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France is the most accessible foreign country from the UK. Travel times are short enough for you to breakfast in Britain and be in Paris for lunch, by ferry, plane or even rail. The country has a wealth of exciting experiences to offer, from glitzy beach holidays in the south to energising activity breaks like cycling, camping, walking, skiing, golfing and much more. Tourist boards and professionals of the holiday/travel industry are here to answer your questions, and help you discover your new favourite destination.

The France Show welcome P&O Ferries as sponsor

The France Show welcome P&O Ferries as sponsor

Posted by Admin 19.12.16 | 0 Comments

We are delighted to announce P&O Ferries as sponsor of The Flavours of France stage and The French market

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A weekend in Le Touquet

A weekend in Le Touquet

Posted by Admin 17.12.16 | 0 Comments

Find out why this elegant resort on France's northern coast has been a favourite for over 100 years.

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Win a week of luxury with La Durantie

Win a week of luxury with La Durantie

Posted by Admin 12.12.16 | 0 Comments

Spend a week in the beautiful Midi-Pyrénées region of south west France with La Durantie .

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Five reasons to visit Brittany

Five reasons to visit Brittany

Posted by Admin 04.12.16 | 0 Comments

Looking for superb coastline, great food, vibrant culture and a quintessential French experience? You'll find it in Brittany.

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Escape to Arras

Escape to Arras

Posted by Admin 17.11.16 | 0 Comments

Only 75 miles from Calais, a visit to Arras is perfect for a weekend break
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Quick guide to Dinard in Brittany

Quick guide to Dinard in Brittany

Posted by Admin 16.11.16 | 0 Comments

Follow the footsteps of the famous with a trip to Dinard.

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Quick guide to Lens

Quick guide to Lens

Posted by Admin 15.11.16 | 0 Comments

Offering the Musée Louvre, to the Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens has something for everyone.

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