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Top 5 Places to Visit for Newlyweds in France

France is known throughout the world as a romantic nation hence making it perfect for honeymooning. The country is known to have some of the best places for honeymoon which includes some of the best honeymoon resorts in the region. You will get treated to the best sites and engage in some lovely activities that will help you bond and cherish one another as a couple. Wherever you choose to go, trust us when we say that you can never go wrong with France. To help you make a decision on where exactly to head we have compiled for you this piece containing the top honeymoon destination 2013 in France:

a)      Paris

Paris

Paris

 

We all know that honeymoons have evolved from what used to simple beach vacations. Today, people are trying to come up with unique honeymoon arrangements. The city of Paris offers you exactly what you are looking for. The best time to make your way here is during the spring (April-May) and during the fall (Sep- Oct) because of the wonderful weather. Even with that comes a price. These two seasons are usually overcrowded leading to exuberant prices. If you are operating on a budget you may choose to visit during winter (Dec-March).

b)      French Riviera

 French Riviera

French Riviera

The French Riviera is perfect for couples who had a ”shoulder” wedding but still wish to enjoy a resounding beach honeymoon. You get to spend most of your day lounging under the palm trees or travelling on boats. Add to it the fact that most of time you get to eat ridiculously fresh food and get to sip your favourite drink. The experience here in the French Riviera is ravishing and appealing to anyone.

c)       Saint Paul de Vence

Saint Paul de Vence

Saint Paul de Vence

 

As one of the top honeymoon destination 2013, Saint Paul de Vence remains one of the oldest and illustrious villages in the region. The village traces back in the era of the early Greek sailors and Roman expansionists. Gradually, Saint Paul de Vence has so far evolved into a jewel. The village has played host to a number of French writer and artists giving you more reasons to come and explore what’s on offer. The location boasts of having some of the best hotels and villas where one gets to enjoy the unique traits of the city.

d)      Montsequr

Montsequr

Montsequr

For couples looking to experience some outdoor fun activities, visiting the Montsequr can provide you with a lifetime experience. Get to visit and climb the Pog Mountain for some hiking experience with your spouse. Though climbing might be difficult, you will marvel at what awaits you at the top. While there you get to see the ruins of Cathar castles and enjoy the scenic view.

e)      Cap d’Agde

Cap d'Agde

Cap d’Agde

Amongst the best places for honeymoon, Cap d’Agde ranks amongst the top place. If you love getting naked, this is the place for you. The village is the world’s capital of nudism. In the village, you get to shop, lay out on the beach and even bank while naked.

5 Top Tourist Attractions in France

France is a country situated in Western Europe. Its name comes from the Latin word Francia, which means the land of the Franks. This country has been the World’s most popular travel destination for over twenty years for various reasons. Paris is considered one of the most poetic cities in the world, and geographically, France is one of the most diverse countries in Europe. If you are in search of romance, elegance and beauty, a trip to this beguiling land should become part of your itinerary as soon as possible.

5:Roman Ruins 

roman ruins

Roman Ruins

The predecessors of the French, the Romans, have left an incredible legacy behind them. This legacy can be found dotted everywhere around France, and if you are an adventurous spirit, the hunt for roman ruins and relics might be extremely pleasurable.
4:The Loire Valley

The Loire Valley

The Loire Valley

Well known for the beauty of its scenery, for the historical settings, wonderful architectural monuments, many castles and delicious wines, the Loire Valley is home to over three-hundred castles which were constructed during the 10th and 15th century. Whoever goes to the Loire Valley can discover everything the entire French history, mainly because each and every castle is witness to an important time in the life of the country. The most important Castles in the Valley are displayed masterfully, like pearls on a string and together they represent the most popular tourist attractions in France.

3: Gorge Du Verdon

 Gorge Du Verdon

Gorge Du Verdon

For those who want something more intimate and relaxing, a visit to the Gorge du Verdon will be always welcome. The gorge is a long canyon which rises a shocking 700 meters from the Verdon River below. Probably the most attractive feature of the place is the turquoise, crystal clear water. There are many activities like rating, sailing for more active people. All of these factors make the Gorge Du Verdon one of the best attractions in France.
2:Les Calanques

Les Calanques

Les Calanques

Les Calanques is a chain of rugged white cliffs which shoot out of the Mediterranean Sea and as a result forms a series of fjords. The most renowned portion of the rocks is the Massif des Calanques situated between Marseilles and Cassis. The best way to enjoy the spectacular view is by boat.

1: Paris

Paris night life

Paris night life

Every France trip should start from the very heart of the country: Paris. The spectacular capital is home to many interesting attractions, like the Louvre and D’Orsay Museums, The Eiffel Tower, and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Paris is actually home to some of the most beautiful tourist attractions in France, especially when you think about the architectural heritage. Although it was harshly criticized at first, the Eiffel Tower has become the irrefutable symbol of Paris. The Notre-Dame Cathedral, has become the most powerful symbol of Gothic architecture, the Triumphal Arch which, built by Napoleon has become a symbol of victory in battle, and the Alexander Bridge, which is considered the most beautiful bridge in France, are all testament of the French culture.