5 Different Ways to Holiday in France in 2014


France is endowed with a variety of water bodies such as rivers, lakes and streams which attract holiday makers for an unforgettable fishing experience. Carp fishing, cat fishing and pike fishing are just some of the fishing experiences you might be exposed to in France. Whether you want to fish in a stream, river or lake make sure to have a license to avoid being caught up in the law. Alternatively, book a full package with an authorized travel agency and they will sort out the legal requirements for you.


A mobile home holiday is a great way to explore France at your own pace and enjoying the outdoors with the added benefits of furniture and equipment for a home away from home feel.  A mobile holiday home helps you appreciate the beautiful countryside and also experience local cuisines along the way. You also get to meet with other likeminded travelers and exchange travel ideas and also travel from one interesting region to the next.


Skiing holidays to France are popular especially with the resorts in the French Alps such as Courchevel, Chamonix and Meribel. These areas have some incredible accommodation, with Meribel chalets amongst the best in the world. It has two ski regions, the Alps and the Pyrenees both offering extreme ski areas in the world. Les Trois Vallees is the largest ski resort in the world which consists of the famed three valleys. Font Romeu is the oldest ski resort in France located in the Pyrenees. There are also places you can ski even during summer such as Tignes or Val‘d’ Isere.


If you spend a whole day stuck in the office and you are seeking a much needed relaxed break then think about a boating holiday in France. It is a place with varied landscapes and as you cruise along the numerous rivers and canals, you will not only relax and get away from it all, you also get to see most things that most people will never see. It will enable you to experience the beautiful countryside and architecture from Roman to Renaissance periods along with the chateaux dotted along the banks. With its diverse landscapes, France will intrigue you whichever region that you choose; from Normandy to Brittany and to Burgundy.


France is a dream destination for many and with its variety of landscapes it offers thousands of camping sites for anyone seeking an outdoor experience in France. It is a great way to spend your holiday exploring the different places and attractions. Camping in France is no longer what it used to be in the past, in fact there are vast amount of campsites with lots of facilities ranging from basic to sheer luxury. The camping sites are rated in the same manner as hotels so the more the number of stars that a campsite is rated, the better it is equipped and inevitably the more expensive it is. Whether you wish to pitch your tent for a period or hop from one campsite to the next, camping holidays offer flexibility.