It will surely be a dream to sail with extremely experienced Skippers around the coast of Corsica from the Calanques of Piana to the Citadel of Bonifacio. With Girls Guide to Paris you will see this beautiful French island the way it's meant to be seen, from the water. Visit Napoleon’s birthplace, basque in the warm gentle waters of late September and dine on fresh seafood and Italian specialities washed down by superb Corsican wines.
Just because you haven’t heard of an area, doesn’t mean that its not spectacular. This is a place where the French vacation and it is filled with plus beaux villages de France (the most beautiful villages in France). Its is a contrast in richness having both extraordinarily beautiful countryside, hill-top historic villages as well as the ancient and awesome city of Albi home to Toulouse Lautrec. With Girls Guide to Paris you will canoe, walk and discover the secrets of this fairytale land rich with foie gras, rolling fields, hearty red wines and roquefort cheese.
There are many ways to experience Paris. But to us, Paris is infectious because of its extreme uncensored beauty. Its beauty resides in its architecture, its bridges, its history, its florists, its gardens and its interiors. This tour as imagined by Doni Belau founder of Girls’ Guide to Paris and author of Paris Cocktails is a collaboration with the talented photographer Georgianna Lane author of Paris in Bloom, Vintage Roses and many other photography books with a focus on France and flowers. During this week we’ll explore the city of light and perfect our photography skills whether you’re a beginner or a pro using a digital camera or an iphone. All you have to do to enjoy this tour is to cherish style, gardens, flowers and beauty.
Discover Provence and its regional products : olive oil, cheese, truffles, nougat, chocolate and of course local wines, including the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape. You will have “hands on” cooking classes with some of the best French Chefs in the region, as well as visits to markets, herb gardens, vineyards, local restaurants and cultural sites.