France is an amazing place to stay. There are many magnificent resorts. Each of these resorts is amazing. Going on a journey, you can enjoy the magnificent scenery and find a variety of entertainment.
- Antibes, CÃ´te d’Azur
Antibes is the second largest city-resort located on the Cote d’Azur. Walk along the historic streets of Antibes’ old town and its 16th-century ramparts. You can also visit the famous Picasso Museum and admire several Picasso’s paintings. Go to Juan-les-Pins and have a rest in one of Juan-les-Pins’ wide sandy beaches, or on one of Antibes’ intimate coves.
- St Tropez, CÃ´te d’Azur
Saint-Tropez is the Riviera’s most famous resort. You can take in the panoramic views of the Bay of St Tropez from the roof terrace of the Citadelle de St Tropez, a 17th-century fortified castle. Have a rest on the family friendly Plage de la Bouillabaisse and Plage des Salins, or the small Plage de la Ponche.
- Calvi, Corsica
High mountains and hot sun annually attract thousands of tourists to this old town. The main attraction of the city is the Citadel, surrounded by massive walls. Tourists who come to rest on the island of Corsica, enthusiastically speak of the magnificent local resorts, beautiful beaches, beautiful natural corners. Here you can visit a lot of wonderful cafes.
- Collioure, Roussillon
Collioure is a village that located on the west coast of the Mediterranean. In the early 20th century, Henri Matisse and other artists came here.
You’ll be charmed by the 13th-century Chateau Royal, sloping narrow streets, an antique lighthouse that’s now a church bell tower, as well as cute little sandy beaches lined with restaurant terraces.
- Biarritz, Pays Basque
Biarritz is a beach resort located in the southwestern part of France, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The city is primarily a summer resort area, which is designed for a beach holiday and various water sports. You can also enjoy marine life in the Biarritz Aquarium, where seals frolic in the outdoor pool.
- Deauville, Normandy
Deauville is one of the most elegant seaside resorts in France.Walking along its 1920s boardwalk, Les Planches, you can see bathing cabins marked with names of Hollywood stars who have come to the annual American Film Festival held in late summer. On the sandy beach you can see a lot of colorful umbrellas, which gives the beach a fabulous atmosphere. Nearby is Trouville with another nice beach and the famous fish market.
- St Malo, Brittany
St Malo attracts tourists with fabulous long sandy beaches. You can walk to the island of Grand BÃ©, resting place of the French writer Chateaubriand. In addition, walk around the ramparts, where you can see the town’s sandy beaches.