France is hosting the European Championship this summer where stars such as Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be hoping to get their hands on the coveted trophy.
In their quest for glory, the 24 teams competing for the right to be named champions of Europe will need to be on top form when the group stages begin on June 10.
But away from their matches, the stars will kick back at luxurious resorts up and down the country while also being put through their paces at state-of-the-art facilities no more than 20 minutes from their hotel.
Here, Sportsmail take an in-depth look at the picturesque hotels and training grounds where the Euro 2016 teams will be based.
Map of France showing where all 24 teams will be based for Euro 2016 plus all the stadium venues for the summer tournament
The Albanian Football Association have chosen the five-star Hotel Agapa in Perros Guirec, north-west of France, as the place where their national team will be accommodated during the finals of the European Championship.
Gianni De Biasi’s side – who are in Group A along with hosts France, Romania and Switzerland – will relax at the elegant hotel during their time competing in the tournament.
The hotel boasts at least 45 rooms including two superior rooms with one accompanied by a terrace. When they are put through their paces on the training pitch, the Albania national team will do so at the Stade Jean-Yves Le Jannou.
Training ground: Stade Jean-Yves Le Jannou
Hotel: Hotel Agapa
Cost per night: £190
Albanian Football Association have chosen the five-star Hotel Agapa in Perros Guirec, north-west of France, as their accommodation
The hotel, which will be used by Albania, boasts at least 45 rooms including two superior rooms with one accompanied by a terrace
Austria – who will face Iceland, Portugal and Hungary in Group F – will be staying at the ideally situated Le Moulin des Vernegues in Mallemort. Boasting 97 rooms with high-quality facilities, guests are treated to beautiful surroundings which includes fantastic views of the golf course.
The hotel is situated between Aix-en-Provence and Avignon and has experience of welcoming teams in the build-up to a tournament, having hosted the France team at the 1998 World Cup.
Stade Municipal, the sport complex, is located five minutes from the centre of Mallemort village and offers a main pitch with natural turf and a 500-seater covered stand.
The stadium is fully enclosed and provides four dressing rooms, a referees’ dressing room, a bar, meeting room, three separate outbuildings, two separate toilets, a large adjoining car park and a recently-constructed gym.
Training ground: Stade Municipal
Hotel: Le Moulin des Vernegues
Cost per night: £143
Le Moulin des Vernegues boasts 97 rooms with high-quality facilities and Austria national team will be treated to beautiful surroundings
A general view of a bedroom which will be…
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