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France : with so much to offer and over 81.9 million foreign tourists in 2007, France is world's number one tourist destination (and has been for the past ~ 20 years). Contrasting landscapes, traditions galore, 40000 monuments including 10000 ch?teaux, abbeys and manor houses, 6000 museums, 1000 festivals... in France it is diversity that holds sway and the great wealth of its heritage provides remarkable evidence of this. Choose a photo gallery below to see the pictures I took in France. You can use these photos as a travel guide to France and see some pictures of : Bayeux, Biarritz, Etretat, Isola 2000, Lannion, Marseille, Paris, Saint Paul de Vence and Versailles. At the top of the page you can find a link to the conditions for using these pictures for free. You can also follow me on my Blog or on Twitter. Bon Voyage!
France Travel : if you are planning to travel to France, in addition to the pictures below, you can also check a selection of the Best Hotels in Paris.
July 14 Photos July 14 : celebrated throughout France with a mixture of solemn military parades and easygoing dancing and fireworks, the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 has been commemorated for more than a century. Click the image to see my pictures of the military parade in Paris.
Bayeux Photos Bayeux : this beautifuly city (also my hometown) has preserved its old historic centre with its mediaeval structure. Luckily its outstanding architectural heritage emerged unscathed from the Allied bombing raids of 1944 over Normandy. Click the image to see my pictures of Bayeux.
Biarritz Photos Biarritz : one of the principal resorts on the Côte Basque, and probably the most famous part of the Pays Basque, Biarritz came to fame in the mid 19th Century, when Empress Eug?nie built a Palace on the beach at Biarritz. Click the image to see my pictures of Biarritz.
Etretat Photos Etretat : of all the towns along the Alabaster Coast (Côte d’Albâtre) in Normandy, Etretat shines brightest with its famous chalk cliffs and needle loved as a subject by the Impressionists. Click the image to see my pictures of Etretat.
Isola 2000 Photos Isola 2000 : with its Mediterranean sunshine and exceptional snow cover, the resort of Isola 2000 built in the early seventies in the French Alps has become a paradise for the winter sports crowd: skiing, snow-boarding and free ride! Click the image to see my pictures of Isola 2000.
Lannion Photos Lannion : nestled in the peaceful Léguer valley between the Côte de Granit Rose and the Côte des Bruyères, Lannion as the capital of the Tr?gor area is the ideal destination to radiate and savour the pleasures of Brittany. Click the image to see my pictures of Lannion.
Marseille Photos Marseille : centered around its 26-century-old port, Marseille is a Provencal city with a dynamic downtown, big parks and a medieval-village-style neighborhood. This second largest city in France is full of sites and artifacts of Antiquity. Click the image to see my pictures of Marseille.
Mont Saint Michel Photos Mont Saint Michel : best known for its spectacular and well-preserved Norman Benedictine Abbey, the Mont-Saint-Michel was one of the first sites to obtain UNESCO World Heritage listing. Be amazed by the prodigious accomplishments of medieval architecture, by the forces of nature, and the ever-changing light. Click the image to see my pictures of the Mont Saint Michel.
Paris Photos Paris : without any doubt, Paris is the most seductive city on the planet, with beauty, art and romance in spade. Paris fascinates, astonishes, provokes, overwhelms, and ultimately gets under your skin. Click the image to see my pictures of Paris.
Saint Paul Photos Saint Paul de Vence : built on its rocky outcrop and surrounded by its ramparts, Saint Paul de Vence is certainly one of the most beautiful villages in Provence and for that reason is host to many artists. Click the image to see my pictures of Saint Paul.
Versailles Photos Versailles : official residence of the Court of France in 1682, Versailles symbolized the power of the absolute monarch and remains a magnificent example of French classical architecture. Click the image to see my pictures of Versailles.