Take it all in on this ultimate fifteen-day luxury trip to the French Riviera. Make your own perfume in Cannes, tour Provence's wineries, and set sail for the sunny Lérins Islands aboard a private boat. From the lavish castles of Monaco to the quiet old town streets and white-sand beaches of Saint-Tropez, this trip offers bespoke cultural and nature experiences.
France 15-Day Tours & Itineraries
You can cover a lot of ground with 15 days in France: you’ll have plenty of time to see Paris and get around to three or even four other destinations around the country. Take your time on a relaxed tour of Provence and the French Riviera or focus your attention (and your camera) on the alpine cheeses and sparkling blue lakes of eastern France. You could even cross the border to Spain to compare cava with champagne, and the landscapes that inspired Dalí to the flower fields that appear in Cezanne’s paintings, on a road trip that takes you to both sides of the Mediterranean coast.
Find out more about your options below, or read 15 Days in France - 4 Unique Itinerary Ideas for an overview.
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Road Trip Through Western France: Paris, Normandy, Brittany, Loire Valley, Bordeaux, & More - 15 Days
Fifteen days is enough time to get off the beaten path in western France on this road trip from Paris to Bordeaux. Start in the capital city, where you'll visit the Louvre and enjoy afternoon walks along the Seine River. Head west along the Atlantic Coast to explore WWII history and explore small fishing villages and beaches, then continue south for countryside castles, Bordeaux wine, and the famed Arcachon oysters.
Frolic for 15 days through France's eastern hotspots as you follow your expert new friends along this route. From pastries in Paris and Champagne in Reims, to Alsatian wines and Alpine cheeses, down to the glittering indulgence of the French Riviera, you're sure to leave fully sated.
Your fifteen-year-olds might smell like Cro Magnon man, but they've never seen anything like the prehistoric Lascaux cave—a perfect recreation of the original. See this and more on this fifteen-day tour, including ascending to the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, viewing a D-Day documentary film in Normandy, and learning to make Bordeaux caneles (the sweet cakes) as a family.
If fifteen luxurious days in Paris and Provence sound perfect to you, look no further. With bespoke daily activities ranging from cooking classes to private sailing trips, there's no shortage of unforgettable experiences. Sample wine in Provence, soak in art and history in Marseille, and tour romantic Avignon and the old-world Luberon valley.
Fifteen days is enough time to dive deep into several of France's most popular regions (and understand why they're a favorite!) Start in Paris, where mornings of fresh-baked pastries and hot espressos meld seamlessly into evenings of red wine and charcuteries. See the Chateau Chambord, immerse yourself in Avignon's history, and end your trip on a sunny note—along the warm beaches of the French Riviera.
Discover Provence by E-Bike: Grignan, Vaison, Sault, Roussillon, Fontaine de Vaucluse, Avignon, & More - 15 Days
Follow the lavender roads through the heart of Provence and explore medieval villages on this 15-day e-bike itinerary. Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the medieval Avignon, browse Provençal food markets to find local specialties, and see Roussillon’s famous ochre cliffs. Soak in the "douceur de Vivre" and let the electric assistance pedaling system do all the work!
As one of France's first wine regions, Provence has been making wine for more than 2,000 years. Taste the fruits of all that historic expertise and more on this 15-day road trip. You'll stay in six different cities in the region, exploring everything from soapmaking to Sauternes, and modern museums to Roman ruins, as you take in all that Provence has to offer.
Spain and France Road Trip: Barcelona, Carcassonne, Verdon Gorge, Aix-en-Provence, Lyon, & More - 15 Days
If fifteen days exploring the Mediterranean Coast and back roads of Provence sounds perfect to you, keep reading. This itinerary starts in Barcelona, where you'll find the best tapas in the world—bar none. From here, follow Salvador Dali's footsteps in Catalan, then cross the border to France where medieval castles, farmers markets, and Europe's biggest canyon await your discovery.
Spend fifteen days exploring Paris and the western regions on this luxurious itinerary. Start in the City of Lights, where you'll stroll the Champs de Mars under the twinkle of the Eiffel Tower and eat your weight in croissants. Head to the coast for apple cider tours, fresh seafood, and the famed Normandy beaches. End the trip in the Loire Valley to go wine tasting and see where Da Vinci spent his last years.
Learn how to say important phrases like, "no more, thank you, I'm stuffed," on this 15-day itinerary through the epicurean delights of western France. Whether you're sampling cheese and pastries in Paris, the mushrooms and wines of the Loire Valley, cannelé pastries and even more wine in Bordeaux, or oysters in Arcachon, there's a new gastronomical adventure around every corner.
Indulge all of your senses, especially your sense of adventure, on this 15-day trip. You'll cruise to isolated islands in the Mediterranean, inhale the fragrant flower fields of Provence, scope out sunset summits, and more, frequently accompanied by expert guides and professional photographers to make sure you absorb the experience from every angle.