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100 interesting things to do in France

Would you read detailed, 8,000-word guide on the 100 best things to do in France that is packed with tips and advice? Just visit the Your RV Lifestyle website!


France is for many years the country most visited by tourists. This is due to its diversity, both in terms of landscapes and wildlife, as well as a legacy of history. Particulary interesting is the south of France: Provence and the Cote d'Azur.

French Riviera

Cote d'Azur (known also as French Riviera) is the area of the Mediterranean coast between Marseille and the Italian-French border. It is characterized by an extremely friendly (mild and sunny) climate and a exceptional high number of sunny days a year.


Italy is a country very rich in history, traditions and the culture. Traces of Italy's great past can be found all over the country. The best way to experience the culture of Italy, is immersing in some towns and villages.


Monaco is a miniature state, which lies on the Mediterranean, between Nice and Menton, surrounded on three sides by France. Its size (about 2 km2) makes it the second smallest country in the world (after the Vatican).


Provence is a region that lies on the Mediterranean Sea and is located between the Côte d'Azur and Languedoc. It is a kingdom of lavender and olive trees. Although some say that the Cote d'Azur belongs to Provence, it can be distinguished as a separate area due to its unique character.

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