France is the largest country in Western Europe, is bordered to the northwest by the English Channel (La Manche), to the northeast by Belgium and Luxembourg, to the east by Germany, Switzerland and Italy, to the south by the Mediterranean (with Monaco as a coastal enclave between Nice and the Italian frontier), to the southwest by Spain and Andorra, and to the west by the Atlantic Ocean.
The island of Corsica, southeast of Nice, is made up of two départements. France is home to an astonishing range of scenery, from the mountain ranges of the Alps and Pyrenees to the attractive river valleys of the Loire, Rhône and Dordogne and the flatter countryside of Normandy and the Atlantic coas.
As the world’s most popular tourist destination, France manages to be all things to all people. For city slickers, Paris is one of the world’s truly great cities, with a myriad of attractions and diverse eating and drinking experiences.
The large cities of Lyon and Marseille are not far behind Paris with their own copious charms, both offering alternatives and complements to the Parisian experience. Outside of these three large cities, there are many more cities worth exploring and every town and village has something to offer, with even the smallest town usually hosting a couple of worthwhile churches and a civic museum, as well as the culinary traditions that the country is rightly famed for.
Beyond urban France, there is a diverse range of scenery, with everything from towering Alpine peaks and the rugged sea cliffs on the Atlantic coast, through to sweeping beaches in the west and south and some of Europe’s wildest areas, like the wild Camargue in the south.
St Enogat, St Laumore, St Brill, St Jacut, b are the most popular beaches in Brittany France. Despite the rugged coastline, it is possible to enjoy a conventional beach holiday and due to the vast coast line it is the perfect place for yacht charters to visit.
Paris is the capital of france and is situated on the River Seine. Paris has been ranked among the first 3 most important and influential cities in the world.
West France is known to be the wine district. Covering several wine-producing areas situated respectively inland from and south of, the wine region of Bordeaux. This is a great place for yacht charters who love good wines and are interested in wine tasting events.