Boating Holidays in France
If you are considering a boating holiday or more especially a canal boating holiday, then a boating holiday in France should be at the top of your list.
On a French boating holiday you can cruise through some of the most varied countryside in Europe. Each region offers its own special landscapes, history and local cuisine.
A French boating holiday is the only way to really experience the variety of France. Travel at that leisurely pace that enables you to fully appreciate the beautiful French countryside and architecture.
The choice for your boating holiday in France is wide-ranging. In north west France there is Anjou and Brittany, land of cider, crepes and gallettes. In the east of France there are the canals and rivers of Alsace and Lorraine. This is an area of rolling hills and forests, French beers and crisp white wines. Central France is Burgundy country, with a many local wines to complement the variery of local dishes. The cruising areas here offer many interesting and historical towns if you fancy an afternoon stroll. In the south of France lies the fabulous Carmargue, with a huge variety of wildlife, including flamingoes and capybaras - the world's largest rodent. Also here is the Canal du Midi which runs from the Mediterannean to the Atlantic. It is the oldest artificial waterway in Europe and is now a World Heritage site
A French boating holiday enables you to travel leisurely though beautiful countryside, visiting fascinating towns and villages, eating wonderul foos in the local restaurants or dining al fresco on board as the mood takes you. Add to that the wonderful selection of local wines and you have that ideal holiday - a boating holiday in France.