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With world-renowned cuisine, 300 miles of Mediterranean coastline, a hip, artsy culture, and scores of deeply historic cities, there are plenty of reasons to book an all-inclusive holiday to France.

Add luxury resorts with hilltop pools, sprawling vineyards offering wine tasting sessions, and the delights of the French Riviera in the summer sunshine, and you’ve got the makings of a stress-free getaway. Plus, with plenty of flights from the UK and affordable resorts scattered across the country, France is perfect for a convenient, cheap holiday.

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Top all-inclusive resort towns in France

Whether you want to sip your way around iconic vineyards, glide down powdery slopes, or laze in the sunshine with a spritz, there’s a French resort town for you. Here are three to get you started.

French Riviera

It may be famous for boutique glamour and expensive tastes, but there are still a number of all-inclusive diamonds in the French Riviera. Here you can hop between some of the Mediterranean’s most striking beaches, from the city-side buzz of Marseille’s Plage des Catalans to the more mellow sands of Plage de la Bocca in Cannes.


Stay in Provence to sip vintages in the midst of ancient wine country. Enjoy a glass by the pool or, fine-dining style, in hilltop resort restaurants. When it’s time to relax, saunter to the spa, hit the golf course or play pétanque — a game similar to boules — under the shade of olive trees. Handing the reins of your all-inclusive trip over to the hotel staff makes for a stress-free stay.

French Alps

Swap your sun hat for skis and book a stay in the valleys of Vars, Samoëns or Bourg-Saint-Maurice for all-inclusive comfort with easy access to the slopes. Ski-in, ski-out, slip into heated pools or hot tubs, and enjoy your cosy evening meal with dramatic mountain views after an action-packed day.

All-inclusive beach holidays in France

France’s three distinct coastlines make for very different beach holidays. Head north for white cliffs and traditional seaside towns, west for Atlantic waves, and south for golden sands, clear Mediterranean waters and buckets of style.

Most of France’s all-inclusive resorts elegantly fringe its beautiful southern beaches. Antibes, near Cannes on the French Riviera, is a chic resort town famous for its star-shaped fort and yacht-filled marina. Sun-lounger views don’t get much better than this – and with a glass of something ice cold, all-inclusive life here is a dream.

Travel further west along the south coast and discover the remote ‘calanque’ of En Vau. After your buffet breakfast and a morning dip in the pool, set off on a morning hike – the reward is one of France’s most beautiful (and photographed) beaches, with brilliant blue waters and stunning rock formations. Back at your all-inclusive, an evening of a la carte and entertainment awaits.

Book an all-inclusive stay near Bordeaux for comfort and convenience in one of the world’s most famous wine regions, and be rewarded with a vast coastline of unspoiled beaches. Lacanau, on the Atlantic coast, boasts eight miles of sand, grassy dunes, and little else. From your tranquil retreat, you can join surfers in world-famous waves or snooze by the shore.

All-inclusive holidays for families in France

From its family-friendly resorts with pools and kids’ clubs to its pretty beaches with watersports opportunities, France is a fantastic location for an all-inclusive family holiday. And then there’s winter. The Alps are teeming with ski-in, ski-out breaks, with runs for both adults and children.

Head for the foothills of Paradiski for walkable lifts and runs for skiers of all levels of experience. Then, activities for the kids, heated indoor pools, and sumptuous afternoon cakes are very welcome after an action-packed day on the slopes. If you’re an alpine novice, stay in Samoëns, near the Grand Massif, for one of the region’s best beginner zones.

If you prefer a family-friendly beach break, the French Riviera is ideal. All-inclusive resorts near Cannes, Saint Tropez and Hyères offer a helpful combination of kids’ clubs, mini golf and games rooms – your kids can even sign up for circus school. Meanwhile, the grown-ups can relax on the terrace or retreat to the spa.

Escape to the country at resorts in Provence, Ermitage or Vittel. Outdoor pursuits are the order of the day in these more remote spots. Join your family for a game of tennis or explore the rolling hills by bike or on horseback before dinner at your hotel.

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