cruise holidays in france




where to cruise


river cruise by region


  • Paris & normandy

    Panoramic tour of the capital city and visit of the covered walkways. Visit the famous Saint Germain des Prés district, with a rich past where history and creativity are the very essence of this legendary place. From Paris to the Norman coast. Contrasts between the French capital and the villages along the twists and turns of the Seine Versailles Château, a dazzling royal residence, Honfleur and its incomparable charm, The Landing Beaches, The "Côte Fleurie" and its string of seaside resorts, Rouen, a city of art and history.

  • The loire - royal legacy

    Discover a heritage with a rich tapestry, firmly rooted in history. A region committed to the legacy of its heritage and united by the royal river. The Loire Valley is rich not only in timeless beauty, legend and grace but teems with history. The Loire's beauty has remained largely unchanged over the centuries. Amble your way through narrow, charm filled, centuries old villages, discover hidden shops and open markets or chat to a local cheesemaker about his famous goat-cheese.

  • Champagne - Alsace

    The Champagne region stretches along the beautiful River Marne to the city of Epernay, home to renowned champagne houses as Moet & Chandon and Veuve Cliquot. Vineyards spread across undulating plains as far as the eye can see. In Alsace Lorraine, the unique blend of French and German cultures is evident. Baroque, Gothic and Romanesque architecture stands against the rolling vineyards and fairytale castles.

  • rhone & saone

    A new and original cruise on the canals of burgundy to discover the magnificient landscapes and villages of France. Burgundy is the most famous barging region in France, steeped in picturesque villages, Gothic churches, Renaissance Chateaux and hillsides of patchwork vineyards. Since Roman times, the Art of Living, "Art de Vivre", is encapsulated in Burgundy with history, gastronomic delights and fine wines. .

  • provence

    Breathe in the relaxation and warmth and light of The Mediterranean, as you navigate along the 300 year old Canal du Midi, meandering inland, lined with plane trees and cruise under superb arched bridges, linking ancient villages, miles of vineyards and Roman fortifications. Visit the walled city of Carcassonne, the most intact medieval fortified city in the world.

  • bordeaux - dordogne

    The region of l'Occitanie is a veritable palette of colors and scents emmanating from orchards and vineyards. You will learn of the region's artists and rural culture and visit historic fortified "bastides". Sit back and cruise by picturesque, ancient villages and quaint farms, sipping Bordeaux wine and sampling French food.