The largest of the seven Canary Islands, Tenerife will seduce you with both its beautiful sunny days and the diversity of its landscapes. At the foot of the volcano of the same name, the Teide National Park constitutes a beautiful excursion between two lazy breaks on one of the white or black sand beaches of the island.
Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland
The largest national park in Europe, Vatnajökull covers more than 14,000 km2 in south-eastern Iceland. To date, few regions in the world offer such a mixture of landscapes: glacier, waterfalls, basalt columns, blue ice caves … Since the end of February, anyone travelling to Iceland must have a PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before departure and then be tested upon arrival at Keflavik International Airport.
While many Greek islands attract a lot of tourists each year, Skyros is an exception. A forgotten paradise in the heart of the Sporades archipelago, it is renowned for its calm and its magnificent setting between beaches and small typical villages. On-site, visit the capital Chora, the archaeological ruins of Palamari or the south of the island, wilder with its rocky paths.
Sardinia is the sun of the Mediterranean but also unspoiled and unspoiled nature: turquoise water, steep coasts, granite rocks, immense dunes … The largest Italian island, it is accessible in less than 3 hours by flight from the hexagon.
Triglav National Park, Slovenia
The only national park in Slovenia, the Triglav is a preserved area of more than 880 km2. On the program of your getaway: hike in the heart of nature, discover the iconic Lake Bled or swim in the Kozjak waterfall.
Often called the green heart of Italy, Umbria is famous for its forests, its medieval hilltop villages as well as for its wild hills covered with thousands of flowers during fine weather. On foot, by bike or by canoe, lovers of nature and the great outdoors will be delighted.
City-museum listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ohrid has many assets between historical heritage and exceptional nature by the lake. A small seaside resort in southwest Macedonia, it is the ideal destination for a peaceful stay in the Balkans.
Menorca, Balearic island
The smallest Balearic island has fascinating natural and historical treasures. From its dream beaches to its natural park, passing by its prehistoric sites and picturesque villages, Menorca will take you on an unforgettable journey in spring.
Madeira, autonomous region of Portugal
With its mild climate and sublime exotic gardens, the Portuguese island is an ideal destination just a few hours’ flight from France. Madeira offers many travel possibilities thanks to the diversity of its landscapes between sea and mountains.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Plitvice National Park is a succession of forests, waterfalls and lakes that will give you unforgettable memories during your nature stay in the heart of Croatia.
La Coruna, Spain
A port city located on a promontory in northwestern Spain, La Coruña has a calming atmosphere far from its neighbor Santiago de Compostela. Spend a good time in the pristine coves and on the sandy beaches and stroll through the alleys of the old town. If you are spending a few days there, take the opportunity to discover the green region of Galicia with an atmosphere close to Brittany.
Isle of Skye, Scotland
Accessible by a bridge to the West Highlands, the Isle of Skye will delight lovers of nature and walks in the great outdoors. Renowned for its picturesque fishing villages, wild landscapes and medieval castles, it is one of the most emblematic places in Scotland.
Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands
Remote villages, wide open spaces, pretty beaches … The Balearic Island has many assets that make it a must-see destination in Europe. To enjoy the beauties and the sun of Mallorca while avoiding the many tourists, book your tickets for spring. Cap Formentor and the Serra Tramuntana mountains have breathtaking landscapes in store for you.
Vikos National Park, Greece
In the northwest of Greece, the sublime Vikos National Park is accessible just over 3 hours by car from Corfu. Many hiking trails allow you to visit the villages and get as close as possible to the abundant flora and fauna.
Accessible from the town of Alesund, the Geirangerfjord is certainly one of the best known and most beautiful in Norway. You can walk it from the Trollstigen mountain road and observe magnificent waterfalls there.
Fuerteventura, in the Canaries
The second-largest Canary Island, Fuerteventura stands out for its pleasant temperatures in spring, its white sandy beaches and its natural treasures. On the program for a stay on this island: sun, hikes and relaxation facing the sea.
The Dolomites, Italy
A mountain chain in northern Italy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dolomites are the ideal place to put you in the green for a few days of vacation. Summits to climb, wide-open spaces, typical mountain villages, you will not be disappointed.
Wilderness in the far south-west of England, the county of Cornwall includes wild moors and hundreds of sandy beaches. From north to south you will find numerous hiking trails along the cliffs as well as small picturesque harbour villages.
In a charming mountain landscape and overlooking the lake, the charming village of Brienz is the starting point for excursions in the Bernese Oberland. In spring, the pedestrian promenade along the lake is perfect for strolling.
The Azores, Portugal
Off Portugal, the Azores archipelago benefits from an oceanic climate and particularly lush vegetation. The nine islands of the archipelago offer magnificent hikes and exceptional volcanic landscapes, while the less athletic can enjoy their beaches.