Despite it being the most visited country in the world, it is not by cruise liner that most tourists come to France. That said, there are several popular ports of call for cruises to France whose itineraries take in such towns as Cannes, Marseille and Ajaccio in Corsica. There are many other ports of course in France, although these are mainly used for ferries shuttling between the UK, Spain and others of its neighbours. Most ships that call at port in France will be on a general Mediterranean cruise as there are too few major cruise destinations in France to merit a solely French cruise circuit. Make sure that you do some research as to where else the cruise ship will be heading before or after it stops in France and make sure that the type of activities and excursions on offer will be suitable for your travelling party. Get a look at the deck plan as well to be able to choose your cabin. For your France cruise package let the Easyvoyage cruise search engine do all the work for you!
Notre-Dame de la Garde
The Calanques from Marseille to Cassis
The Îles d'Hyères and Lérins islands