In towns and cities across both regions of Normandy, the Normandy Impressionist Festival, is to return for its third edition between April 16 and September 26 2016.
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While France has been long associated with romance, theres one place thats more romantic than anywhere else the little village of St Valentin.
Packed with annual traditions as well as sporting and one-off events, 2016 in France is shaping up to be a great year, promising something for everyone.
New reforms now mean that towns such as the French Riviera resorts of Cannes and Nice will now be able to open their shops on Sundays.
The southern French region of Provence is synonymous with its sweeping lavender fields their colour, texture and scent all capturing the essence of Provence.
One of the Dordogne region?s premier food festivals is the Fête de la Noix, which celebrates the area?s rich cuisine of nuts, especially walnuts, in the town of Sarlat.
Lovers of tasty French crêpes will simply love celebrating La Chandeleur, a national holiday which takes place annually on February 2.
From June 10-July 10, France will be the host of Europe?s biggest football tournament, Euro 2016, with matches taking place in nine cities.
The Violet Festival, or ?Fête des Violettes?, has been a long-standing tradition in Tourrettes-sur-Loup, just a few miles from the French Riviera.
Situated on the River Garonne, Bordeaux is the capital of France?s world-famous wine region, home to numerous 18th and 19th century mansions as well as museums.