We have teamed up with British Airways to bring you these exclusive city break offers to the South of France from London Gatwick. If you are looking for a last minute getaway to experience a seductive, charming country, France attracts visitors from across the globe with beautiful architecture, gastronomic marvels and a culture like no other.
Nice: Daily flights from Gatwick
Bordeaux: Daily flights from Gatwick
Limoges: Mon, Thu, Fri and Sun from Gatwick (Flights start from 28th May)
Get in touch if you need help with your booking.
All our Flight + Hotel packages are ATOL protected.
Book a hotel or city break (Flight + Hotel) with us, and if you find the same product cheaper within 24 hours we’ll give you the difference.
The port city of Marseille has a history reaching back to the Ancient Greeks, and is today France’s second-largest city. At le Vieux Port you can sip wine and watch the fishermen sell their wares; at Cours Julien you can shop for flowers and antique books in the markets, before settling down to read in one of the surrounding cafés. You can explore the network of streets that make up hip Le Panier, and you can take a ferry across the water to the 16th-century Château d'If, immortalised in Alexander Dumas’ novel The Count of Monte Cristo. If you’re looking for culture there is the Musée des Beaux Arts, the Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée, and the impressive glass building of Villa Méditerranée.
Set in the Rhone Valley is Lyon, one of the most popular cities in France to visit, with a rich heritage and a vibrant modern culture. For a glimpse into Lyon’s Roman past head to Théâtre Romain, an amphitheatre built around 15BC. The Cathédrale St-Jean is a gorgeous Romanesque cathedral built between the 11th and 16th centuries – a great place to visit for elaborate Gothic architecture. No trip to Lyon is complete without seeing the city’s famed Traboules, covered passageways running between buildings that are a lot of fun to explore. For culture vultures, the Musée des Beaux-Arts has a spectacular collection of work by artists, including Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet. The Maison des Canuts offers an interesting look into the evolution of the weaving industry that Lyon is famed for.
Amongst the many other fantastic city destinations in France are Montpellier, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nantes, all of which boast gorgeous architecture, an array of bistros and cafés, and plenty of museums and galleries to explore. There are also a number of excellent smaller cities to visit, including Cannes, Limoges, Reims and Brest.