five dreamy places to visit in france

Jul 7, 2020 | French lifestyle, Travel in France

If you are looking for a little visual inspiration for your next trip, we have put together a list of five dreamy places to visit France.

France is every bit as magical as you might imagine. With its storied history, fine dining, delicate wine, and charming landscapes – it is no wonder France is one of the most visited countries in the world.

Grasse
photo by @raphael.outin

grasse- five dreamy places to visit in france

The beautifully scented French town of Grasse is located just north of Cannes. It is unofficially regarded as the perfume capital of the world and birthplace of many fragrances. The obvious thing to do in this city, where you wake up and smell the roses, is to visit one of the three perfumeries available to tour. If that is not enough, make sure to visit farms where sweet-smelling flowers are harvested for fragrances.

Colmar
photo by @mouradthenomad

Colmar- five dreamy places to visit in france

In the village of Colmar, you will find timber-framed houses with colorful facades, and a flower-lined canal. The cobblestoned streets will have you feeling like you are in a real life fairytale. Enjoy the city by foot or take a canoe trip down the water.

Located in Grand Est region of northwestern France.

Carcassonne
photo by @markvzquez

Carassonne- five dreamy places to visit in france

This dreamy location is in the city of Carcassonne. It is known for its medieval fortress and is part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Stroll along the double walls and enjoy its history. There are plenty of myths and places to discover in this castle city. So get on your walking shoes and explore the beautiful grounds of Carcassonne.

Located in the Languedoc region of southern France.

Menton
photo by @barbara_labg

When exploring the Côte d’Azure, make sure not to miss out on Menton. A lemon-scented town in the South of France. This is one of the last stops before arriving in Italy which explains its pastel colors. Enjoy the lovely beaches and make sure to visit one of the lemon gardens. There is a lemon festival held at the end of each winter (mid February – early March).

Rocamadour
photo by @mpalka_photography

rocamadour by marta palka

The small village of Rocamadour sits on the edge of a cliff in the Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park. You are sure to be won over by this medieval city with its history and magical view by day or night. Make sure to try some of their regional cheeses like the Rocamadour AOC – an unpasteurised goat cheese that is famous around the world for its unique taste.

five dreamy places to visit in france

We hope you enjoy our pick of five dreamy places to visit in France!


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