A glorious holiday
in France awaits.

The key ingredient? Experienced Tour Leaders.

Stroll cobblestoned streets, cruise along scenic canals
and discover stunning Mediterranean landscapes
while sampling home-grown delicacies and crisp.

Castle Innova - see France
through the French eyes.

Examples of our tours

Nice Cultural Walking Tour

Step back in time, and learn about Nice’s fascinating history on this small-group Nice cultural walking tour. You’ll save time researching and planning your trip, as this itinerary includes multiple city highlights.

Chenonceau Castle Tour

The magnificent Chenonceau Castle (Chateau de Chenonceau) is one of the most visited of all the Loire Valley castles.

Carcassonne and Comtale Castle Tour

Visit Carcassonne with round-trip transport from Toulouse that leaves you free to spend the day exploring, whether you’re walking the ramparts, touring the castle, or taking in the heavy drawbridge. A free shuttle between the bus station and the Cité de Carcassonne—the medieval UNESCO World Heritage Site where the castle is located—ensures on-the-ground logistics are taken care of.

Most interesting places
to visit in France

Mont Saint-Michel

In the quaint pastoral region of Normandy, a landscape of apple orchards, woodlands, and cow pastures dotted with historic castles and picture-perfect towns, Mont Saint-Michel is among France's top tourist attractions and is number one on a list of Normandy travel destinations.

The Châteaux of the Loire Valley

Like the scene of a fairy tale, the Loire Valley is a lush, forested landscape dotted with magnificent castles along the gently flowing Loire River. Stretching for 280 kilometers, from Sully-sur-Loire to Chalonnes-sur-Loire in Anjou, the Loire Valley is the largest UNESCO-listed site in France.

Reims & its Magnificent Gothic Cathedral

Reims is justifiably placed among France's list of "Villes d'Art et d'Histoire" ("Cities of Art and History"). Of the town's three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the most renowned is the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, where French kings were crowned.

Why should you
visit France?

Mont Blanc

Let's step outside of Paris for a little while to see what else this remarkable country has to offer. In southern France in the Alps, on the border with Italy, stands the highest peak in all of Western Europe—Mont Blanc.


Now let's take a trip west to the region of Bordeaux. Famed for its namesake wine that the city has produced since the 8th century, it holds the record for the highest level of historical buildings outside of Paris.

Loire Valley

A little further north in the center of the country, you'll find Loire Valley, which may be, incidentally, the Frenchiest part of France. And we mean that in the best way possible.

Arienne Beaudry

Co-Founder of Castle Innova

One that doesn’t simply drop by top sights and major cities, but invites you to see a destination through the eyes of the people who know it best: the locals who call it home. Where journeys are made for absorbing never-to-be-forgotten views, not darting from A to B. And each day ends in a hand-picked retreat brimming with local charm.

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What our clients saying about us

I appreciate all the effort to get us to the Eiffel Tower finally. The night visit was great. We loved Giverny and the Catacombs. I think we both would agree that the private and small group tours were the best way to go.

Abigail Clayton

What a fabulous day! The admin at the start of the trip was handled smoothly and we were soon on our wayю

Harry Dunn

Our guide was so informative. He's very passionate about his job and we learned so much from him.

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