France 'seeing a surge of holidaymakers'
There has been an increase in the number of people booking all inclusive holidays
to France, according to one expert.
Carolyn Boyd, editor of France Magazine, said that family breaks in particular are seeing a resurgence, with camping trips and mobile homes also becoming popular.
She thinks that one of the most important things to remember is that a holiday
across the Channel can be the same price, if not cheaper, than a break in the UK.
Ms Boyd added that "you will eat better for the same price and, unlike in Britain, with the likelihood of bad weather, you can spend your days doing free activities on the beach".
This means that people do not have to spend money on indoor attractions when it is raining.
At the end of last year, Thomson and First Choice predicted that the biggest concern for British holidaymakers in 2010 will be getting value for money.