2015 Collection of Gardens, History and Gastronomy Tours in France

Published on : Saturday, May 30, 2015

download (2)French Incoming, using inside knowledge of France, and working with its team of garden and culinary experts, has developed new and very different tours in Normandy, Burgundy and Dordogne, based on the theme of gardens and culture. It goes without saying that any tour of France should feature food and wine – but these tours go one step further, discovering the local markets, recipes and specialties, brought to life by its very own chef.

These special boutique tours are designed for clients who appreciate a diverse range of cultural interests. They will appeal to the discerning traveler, who equally enjoys visiting a dream garden , an enchanting château, a beautiful ancient abbey, or a quaint medieval village. The tours are also designed to take in the breathtaking scenery of the most beautiful French regions.

Normandy, often called “the garden of France,” provides a picturesque backdrop to the tour, which is rich in exceptional garden visits. Discover the Normandy coastline, the WWII D-Day beaches and memorials. One cannot visit Normandy without discovering Mont St. Michel, steeped in history and included in the itinerary. A full program in this pretty region.
Normandy Tour Dates: June 24th to June 30th, 2015 (Paris to Paris)
Price: $4,979.00 per person (supplement of $520 for a trip in a single room)

Burgundy is a historically fascinating and beautiful region to discover. Known worldwide, of course, for its exceptional wines, vineyards are well represented in the itinerary, and you will also be spending time in Beaune and Dijon. Visit gardens of varying styles, from classic French to simple Monastic. And of course some magnificent Burgundy châteaux.
Burgundy Tour Dates: June 24th to June 30th, 2015 (Paris to Dijon)
Price: $4,649.00 per person supplement of $430 for a trip in a single room)

The Dordogne is famous for its picturesque scenery and its fabulous food and wine! The Dordogne, home to several important pre-historic sites, has beautiful and botanically interesting gardens – from historic to modern, sculptured to natural. This is an off the beaten track tour, packed with a wealth of surprising discoveries and visual delights.
Dordogne Tour Dates: September 2nd to September 7th, 2015 (Paris to Bordeaux)
Price: $4,849.00 per person (supplement of $520 for a trip in a single room)

A day which begins with a visit to an awe inspiring classic French château and its gardens, moves on to a World Heritage Site Romanesque Abbey, and ends with discovering a refreshingly natural, English style garden. However, although the days are packed with interest, customers appreciate having time to fully enjoy each site, and to soak up the atmosphere at their own pace. With this in mind, sometimes half a day is devoted to just one site, in order to have time to linger awhile, and not be hurried.

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