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RV Road Trip - 100 Things to do in France 9/20

The country of France is literally filled with medieval cities, alpine villages, and glorious beaches. Vineyards and wines make it world famous, as do the many classical museums and monuments. Ancient caves with prehistoric drawings, theatres and palaces, art galleries and eclectic villages – there is something for everyone in this amazing country!


41. The Camargue

This is an area, rather than a specific place. It is a natural area just south of Arles, and lies between the Mediterranean Sea and the Rhône River delta.
This was designated a ‘Wetland of International Importance’ in 1986. If you enjoy walking and wildlife, then spend some time here, and you will not be disappointed.
The area has over 400 species of birds so make sure you take your binoculars and camera.
Pack a picnic, and get your walking shoes on! Plan to spend the full day here.
Better still, drive your camper van or RV and stay as long as you like.


42. St Tropez

If awesome beaches and celebrity spotting is what you like, then head here! You can visit some famous resorts such as St. Tropez and Cannes. You can also pay a visit to the independent state of Monaco. Monaco used to be a health retreat back in the 18th century, although today it attracts the ‘well-off’ crowd.
Plan to spend at least a day, more if you can afford it!


43. Mont Blanc

This is the highest mountain in the Alps, in fact it is the highest anywhere in Europe west of the Caucasus Peak in Russia.
If hiking, skiing, and mountaineering is what you like, then this is something that you should see! It is also very popular with snowboarders.
There are three villages which surround Mont Blanc, one of them being Chamonix, which hosted the first Winter Olympics.
There is a cable car which goes up and then crosses the mountain range from Chamonix to Courmayeur.
Depending on what you plan to do, book a few nights in one of the villages and enjoy the snow!


44. Parc Astérix

This is a theme park, based on the stories of Asterix. The park is well known for the different roller coaster rides. It gets very popular in the summer season, so you should go early in the morning.
There are many cafés where you can buy food and refreshments.
Plan to spend a full day – if you have children, then they will insist on this!


45. Musée Picasso

If you enjoy visiting art galleries, then this will be a special treat for you to see. It is found in the Hôtel Salé in rue de Thorigny, Paris. Here you will see work by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. His work is dated between 1881 0 1973.
The house which holds the collection is said to be one of the finest historic homes in the city.
You may be able to see the collection in a half a day, although you might want to spend more time looking around the house and gardens.



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