Detours In France


Dear travelers,

First of all, THANK YOU, to all who have been in touch with us sending your support and concern. It is wonderful to have positive messages in amongst the challenges we are all currently facing. As you can imagine, the crisis has hit the travel industry very hard. It is heart-warming to hear your good wishes, and plans to travel to beautiful France once it becomes possible again.

Unrestricted travel essentially reopened within European countries in mid-June, though the situation is of course being watched carefully, and as soon as a region has a flare-up of cases, specific measures are reinstigiated for that country or area, to clamp down quickly on potential spread.

Europe has created an evolving list of countries whose management and control of COVID is deemed acceptable for residents of those countries to travel to Europe without quarantine. Of course, reciprocally, those countries also have to decide that they are willing to have their citizens travel for pleasure without quarantine upon return. This is still not the case for most parts of the world, where nonessential travel is blocked.

This makes travel to France this year difficult or impossible for most of you, meaning that bigger travel plans need to be postponed.

Having something to look forward to is often a great way to keep morale during difficult times. If you are considering a trip already for next year, we are here to help you plan - of course with revised cancellation policies so you can do so without worry of financial commitment. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

We’re looking forward to having you on a trip, with this crisis behind us, and happier times ahead: France’s beautiful villages and towns, tranquil countryside and quiet roads, and fantastic food and wine are waiting for you!!

Florent, Sarah and Jérôme


Detours In France

We're based in Burgundy; it's our home, and where it all started over 25 years ago...

And it's a fantastic place to explore: come meander along the quiet paths and roads, gorgeous villages, Romanesque churches and some of the best wines in the world!