MFCH Regional Guides

by Natalie Becci

A mix of French and German culture makes Strasbourg one of the most interesting towns to visit in France. Located near the German border, the region has a strong identity and traditions built on both country’s customs. Discover the city with us, including how to navigate its legendary Christmas markets.

When the amber light of the early autumn sun hits the rouging vines that drape Cognac’s rolling hills, it seems as though you can already taste the region’s famed brandy before it even touches your lips. 

A serene natural landscape embodying all the traditional charms of the Savoy, Annecy is an enchanting setting to reconnect with nature and refresh the spirit.

When it comes to skiing, few places in Europe can match Les 3 Vallées. From glistening slopes, to forests littered with snow-capped branches, to traditional villages filled with log cabins – the slope style here is nothing short of picturesque. 

Magnificent coastlines, “chocolate box” architecture, and a rich gastronomic heritage make Normandy one of France’s most beloved regions. Start planning a trip to nourish your mind, body, and soul.

With its numerous royal chateaux and beautiful landscapes along the wide Loire river, the Valley is one of France’s most-visited regions. Rolling vineyards, pretty stone towns, and a wide selection of excellent hotels and restaurants await.

Spanning only three and a half miles from end-to-end, Monaco is the second-smallest country in the world, behind the Vatican. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for in, well… everything else.

Known for its opulent royal château, the city of Versailles is equally marvelous and well worth exploring for a weekend.

Petite but impressive, Honfleur creates an everlasting memory for all who visit it. Discover this little Normandy fishing village that captured both the hearts and paintbrushes of many Impressionists.

Multisensory and authentic, Provence is France at its most spellbinding.  From postcard-perfect villages, awe-inspiring vistas, and local produce, come with us and fall for all of Provence’s charms.

Bursting with untamed natural beauty, Porto Vecchio has everything you need for a memorable trip to the heart of the Mediterranean.


Burgundy’s gastronomic reputation and impressive history make its capital Beaune and nearby vineyards amongst France’s most-visited destinations.  

For those drawn to the roar of the waves and the invigorating sea air, Brittany’s coast beckons.  

Welcome to the verdant and mysterious land of the Périgord Noir, where history, gastronomy, and spectacular scenery vie for the visitor’s affection.

Thousands of years of history, a burgeoning gastronomic scene, quaint villages and a rugged, untouched landscape, the Gard has all the charm of Provence with half the tourists. 

With an enticing blend of urban innovation and 18th-century savoir-faire, visitors flock to this Nouvelle-Aquitaine capital for its wealth of cultural, artistic, gastronomic, and unique local experiences.

Deeply rooted in history, Fontainebleau, southeast of Paris, boasts grandiosity from its royal Château to its famous forest. Just an hour’s drive from the capital, look no further for a trip fit for a king.

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