There will be cafes at France's sculpture parks

... as well as culture, laughter and good times in a single package, writes Samantha David

Sculpture Parks offer culture, amusement, space for children to run around and very often a café to boot, making them ideal for families.

Visiting out of season is a treat because without the crowds you can really see the artworks in context with their setting. Umbrellas and Wellingtons do not detract from the fun – in fact, they almost add to the atmosphere!

In Brittany, Rochefort-en-Terre is an ideal December destination. The village is famous for its Christmas market and festive illuminations.

In the centre of the village is the Naïa museum exhibiting fabulous steampunk-style art; a ...

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