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The Fontainebleau Golf is know as one of the games great classics. This golf, designed by Tom Simpson in 1909, is a veritable adventure amongst rocks, heathers, gorse and bunkers. Due to its sandy ground, the ground is soft and is perfectly playable at any moment however bad the weather conditions...

After the Verdon canyon, the one of the Nesque is the most spectacular of Provence. This wild and grandiose canyon can be discovered from the corbelled touristic road between Villes-sur-Auzon and Monieux, in which tunnels and belvederes punctuate a flabbergasting itinerary. The Nesque canyon is...

Enjoy the best views in the South of France with minimal effort! You get to see stunning views and hidden corners that you would not find in any guidebook.Thanks to our eBikes that ride like normal bicycles, you will make easy work of the hills thanks to the electric assistance. The tour is...

Lace up your walking shoes for an easy four-hour scenic hike along the coast starting in Cap d’Ail.Cap d'Ail has been classified as a health resort since 1921. A belvedere named “the tête de chien” (the dog’s head) hangs out over the coast and provides a view from Italy to the Var. Its three...

The limestone calanques of the Massif des Calanques lie within the recently created Parc National des Calanques and include the Calanque de Sormiou, the Calanque de Morgiou, the Calanque d'En-Vau, the Calanque de Port-Pin and the Calanque de Sugiton. There are additional calanques in the parc,...

Interested in a guided hike in and around Annecy, the beautiful playground for hiking in the summer? Let your self be guided by one of our nationally qualified guides who are more than happy to accompany you in your walks to discover this beautiful region.

Filed since 1987, Cap Gris-Nez is with Cap Blanc-Nez the must-see site on the Côte d'Opale, which welcomes nearly one million visitors each year. At the summit of the cliffs, culminating at 49m, you can see the English coasts, Cap Blanc Nez and the port of Boulogne-sur-Mer as well as the village of...

 Midi-Pyrénées: a region made for walking In the Pyrenees, along the St James's Way pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela and around Toulouse, Conques and Rocamadour, not a single part of Midi-Pyrénées is free of footpaths. The dense network of trails here is every walker's and hiker's dream...

Escorted by your mountain guide, take a walk or go for a horse ride to discover the Savoie vineyards. Admire the sublime panoramas and explore the high tracks which open onto the Alps and lead to the winegrowers’ wine cellars. Taste the Savoie wines with them, accompanied by cheeses and local cured...

The Valley of Wonders is in the Mercantour National Park in the town of Tende. The easiest way to access it is to go in the Roya Valley and just before Tende Saint Dalmas de Tende up towards Castérino. Both starting points are Lake Mesces to the Valley of Wonders or Castérino for Fontanalbe Valley...

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