France has a number of interesting tourist routes. The routes can be divided into themed routes and scenic routes. Not all routes are signposted. With the information Digitourist offers, you can follow the French routes easily.
Côte d'Azur par le bord de mer
This is a journey that starts at the Calanques of Marseilles. You are visiting 22 towns and villages up to Menthon on the Italian border. Because of the significant urbanization of the Mediterranean, the road runs almost entirely through built-up areas.
Grottes et préhistoire du Sud-Ouest
The most beautiful prehistoric drawings, sometimes 35,000 years od, is in the limestone caves of southwestern France. The ancient artists put much effort and skills into painting lifelike animals on walls deep in the dark caves. The most famous caves are closed for the public, but you can see the nearby reproductions.
La route Napoléon
The current Route Napoleon is part of the route from Elba to Grenoble that Napoleon Bonaparte and his army traveled in 1815 after escaping from exile. The route not only has historical value but also runs through the beautiful landscape of southern France.
Route des Chateaux de la Loire
This route runs through the area known for his beautiful castles, the Loire. The castles along this route belong among the most beautiful in France. Additionally, you can enjoy the nature in the river area.
Route des Grandes Alpes
The Route des Grandes Alpes is a 684-kilometer route through the Alps. This route takes you from Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean Sea and includes some of the highest and most beautiful mountain passes in Europe.
Route des vins d'Alsace
At the foot of the forested Vosges the wine route swings through the rolling vineyards. It is a scenic journey that runs over vines planted hills and through colorful villages with narrow streets and densely built houses.
Route Jacques Coeur
Route Jacques Coeur was inspired by the owners of three Châteaux: Culan, Ainay-le-Vieil and Meillant. Originally titled the "Heart of France Châteaux Route", it is the oldest historic route in France. A beautiful route along castles, abbeys and charming villages and towns.
Tour des côtes Bretonnes
With a total of 1772 km, Breton coast is well-off for one third of the total length of the French coast. It is a land with a remarkable variety of coastal landscapes: rocky beaches, sandy beaches, gravel cords, islands, marshes and estuaries.