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France is a country that offers a learning experience that is affordable to everyone. Some of our most popular destinations for school trips to France are The Opal Coast (immediately below), Brittany, Picardy and The Somme, Normandy, Paris, Lyon and the South.

A school trip to France can cover all areas of the National Curriculum including languages, art, history, technology, science and geography trips.

The Opal Coast

The close proximity of the Opal Coast gives you the opportunity to introduce your students to the culture and sights of French life.

We offer a huge variety of educational school visits to the Opal Coast including:


 “We would all just like to say a huge thank you for this successful and most enjoyable trip to France. Everything went to plan! The accommodation was really suitable, the food was plentiful and delicious, the location was ideal.”

Prince Albert School, Birmingham

St Malo, Brittany

St Malo is a walled city in Brittany, Northwest of France. The old town is a maze of medieval streets bursting with history and culture.  The Intra-Muros, the ancient walled town with its stunning Gothic and Romanesque architecture forms the heart of St Malo. Considered by many to be the most attractive channel port in France, St Malo makes a fantastic base for a school language trip to Brittany.

Recommended visits in Brittany:

  • Le Mont Saint-Michel – magical island topped by medieval town and monastery
  • Guided tour of St Malo and the Intra-Muros
  • Visit a traditional French market
  • Boat trip around the Baie of Corsaire
  • St Malo Grand Aquarium
  • La Ferme Marine – visit an oyster farm
  • La Maison des Produits du Terroir et Gastronomie – tasting of local produce
  • Visit a Biscuiterie – demonstration and tasting of local biscuits
  • Cancale – local fishing town famous for its oyster farming
  • Dinan – impressive medieval riverside town
  • Pointe de Grouin – brillantly located headland with amazing views

Picardy and the Somme

Picardy is mainly famous for its battlefields in the First and Second World Wars and in particular the Somme. Today this dramatic period in history can be explored by visiting the many memorial, museums and cemeteries that can be found throughout the area.

Visits to the Somme:

WW1 Trenches*


With its D-Day landing beaches and the World War II battlefields Normandy has become one of the most important destinations for school history tours.

Suggested visits would be:


Normandy is also celebrated for its historical towns and local produce, so for a more cultural and language experience why not visit:


Paris is a beautiful city and with its vast array of attractions, iconic landmarks and close proximity to the Disneyland Paris and Parc Asterix theme parks, it offers something for everyone.


We had an absolute fantastic time! The hotel was lovely, the timings of activities was perfect and Andy the bus driver was beyond excellent. So to sum the trip up I would say it was pretty perfect!

I will be in contact soon for quotes for next year. Thank you ever so much for your organisation and help with planning this wonderful trip. (Sewell Park School, Norwich)


Found in the south west of France, Bordeaux is famous for its wine production and is one of the most lovely and historical cities in all of France.

Suggested visits:

The Loire

The Loire Valley is in the heart of France and is famous for its natural beauty, beautiful historic towns, magnificent château and wine production.

Suggested visits for your school trip the the Loire region:


Famous for its history of silk maiking and outstanding cuisine, we think Lyon makes a great destination for a school trip to France. Lyon is easily accessible by Eurostar and with flights.

Suggested Lyon visits:

 South of France – Languedoc-Rousillon

The Languedoc-Rousillon in the South of France offers a huge range of visits for a school trip to France.

Sights to see in the Languedoc-Rousillon region include:

  • Carcassonne medieval city

    Pont du Gard*

  • Pont du Gard
  • The Camargue National Park
  • La Clamouse Caves
  • Beziers ancient city
  • Nimes (Roman city)
  • Narbonne (Roman city)
  • Aqualand Water Park
  • Beaches

If you are considering a school activity trip, then this region can offer you numerous possibilities, including:

  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Mountain biking
  • Tree climbing
  • Rugby

Theme Parks

We can arrange a complete package for your trip including the itinerary, accommodation, transport, tours and visits. Please get in touch with us today.

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