Beaches, rugged coastline, vineyards, snow-covered Alpine peaks and an extensive historical heritage will make your language study trip to France a unique experience.
A language study trip to France offers terrific variety. Three sides of the country are surrounded by three different seas, which all influence it in different ways. The South is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys a Mediterranean climate with lots of sunshine. The Côte d'Azur has some wonderful coastline with steep rocky cliffs and charming sandy beaches that disappear into turquoise-blue waters – a veritable paradise for swimmers. With its high waves, the Atlantic Coast is one of the most popular surfing destinations in Europe. In the North, Brittany and Normandy are renowned for their spectacular scenery and endless mudflats – in particular the Alabaster coast, where high chalk cliffs drop straight into the sea.
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France is a land of gourmets. It is known throughout the world for its fine cuisine and wines. Learning French in France can, therefore, be combined with the equally notorious "savoir vivre", leisure and pleasure. Restaurants and charming little street cafés invite you to take a seat and relax, while vineyards offer tours and tastings. Various cultures have left their mark on the country throughout its chequered history. As a result, there are plenty of impressive palaces, historic town centres, castles, monasteries, cathedrals and historic monuments to visit after your language classes in France. Winter sports enthusiasts will find numerous ski resorts in the French Alps, including the biggest ski area in the world.