Best Tourist Destinations in France

Best Tourist Destinations in France

Sometimes, one rushes to choose a destination, preferring to visit popular destinations only in major cities. 

This is especially true when it comes to France. Certainly, Paris is wonderful and nice, but many other destinations deserve our time and attention. In it, you will see stunning views and wonderful villages.

Read about the best-immersed tourist destinations in France


Located a few miles from Spain in the heart of the French Basque Country, Biarritz is a quiet and elegant seaside resort. Located on the Bay of Biscay, the region is famous for its beautiful beaches that offer excellent swimming and surfing world-class. 

Alongside the main beach, the Grande Plage, which is crowded in the summer, along the main bay is Virgin Rock, which is connected to the mainland by an old iron bridge built by Gustave Eiffel.


Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean Sea closer to Italy than France. Although it has been part of France for 200 years, its inhabitants have maintained their old customs. 

The country has a wonderful inner beauty. The Parc Naturel Régional de Corse reserve is a good place to enjoy the highest mountains on the island. Alongside the rich nature, Camel Island also offers beautiful coastal cities, magnificent beaches, and stunning villages.


Allium was the home of the famous painter Vincent van Gogh. It is a city characterized by calm and attractive beauty. 

One of the city's biggest attractions is the remains of Roman architecture, which includes the Roman Amphitheater. This large square is now a place for bullfighting, festivals, and other special events.


Known as the "Pearl of the French Alps", Annecy is set in stunning surroundings. It is sometimes called the "alpine gun" because three canals and a river pass through it. Annecy is a year-round tourist destination where skiing in winter and summer hiking. 

When you visit it, you'll want to devote time to see the Palais de l'Île, a castle that was a government seat in Geneva until 1815, and now houses a museum of local history.


England may have white cliffs in Dover, but through the English Channel, France has the white slopes of Eretria. 

These cliffs carved by wind, water and corrosion stand to guard the waters of Normandy. The corrosion forces are also responsible for creating three arches along the slopes. The pilots may want to see where two French travelers were trying to cross the Atlantic Ocean non-stop in 1927 in the White Bird


Although there are Roman ruins throughout France, Nimes is an ideal place to see the most famous. 

It has many monuments, sometimes called "French Rome." The amphitheater, built in the first century, is the best-preserved square in France; it is used as a bullfighting ring today.

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