At Forteresso du Faucon Noir, families can spend the day with period-costumed actors who let visitors get "hands on" with history. Kids can try their hand at coin minting, calligraphy and even practice their swordplay as medieval knights. If you dare, don't miss the torture chamber!
Why not take a picnic lunch and wander the forests and meadows on the back of one of these lovable creatures? At A Dos D'Ane you can do just that. Families can explore the countryside at their own leisurely pace.
Avoid rainy days and explore The Museum of Natural History of Tours. Imaginations run wild in this kid friendly museum. See stuffed wild animals up close and prepare yourself for the live insect and reptile exhibits.
Find your way to the centre of a hedge maze and try to find your way out again. With so many castle gardens in the Loire, you're sure to find one of these child pleasers. One of the best is at Chateau de Chenonceau Gardens.
At Chateau du Close Luce you have the opportunity to view many of Leonardo's genius inventions. His last home, the back gardens contain full-size and working models of his numerous inventions.
Immerse yourself in everything your chosen destination has to offer; experiencing the gastronomic delights accompanied by a glass of the local specialty. Whether a Michelin-star restaurant in Spain, a wine tour in France, or a rum festival in Barbados, our Food & Drink experiences will create lasting memories for all our connoisseur guests.
Travel experiences touch us in many different ways, often finding the incredible while in pursuit of the amazing. World-famous works of art and local cultures sit in equality in their ability to inspire us to the WOW moment every journey should include.
Kite-boarding in Antigua, cycling in the Alps, wakeboarding in Mexico, or a more sedate paddle down the Dordogne, our villas are perfectly located and our hosts can make it happen. Novice or expert – let's do this!
Provence is a land where mountains spill into soft rolling hills covered in flowers and vineyards that eventually merge into the deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea. Provence is everything you've heard, and so much more.
Umbria, in the heart of Italy, has long been known for its ancient towns that cling to the sides of rolling hills that seem to tumble into the lush green valleys below. Uncrowded and serene, Umbria offers the visitor delights not to be found anywhere else in Italy.
From the mountains and rolling hills down to beaches and islands, Tuscany boasts a myriad of culinary experiences, history and artistic culture. One of the most visited regions in Italy, our guests can revel in everything from tours of world-class museums to strolling hilltop towns to enjoying the local wines in ancient piazzas.
Located in Anjou, this exceptional château is the perfect base for those looking to experience the famous Loire Valley wine region. Sitting on 50 hectares of land, the château effortlessly blends 18th century authenticity with all the modern comforts.
A serene heritage family home made bright and airy with an all-white decor and silver-grey exposed stone walls. The open interiors flow seemlessly to the heated pool, terrace and gardens. This property is perfect for exploring the many historic attractions and gourmet pleasures of the Loire.