French Holiday & Travel

Information for visitors to France

 

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FRENCH

Romance Language of 128 Million
An invaluable resource for anyone planning to visit France with over 100 sections taking you from basic French phrases with pronunciation guides, through grammar and language structure to colloquial expressions and abbreviations.


French Holiday

Travel in France - Visit Paris In spring time, when the air is filled with the scent of blossom, Cote D'Azure where summer is long and lazy and never too hot. As Christmas draws closer, the markets are selling crèpes, hot chestnuts, mulled wine, fresh truffles, and foie gras so prized by epicures the world over. See the many châteaux that make up the architectural heritage of France. Prehistoric man, the Gauls, the Romans, the Franks all came here and settled, come and find a past that still lives on today. A holiday in France will be one of the most rewarding and exhilarating experiences.

Our aim is to help you in preparing for your holiday in france with useful hints and tips about the country and people of France, the documentation you will need and some useful phrases to ease your way. We hope to provide some insight into rules and regulations so that you will gain the most from your holiday. We will arm you with the information that it is only wise for visitors to France to know. To this end we have brought together some useful facts and information to ensure your well earned vacation in France begins as you would expect the perfect break to begin and sends you home feeling relaxed, refreshed and with wondrous memories you will treasure forever.

This information is not written in any particular order of importance, each category is all important in its own right and there's quite a lot of it to take in at one time so please bookmark this page for future reference.

Hidden and not so Hidden Gems of St Cyprian

Arriving at St Cyprien you are first greeted, by the commercial area with Carrefour Supermarket which has a very handy chemist, plus other stores including a DIY and a household electrical stores which we have found very useful. Head up to the town and you reach the main street the Rue Gambetta.

Along this charming road there are many restaurants and bars, a good fresh fish shop and a number of boutiques, there is also an excellent shop selling beautiful cabinets and stone hand basins for the bathroom. If you are looking for a coffee, a meal or simply a stroll taking in the French atmosphere, this is the street to head for. The tourist information office is on this street and they can give you a very useful map for exploring the old town.

Our not so Hidden Gem. If you use the Credit Agricole bank in St Cyprian you will have noticed across the road from the bank a very interesting Roman style sunken garden which is I am afraid to say is somewhat neglected now but you can imagine how wonderful it once was. ... Continued...