French Immersion course in Provence

Written by on October 22, 2018 in Courses, French Language, Learn French

If you really want to improve your French, then a total immersion course in France is the very best way to do it. It’s also a lot of fun when you join Goût et Voyage, the taste and travel company, on their fabulous week long cultural and gastronomic full French immersion course in the heart of sunny Provence.

Full French immersion Course Provence

During your week in Provence, the whole tour will be conducted in French only. There’s no rush, no stress, no exams, no need to do anything other than practice your French and enjoy yourself. Your lovely host and teacher Martine Bertin-Peterson makes sure that you’re relaxed and really enjoying the whole experience. By the end of your week you’ll not only be talking French way better than when you arrived, you’ll also be thinking in French!

This is a very small group tour, no more than six guests, so you’ll absolutely get the attention you need to make sure that you boost your French and have the holiday of a life time. You won’t be rushed from one place to another. And, you won’t be rushed from one topic to another. You’ll be accompanied by native French speaker Martine throughout. She’ll help you with words you might not know, aid you with pronunciation and help you really advance your French speaking skills. Everything about this authentic, bespoke tour is about getting to know the real Provence, taking your time and experiencing the beauty of its landscape and villages, the traditions and heritage, the people and their past – and improving your French at the same time.

Culture and gastronomy

To help you really understand the French way of life, you’ll get to discover the rich history and culture of Provence. From picturesque perched towns and legendary villages such as Gordes and Roussillon to the gorgeous lavender fields, abbeys, museums and famous monuments such as the Palais des Papes in Avignon, you will experience the very best of Provence.

You’ll also visit stunning vineyards, meet local wine producers and enjoy sensational wine tastings. You’ll taste the finest produce of the local terroir, visit colourful markets, shop with a chef and enjoy hands-on cooking lessons and visit the workshops of artisans. The gastronomy of France is UNESCO listed for its importance to the heritage of France, and you’ll discover, the language of France is peppered with words and phrases related to food. All meals will be of the highest quality and utterly delicious. Francophile foodies will love this en Francais week long course which will increase fluency and reveals the richness of Provence in a new way.

Your accommodation is in a 4-star boutique hotel, luxurious, relaxing and oh so French.

Donc, retrouvez Martine en Provence et passez huit jours en stage intensif et voyage gourmande. Vous allez rentrer chez vous en parlant français comme un français!

Recommended for intermediate level French and above. Not ready to spend a week entirely in French? Join Martine for the “traditional” Taste of Provence conducted in English.

Details: www.goutetvoyage.com/taste-of-provence-details

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