- 4-day tour to Normandy, Saint-Malo, Mont Saint-Michel and France’s châteaux country
- Discover three different regions of France in four days
- Tour Rouen’s medieval Old Town with your guide
- Relax in the delightful seaside town of Honfleur
- Visit Omaha Beach on the Normandy coast, site of the World War II Normandy landings
- Discover Saint-Malo and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Mont Saint-Michel
- 3-star accommodation and most meals included
- Visit famous French châteaux such as Cheverny, Chambord and the Château du Clos Lucé, official residence of Leonardo da Vinci in the world renowned Loire Valley
Recent Photos of This Tour
- ChambordPhoto by: Kevin F
- ChenonceauPhoto by: Kevin F
- VillandryPhoto by: Kevin F
- AmboisePhoto by: Kevin F
- LangeaisPhoto by: Kevin F
- SaumurPhoto by: Kevin F
- Mont St. MichelPhoto by: Kevin F
- American CemetaryPhoto by: Kevin F
- HonfleurPhoto by: Kevin F
- RouenPhoto by: Kevin F
- St MahloPhoto by: Gai R
Australia, 10 2009
- St Mahlo seafoodPhoto by: Gai R
Australia, 10 2009
- Villandry gardenPhoto by: Gai R
Australia, 10 2009
What You Can Expect
With your knowledgeable guide, spend Day 1 along the Normandy coast, visiting Rouen, Honfleur and Omaha Beach. Day 2 takes you to the walled city of St-Malo and then Mont St-Michel, a UNESCO-listed site famous for its unique perch on a small rocky island. Days 3 and 4 are reserved for the dreamy castles of the Loire Valley, including Château de Langeais, Château du Clos Lucé, Château de Chambord and Château de Chenonceau.
- Salmon Salad
- Roast turkey, green beans and tomato Provencal
- Iced Nougat and berry coulis
Our guide and driver were marvelous. I saw and learned so much. Very pleasant hotels. With the walking and stairs I didn't have to worry about calories.
I really enjoyed my time on this tour. We did so much that the 4 days felt like two weeks! The highlight for me was Mt. Saint Michel, a must go place in France.
Veronique did a great job guiding this tour in several languages, the cities were beautiful and the experience was unforgettable
Very comprehensive tour, like it except one of English and Italian tour guide is very rude. She screamed to the other visitors who were bit loud at the site, and if you were bit late for bus, she blamed and pointed finger to you.
Very good trip.
Janet D Australia
Excellent tour. Efficiently covers a lot of countryside and you are escorted by very knowledgeable and professional guides. Great accommodation. Loved Normandy, Brittany and the Loire Valley. We had a great group - highly recommended.
This trip is an excellent way to see a lot of France in only a few days. The tour is a large group, and covered in multiple languages, but the guides (Adrian and Carlos) did an outstanding job of accommodating everyone. The bus and hotels were comfortable. Plenty of time in most of the sites, but I would have liked more time at Mont St. Michel and Chambord. The tour is a very good value for everything that is included.
Bernard H New Zealand
Well worth it. Very much enjoyed. Guides were full of knowledge. Would recommend.
Gai R Australia
This was my and my husband's first multi-day tour. All in all we had a good time. Our guide, Corinne, was very knowledgeable and gave us information that made the viewing more interesting and added to our general store of knowledge. The bus was very comfortable. My husband has a bad back, and because the bus was never full, he was able to utilize the back row of seats. The windows all over were big and allowed great viewing of the sights. This is especially true on the small country roads in Normandy where we could see the thatched roofs on the cottages up close. Although there were adequate bathroom stops, the bus bathroom did come in handy and was clean and comfortable. We were lucky enough to have good weather for half the trip, so sites like Honfleur and the chateau Chenonceau were particularly beautiful. Sights like Omaha Beach and Mont. St. Michel were almost better in rainy ominous weather. The hotels we stayed in were quite comfortable, modern and clean. The breakfasts were delicious, with a huge array of pastries, cold cuts, eggs, fruits, etc. Lunches were up to us, and since I did research online ahead of time, we found a couple of really good restaurants. My main complaint were the dinners provided by the hotels. With a couple of notable exceptions, the dishes were not very flavorful and were in fact rather odd. When the kitchens fell back on traditional French cooking, it was much better. Frankly, I would rather have the option to pay for dinner myself. One thing we discovered is that the nature of the tour was a little hard-going for us. It would have been easier to be able to return to the bus when we got tired, and the early rising and little time between arriving at the hotels and dinner kept us somewhat tired. It is understandable, though, that a tour has to keep us going to make best use of the time. In retrospect we are glad we saw so much.