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Sweet, savoury, colourful and spicy... Overseas French cuisine is a veritable blend of cultures and an exotic culinary adventure.
Benoit Witz welcomes guests in a spectacular setting, at l'Hostellerie de l'Abbaye de la Celle, where he serves up seasonal Provencal dishes inspired from the land and the sea.
Executive chef at Alain Ducasse's Louis XV in Monaco's Hôtel de Paris, Franck Cerutti still resides in his hometown of Nice.
Michel Guérard, considered as one of the founders of Nouvelle Cuisine proudly displays his three Michelin stars at Les Prés d'Eugénie, his estate in the heart of Gascony
Combine the benefits of a wellness break with fine food ...
Provencal cuisine, centred on olive oil, fish, fine herbs and sun-filled fruits and vegetables, has that naturally delicious holiday smell.
Discover South Western cuisine, its foie gras, cassoulet, poule au pot and meat confit recipes that combine quality, authenticity and a true taste of the land.
Savour Alsatian cuisine, renowned for its many family-style specialties and, yes, the Alsace Wine Route.
From the Alps to the Pyrenees, and the Jura to the Auvergne, soups, cheeses and charcuterie take pride of place!
The Atlantic seaside and its well-known islands like Noirmoutier, Ré and Oléron boast a gastronomy that marries products of the sea and the soil.