Scattered over the beach, blocks of pink granite disturb the waves in a shimmering rhythm.
A dress made of thousands of materials and colours – that change – morphing into unexpected shapes. A land of legends, stories and history, Brittany knows exactly how to pique your interest. Traditions dating back centuries and the magic of the place disrupt as much as they seduce.
If you enter, you’ll have the privilege of discovering this multifaceted jewel in a treasure trove of landscapes and exquisite gastronomy.
The Val de Loire region is the gateway to a unique natural world that was a des- tination of choice among the Kings of France.
Over 3,000 castles were erected here, along its rivers and amid its vineyards and its forests. At the heart of these extraordinary landscapes that have clearly inspired some of the country’s greatest architects, stones were transformed into castles and nature sculpted into gardens, playing a major role in the dawning of what was a great century for the arts.
History, hills and wonders. The south of France is a confluence.
The confluence of millennia of history and thousands of stories, the confluence of the sky and the sea, the confluence of an entire artist’s colour palette, the confluence of its people and of its landscapes and what each has to offer.
It is impossible to truly capture this region as it is not just a single entity but rather a myriad of components. The only way to really discover it is to explore it yourself.
We do not talk about the mountain, but rather mountains. A plural, like
their number of sides, the mountains are multi-faceted. Both terrifying yet magnificent, cold yet welcoming, dark yet glimmering with their glaciers andtheir endless snow. At the foot, the valley – a product of these exceptions. Although it has already withstood the passage of many centuries, crystallisedbetween the rocks and ice, one thing is sure: Chamonix Valley is still being
chiselled into shape. Ever-changing like the mountains that stand tall over it, the valley is constantly reinventing itself. First a refuge for believers, it became a landmark for the aristocracy, has captivated scientists, opened its arms to mountaineers and provided a playground for athletes. An infinitely rich history that guarantees it an equally abundant future and a passionate present, that is worth taking the time to discover