When to go
Year Round
From £14,995 pp
Flight time
1hr 20mins


Traveling to France offers a wealth of experiences, including the chance to see romantic cities, quaint coastal towns with stunning beaches, and, of course, mouth-watering cuisine and wine.

France offers a great variety of places, from famous landmarks and masterpieces of world-class art to the grandeur and picturesque coastline of the French Riviera. The relaxed way of life provides the ideal setting for unwinding and getting lost in little villages, markets, and alleyways.

The lush vineyards of Bordeaux and Burgundy await you for a divine glass of malbec, the fragrant Provence with its lavender hills, the towering French Alps, and the opulent Côte d’Azur beaches, showcasing France’s richness, have always drawn tourists. The intoxicating romance of Paris, one of the most stunning cities in the world, is another iconic spot to discover at least once in your life. The ethereal beauty of France will offer you a new appreciation of its landscape and its people.



Head over to a thriving vineyard for a genuine tour and wine tasting experience, leaving behind the rush of the city. You can look forward to riding over lovely hills on the fringes of Promenade des Anglais.

GASTRONOMY IN BORDEAUX (Half day - Bordeaux)

Get a taste of Bordeaux by going on a gastronomic safari that passes by city attractions like Place de la Bourse and the Bordeaux Opera, while stopping at market stalls to enjoy local cheese, decadent chocolate, and delicious oysters.


Onboard the first 100% electric restaurant on River Seine, unwind while enjoying a wonderful evening cruise, indulging in a gourmet feast prepared by renowned chef Alain Ducasse.

Recommended Hotels

Le Domaine Des Etangs

Located in Charente and encircled by the Cognac region is the beautiful château known as Le Domaine des Etangs. This historic property from the eleventh century is surrounded by areas with meadows, ponds, and forest. Stay in rooms with unique themes and relax in the thermal pools with Gallo-Roman influences.

Villa La Coste

With rooms and villas that provide panoramic views of the surrounding hills, this hotel offers a taste of grandeur in rural Provence. The villa features the designs of well-known architects and artists, and we highly recommend that during your stay you appreciate the private art. You’ll also find vineyards, olive trees, and lavender hills situated around the villa.

Royal Champagne

Royal Champagne offers magnificent vineyard vistas from its location on the rim of Marne Valley. There are several options for gourmet dining, including the Michelin-starred gastronomy at Le Royal, where the sommelier expertly matches fine wines with seasonal, local ingredients.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive In Champagne, France

Take a drive through France in your very own supercar. From Paris, take your car to Champagne, where a relaxing massage calls you.

Days 2 & 3: Champagne

With plentiful sparkling wine tastings available you can truly experience Champagne’s reputation as wine country, across its five regions. Embark on a Marne River cruise, e-bike through ancient Hautvillers, and stop by the avant-garde Maison Leclerc Briant.

Day 4: Massignac

Following your exploration of Champagne, drive to the romantic region of Massignac for an overnight stay.

Day 5: Massignac

Your day invites you to pamper yourself with relaxing wellness treatments at your lavish country residence.

Day 6: Bordeaux

When you arise in the morning, drive southwards to the exquisite Bordeaux to unwind amongst the vineyards. The city is renowned as featuring one of the most impressive vineyards with the finest wines in the world. The region has so much to offer, including delightful culture and nature, which you can admire during a walk along the River Garonne, as well as delectable cuisine and seafood experiences. Equally its beach at Bassin d’Archachon offers a break away from the city. During your stay visit Place de la Bourse and the well-known water sculpture, Miroir d’eau (Mirror of Water). Perhaps some museum tours could offer you a deeper understanding of this beautiful region, with the wine museum, Cite du Vin or the marine museum, Musee Mer et Marine.

Day 7: Bordeaux

At Château de Ferrand, a day of sampling and sightseeing is in store, including a luncheon and wine pairing created by a Michelin chef.

Day 8: Provence

As you depart Bordeaux for your stay in Provence, you cannot miss the sensational views during your drive. Provence oozes romance, thanks to its impeccable vistas, delectable gastronomy and intimate tranquillity. You can expect to see stunning lavender hills, olive groves and picturesque roads. The stunning region offers quaint villages with plenty of atmosphere and nature, such as Valensole with its lavender fields and Gordes with its charming stone houses that perch on the hillside. Your experience of Provence will be magical.

Day 9: Provence

On an outdoors art excursion, learn about the contemporary art scene in Provence.

Day 10: Megève

Journey to the towering alpine mountains of Megeve, a hidden gem in the south-east of France and renowned ski resort town. The resort, overlooked by the imposing Mont Blanc Massif, oozes opulence and elegance, offering a high-end ski experience that caters for beginners, as well as experienced skiers.

Days 11 & 12: Megève

During your time here you can explore the region and unwind amidst spectacular scenery. You could ascend Mont d’Arbois by cable car, or explore lesser-known tracks with the help of your personal guide. The region is perfect for all sorts of activities, not just skiing, for example ice skating, swimming, bowling and tennis. The town also offers an array of shops, including designer boutiques and several impressive restaurants, some with Michelin stars.

Day 13: Champagne

Enjoy your final evening in the wonderful region of Champagne, admiring its scenic beauty before your return home.

Day 14: Depart Champagne

Enjoy a final drive from Champagne to Paris in your supercar, before your return flight home.