Top 5 Things To Do In France

While the Eiffel Tower is an icon of the country, it is just one of the top 5 things to do in France

BUY A MOBILE HOME

While you may be eager to start ticking off boxes on your list of top 5 things to do in France, make the first one of those tasks to acquire a home base. Mobile homes offer an excellent opportunity to explore France without limitations and in a very affordable way. They are normally located in picturesque parks, along beaches or in the scenic countryside. Buying a mobile home in France is an excellent idea as you will have a regular holiday accommodation and you can travel to France any time you wish without worrying about accommodation. The process is quite simple and there is no land rates incurred since you are buying a property that is not fixed on the ground.

VISIT PARIS

Paris is one of the most popular cities of the world; it is a place full of amazing historical treasures and iconic landmarks recognizable throughout the world. Paris is best explored on foot, so make sure you have a comfortable pair of shoes to get the best of Paris. Paris boasts of some of the finest galleries and museums in the world, the Eiffel tower and stunning facades. You need not to be worried about getting hungry as you explore because Paris is known to have the most Michelin starred restaurants than any other city and the cuisine is excellent.

GO ON A GOLF HOLIDAY

Golf holidays are still not as popular as is in its neighboring country Spain, but still offers the best value for golfing breaks in Europe. You also have an excellent selection of courses littered all across the country and if you can play midweek you can have the best courses all to yourself.

Chantilly offers some of the finest selection of private golf clubs found anywhere in France, if you want to mix traditional courses and modern layouts, then Chantilly is the spot for you.

Bordeaux is popular for its wines and almost every inch of the fertile land is used for growing grapes but you can also find great golf courses of course where the grapes couldn’t grow. The Medoc Golf course is the most developed resort with two courses in the region.

GO SKIING

The Skiing offered by the France Alps and Pyrenees ranks as some of the best in the world, it has even hosted many top winter sports including Olympic Games. The Alps has the biggest and the best of downhill runs and efficient ski facilities than any other place in the world. There are fabulous resorts with fine restaurants and pubs to keep you warm and entertained when off the slopes. If you wish to ski away from the crowds, you can head to the Pyrenees where you can find friendly resorts and excellent skiing.

GO FOR FOOD AND WINE HOLIDAY

At the mention of gourmet meals, France definitely comes to mind. For food lovers the gastronomic experience here is unparalleled and there is a variety of fine restaurants to choose from. For those that want the gastronomic holiday to be a little exceptional you can arrange a tour of different regions. France is also famed for its classic tasty wines and a food and wine holiday can be combined for the most remarkable gastronomic experience.

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Rachel