A trip to France is all about embracing art de vivre, the French practice of transforming daily life into works of art. From tasting famous French cuisine and sipping world-class wine, to exploring celebrity-studded coastlines and sun-drenched vineyards, holidays to France are aesthetic adventures into the heart of the world’s most romantic destination.
Book a French holiday package to discover the art galleries of Paris, cruise up the Seine, shop in a French fashion house and ascend the Eiffel Tower. Include a stroll through Monet’s waterlily garden, the elaborate Gardens of Versailles, the purple landscapes of Provence or ski the snowy slopes of the Alps.
Wherever you find yourself, you’ll always be able to breakfast on warm croissants, lunch on a picnic of bread and cheese and dine in a bistro (or at a Michelin-starred restaurant if you’d prefer). The delights of food are celebrated across the country and every meal is a special occasion. Eat with passion, explore with enthusiasm and love with abandon - this is how to travel in France. Browse our collection of 2022 French package holiday below and reach out to us to help with your travel planning.
A holiday in France combines history, fashion, and gastronomical cuisine in the most romantic destination in the world.
Travel to France to discover how everyday moments are transformed into unforgettable experiences.
French holidays and loved-up couples go hand in hand; France is the perfect option for a romantic honeymoon.
Trips to France from South Africa take approximately 11 hours flying time.
Make it a summer of romance and holiday in France during June and July.
French holidays are less crowded during May.
Families on holiday in France will enjoy Euro Disney Paris and family friendly skiing in French Alps resorts.
Eiffel Tower - Journey to the viewing deck of the most iconic structure in France.
The Louvre - Stroll the hallowed halls of The Louvre and meet the Mona Lisa.
Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral - This medieval Catholic cathedral is famous for its gargoyles and city views.
Arc de Triomphe - A triumphal arch that stands at the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle.
Champs-Élysées Avenue - This wide boulevard is known for its theatres, cafés and luxury boutiques.
Palace of Versailles - Explore Marie-Antoinette’s home, Hall of Mirrors and elaborate gardens.
French Riviera (Nice, Saint-Tropez, Cannes) - Discover the glamorous Côte d'Azur on the Mediterranean Sea.
French Alps (Chamonix-Mont-Blanc) - Go skiing in the French Alps.
Loire Valley - Explore royal pleasure palaces and extravagant fortresses.
Provence - Stroll cobbled village streets, eat al fresco cuisine and drink good wine.
The Paris underground is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to get around.
All the major Paris highlights are located within walking distance of each other - pack good walking shoes.
Learn some basic French words before you go.
Save costs and buy snacks and drinks at a local supermarket and have a picnic in a Paris park.
Plan your sightseeing itinerary before you go.