France

 

Industrialization came relatively late to France, and for all the millions of French people that live in cities, the idea persists that theirs is a rural country. The importance of the land reverberates throughout French culture, manifesting itself in areas as diverse as regional pride in local cuisine and the state’s fierce defence of Europe’s agricultural subsidies. Perhaps the most striking feature of the French countryside is the sense of space. There are huge tracts of woodland and undeveloped land without a house in sight, and, away from the main urban centres, hundreds of towns and villages have changed only slowly and organically over the years, their old houses and streets intact, as much a part of the natural landscape as the rivers, hills and fields.

 

There are all kinds of pegs on which to hang a holiday in France: a city, a region, a river, a mountain range, gastronomy, cathedrals, châteaux. All that open space means there’s endless scope for outdoor activities, from walking, canoeing and cycling to skiing and sailing, but if you need more urban stimuli – clubs, shops, fashion, movies, music – then the great cities provide them in abundance.

 

 France

 

 

 

Available Timeshare Resales

 

 

Club le Bristol
Club No.1 Nice Cote d'Azure
Domaine de Garlande
Garden Club
Jausiers Vacances La Residence Normande
Le Domaine de l'Ardilouse Le Golfe Bleu
Les Arcs-Village le Charvet Les Jardins d'Ulysse
Maeva Clubhotel Hyeres Port Maeva Clubhotel Megeve Mont D'Arbois
Maeva Clubhotel Meribel Les Allues Maeva Clubhotel Plagne Bellecote
Maeve Inter Residences Tignes Malibu Village
Marina Baie des Anges Marriott Village d'lle-de-France
Reberty Les Menuires Residence Acropolis
Residence Vacances No.1 Royal Regency