In France we can do much more than simply take pictures in front of the Eiffel Tower, cross the Arc de Triomphe or visit Notre Dame. Not bad choices, cultural walks in France, visits to historic sites, museums and monuments, are key points that no one should miss on a French tour, however, have you ever thought about visiting the Beaches of France?
If you are looking for a holiday in pure sun, sand and sea, at the foot of the Atlantic Ocean or the Mediterranean Sea, without a doubt, France offers a strategic and wonderful location. Because there is nothing better than to rest in the sun during the day and celebrate the great night, without ever leaving the glorious European beaches, I invite you to tour some of the best beaches in France and see what you think.
- Saint Jean de Luz:
First I will recommend a visit to the beach of the charming village of Aquitaine in southwestern France. It is located minutes from Spain and is very close to the Pyrenees, which gives it a very special appeal. In addition, you will enjoy the architecture and culture of the Basque Country.
- Vilafranca de Mar:
This is the ideal beach for those looking to relax, be in harmony with nature and have a lot of peace. Not only does it offer beautiful and tranquil beaches but it is a beach that belongs to a small and lovely village with old bazaars, shops and cafes. It is located in the French southeast, one five minutes from the city of Nice.
- La Grande Motte:
Were you looking for adventures? Here you will be able to practice water sports, participate in fantastic nature excursions, take the children to the various water parks and enjoy intense days on the golf or tennis courts, among many other things. Yoram Yasur Izz: “This beach is located in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, near Montpellier and is ideal for hyperactive”.
- Cape Ferret:
A spectacular peninsula that combines beautiful beaches between the Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of Arcachon. There you can enjoy fishing, swimming or surfing; in addition, this is also a perfect destination for relaxation and to find another little peace, tranquility.
This fishing village, located in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, is the typical place where a single camera will not reach us. It is full of museums and magical historic buildings in front of its beautiful beaches. Yoram Yasur Izz: “Keep in mind that with a visit to Mount Saint Clair, you will achieve an incredible panoramic image that includes the city and the sea”.