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The Vosges mountains, Mont Blanc as the mountain of the Alpine landscape and the Luberon and Camargue nature parks - France's natural landscapes are among the most beautiful in all of Europe and in one of the selected mountain hotels, holidaymakers enjoy only the best of the best: stylishly furnished rooms, excellent French cuisine and their own wellness areas for relaxation. Both in summer and winter, the hotels and regions have their very own charm: skiing is excellent in the Vosges mountains and the island of Corsica invites you to go hiking followed by a day at the beach.

Mountain Hotels France

The French Alps are best enjoyed during a stay in one of the many mountain hotels: France is a country characterised by wild nature in the north, gentle beaches in the south and a magnificent mountain world in the east. Whether in the Vosges Mountains or at the foot of Mont Blanc: real French country life, rustic accommodation and many sporting opportunities are offered above all in the mountain hotels. France is of course also known for its culinary specialities, such as the famous mountain cheeses. For this reason, a holiday in a mountain hotel in France is a real highlight - for ski fans and beach holidaymakers as well as for friends of fine French cuisine.


Mountain hotels in France: The most important regions & places at a glance

Mountain hotels in the east of France: The Vosges mountains, the Alpine landscape & the Haut-Jura nature park

© Hôtel Le Golfe, Piscine & Spa Casanera The east of France is not only home to first-class mountain hotels, the region also boasts fantastic mountain landscapes and offers unique natural experiences: Whether Mont Blanc as the highest mountain in the Alps, the beautiful Vosges low mountain range or the Haut-Jura Regional Nature Park - holidaymakers can look forward to spectacular natural landscapes and great hiking routes between idyllic little villages, waterfalls, rivers and forests. Popular holiday resorts include Huez, Les Gets and Crozet. But you can also find beautiful mountain hotels in Araches or La Clusaz. Not only do you have a fantastic view of the mountain landscapes from your own room, but the immediate proximity of the mountains also means that hiking or cycling tours are always possible. Many people also come to the beautiful villages of eastern France in winter. This is when the ski season opens and fairytale snowy landscapes show their most beautiful side. In the Vosges, the ski resorts of La Bresse, Gérardmer and Ventron are among the favourites. Or you can opt for a mountain hotel in the beautiful town of Annecy. Situated directly on the Alpine landscape, the charming town impresses above all with its culture and historic buildings. Holidaymakers can spend a leisurely day in the old town and pass sights such as the famous Château d'Annecy, the Palais de I'lle and the Notre-Dame-de-Liesse church. The old town lies directly on the river Le Thiou and has many beautiful cafés on the waterfront, where you can simply linger a while and soak up the surroundings. Mountain Hotels in the South of France: Regional Nature Parks Luberon & Camargue

The south of France also invites you to discover beautiful natural landscapes. In the Camargue Regional Nature Park in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, guests can look forward to beautiful natural landscapes and a habitat of diverse bird species. In the Middle Camargue, for example, you can often see water birds and pink flamingos. The south, on the other hand, is mainly characterised by sandy beaches and saltwater lagoons. Meanwhile, the Luberon National Park is characterised by rivers and streams, rock faces and gorges. In addition to beautiful hiking routes, there are also some hot spots for climbing. The best mountain hotels and starting points for experiencing the unique nature parks of southern France are the towns of Gordes and Les Baux de Provence. If you like, you can relax in a beautiful mountain hotel or go on a discovery tour through the nature parks.

Mountain hotels in Corsica: beach holidays & skiing in winter

The luxury island of Corsica is known to most for its absolute dream beaches. In the bay of Calvi, on the beach of Saleccia and in Santa Giulia, holidaymakers can relax perfectly and enjoy the Mediterranean sun of southern France. But what many people don't know is that Corsica also has fascinating mountain landscapes and leads past the most beautiful viewpoints on the island on exciting hiking routes. Whether the Cap Corse, Castaniccia or the Alta Rocca - steep mountain landscapes alternate with chestnut forests and especially the tours along the coast promise impressive panoramas in a class of their own. Beautiful mountain hotels can be found in Serra-di-Ferro in the southwest of the island. In addition to beaches and mountain hikes, Corsica also has many sights: From the beautiful harbour towns of Bonifacio and Ajaccio to Monte Cinto, Capo Pertusato and the Fango Valley. In winter, Corsica shines in snow-white mountain landscapes and invites you to winter sports in beautiful ski resorts such as Ghisoni Capanelle, Haut Asco and Val d`Ese.

Getting to France

There are various ways to travel to France. The mountain hotels are usually idyllically located between mountain and natural landscapes and are therefore best reached by car or rental car. Coming from Baden-Württemberg, the A36 leads to the east of France, where there are many mountains and mountain hotels. Or you can fly to a larger city nearby, such as Geneva or Lyon. In the south of France, holidaymakers can easily travel to Marseille. From there, the mountain hotels are not far away. Corsica has three airports - Bastia, Ajaccio and Figari. Depending on the season, airlines offer direct flights to France from larger German cities. Another option would be to travel by train or long-distance bus. The advantage: stops are also made at smaller towns and communities of mountain hotels.

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