We also offer canoes for hire so you can enjoy the rush of the rapids with your family and friends. All our guides are local, trained to keep you (and you can choose to be with a group or alone) safe during this exhilarating experience.
We offer a guided kayaking holiday in South-West France. K paddles are the best for this experience, as the rapids are calm enough to be safe and allow beginners to get a feel for the fun. A fantastic experience for those who know what they are doing and want to make the most of their holiday.
If you’re feeling pressured at times when you’re traveling, try the canoe holiday and you will find a lot of relaxation. You will have plenty of new experiences to partake in and enjoy, as well as companions who will keep you company and help you experience a new place.
Choosing a Destination
If you are looking for a new experience and live in the Cote d’Azur region, head to Avignon, a wonderful city on the River Seine. The city boasts many historical aspects and there are lots to see and do.
Visit the city in the Spring and you can take a fun day trip from your accommodation, surrounded by the French gardens and the passionate cafes. In the evening, go to the Tencau Fest Eco-swing Dance and if you are feeling particularly active, take on the slopes at the Mtabreic – a large amusement park made up of a village featuring funfairs, games, and musical entertainment.
Spend your holiday in Provence
You can visit Provence to take part in the Carnival or simply relax by the shore and soak up the Mediterranean atmosphere in one of the popular Provence holiday resorts. Consider visiting once during the Carnival and then returning at the end of the festival, 30th of March.
This colorful and joyous festival Explora la Garis, held every 29th of July and is the best time to indulge in the arts and take in the lively atmosphere. The entire city seems to come alive and it’s a great time to soak up the Mediterranean atmosphere and watch the colorful parade.
The city is easy to reach and has comfortable ski holiday accommodation, with many excellent restaurants, lively nightlife, and plenty of sites to enjoy. However, the city doesn’t stop here: why not take a trip to the Palais des Papes in the South-west of the city, where you will find one of the most impressive Gothic architecture anywhere in the world. Other visitor attractions include the sights of the Cemetery of the Innocents, a Roman inn used pre-Roman times and boasting more than four hundred rooms.
If you love history, no holiday to Provence would be complete without a trip to the Cathedral of St. Etienne. With its organ playing in the background, this church is one of the most beautiful examples of medieval architecture in the whole of France. The main area of the cathedral is aground, giving it a very special atmosphere.
The Valencian coast is home to more than two hundred villages and towns. A popular choice for holidays in Provence, the towns and villages are typically Spanish and keep a traditional feel – while at the same time, they are very strongly influenced by France. The famous port of Marseille makes an appearance here and locals usually say ‘Ai marmi le garon’ (we made it).