
Alsace (North East)
Basse Normandie (North West)
Franche-Comté (Central East)
Languedoc Roussillon (South Centre)
Midi-Pyrénées (South Centre)
Picardie (North Centre)
Provence-Alpes-Côte D'Azur (South East)
Aquitaine (South West)
Bourgogne (Central East)
Champagne Ardenne (North East)
Haute Normandie (North West)
Nord-Pas-de-Calais (North Centre)
Poitou-Charentes (Central West)
Rhône-Alpes (Central East)
Bretagne (Central East)
Corse (Central East)
Ile-de-France (North Centre)
Lorraine (North East)
Pays-de-la-Loire (Central West)
Provence Alpes Cote (South East)
Campings in France
3 Allée des Etangs, 08240 Buzancy
Buzancy, Champagne Ardenne
7 avenue Eugene Lerebourg
17320 SAINT JUST LUZAC
St Just Luzac, Poitou-Charentes
Saint Girons Plage
40560 Vielle Saint Girons
Vielle Saint Girons, Aquitaine
route de la Grande Côte
La Barre de Monts, Pays-de-la-Loire
712 CHEMIN DE NAVARROSSE
18 route de la tonnelle
85160 ST JEAN DE MONTS
Saint Jean De Monts, Pays-de-la-Loire
88 avenue Maréchal Foch
69230 St Genis Laval
1330 Avenue Charles de Gaulle
Caromb, Provence-Alpes-Côte D'Azur
Allier, between Moulins and Montluçon, Auvergne
chemin des Jardins
12 route de luneray
le Bourg Dun
Rouen, Haute Normandie
Travel Tips & Guides France
France is a country located in Western Europe. Clockwise from the north, France borders Belgium and Luxembourg to the northeast, Germany and Switzerland to the east, Italy to the south-east and Spain to the south-west, across the Pyrenees mountain range (the small country of Andorra lies in between the two countries). The Mediterranean Sea lies to the south of France, with the Principality of Monaco forming a small enclave. To the west, France has a long Atlantic Ocean coastline, while to the north lies the English Channel, across which lies the last of France's neighbours, England (part of the United Kingdom). France is the world's most popular tourist destination (77.6 million in 2003) boasting dozens of major tourist attractions, like Paris, Côte d'Azur (the French Riviera), The Atlantic beaches, The winter sport resorts of the Alps, The Castles of Loire Valley, Britanny: Mont Saint Michel. The country is renowned for its gastronomy (particularly wines and cheeses), history, culture and fashion. read more...
Alsacian specialities are numerous and can be eaten in many traditional restaurants, in the city or in the neighbourhood. Particularly you oughtn't visit Alsace without having the sauerkraut (choucroute in French). Other specialities include the Alsacian pork-butcher's meat, Flamenküche or flams (tartes flambées in French) which is a sort of wafer thin pizza made with onion-cream sauce, Baekehof, beef and pork stew cooked, with potatoes and carrots, usually served for two or more persons and Fleischnackas, mixed beef meat presented like spirals and served with salads. read more...
The tourist office recommends a variety of walking tours through the town (Middle Ages, Renaissance, Modern and Contemporary) and bike tours through the faubourgs (Neudorf and Neuhof). read more...
Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region of France and is mostly known for hosting European institutions. However, it is also a very nice place to visit, especially for its old town. The city itself is one of the 9 biggest cities in France, with a population of about 450,000 people if you include the surroundings. Part of the conurbation is located on the eastern bank of the Rhine, in Kehl, Germany. read more...
Rennes is the capital of the région of Brittany, in France, the seat of the 'préfecture de région' and of the 'conseil régional'. It has a long history due to its location at the confluence of two rivers. read more...
Rennes is the captial city of Brittany, France. Rennes is not often mentioned on tourist guides but this medium size town is well worth a visit. It has about 200,000 inhabitants, of which about 50,000 are students. This gives the town a vibrant night life. read more...
Like all of France, you will not be disappointed with the food Toulouse offers. Duck is a regional specialty, and thus many restaurants will offer duck for dinner. read more...
Toulouse is a small city, and you can reach most interesting places in the downtown area comfortably on foot. read more...
Nice is a city in southern France located on the Mediterranean coast, between Marseille and Genoa, with 933,080 inhabitants in the metropolitan area at the 1999 census. The city is a major tourist centre and a leading resort on the French Riviera (Côte d'Azur). It is the historical capital city of the County of Nice. read more...