Have you ever wondered if there are any place here on Earth that is as beautiful as the ones in fairy tales? Do you simply enjoy watching beautiful views? Do you adore picturesque countries like France? Then we got some good news for you! We have gathered twenty-five of the most beautiful places in France. If you do have time, you should definitely visit these personally and enjoy the experience first-hand. In the mean time, check out the photos below and enjoy!
French Alps, Aiguilles d’Arves
This should be sufficient evidence that the French Alps are as beautiful as their Swiss and Austrian counterparts.
Albi is one of the most beautiful Southwestern towns in France, and it’s known for its impressive cathedral and red bricks.
The city is popular for being home to the Palais de l’Île, a medieval palace situated on an island in the middle of the Thiou Canal, found on the gorgeous Lake Annecy.
This island is definitely something you should visit if you’re craving for majestic and breathtaking views.
Situated at the southern end of the island, you’ll be able to find the spectacular Corsican City.
You can realize your fairy-tale dream in this seemingly out-of-this-world marsh region on the French Atlantic coast called Brière.
Bouches-du-Rhône, Calanque d’en Vau
Just marvelous. The landscape, the water, the sun, everything is just simply perfect.
Indre-et-Loire, Château de Chenonceau
Chenonceau was constructed across the River Cher in the sixteenth century, and it’s one of the most famous Loire castles.
Seine-et-Marne, Château de Fontainebleau
Situated in the South of Paris, you can find this popular and beautiful park, which was a former royal residence.
This magnificent village was found around the eighth century, and it’s built entirely with red sandstones.
Between 1755 and 1769, Corte used to be the capital of Corsica, during the island’s few years of independence.
France certainly has marvelous varieties of landscapes, and these stunning cliffs are proof to that.
This French region is another beautiful island off the coast of Britanny. Take a look at the majestic landscape it has to offer for anyone.
Lozère, Gorges du Tarn
This beautiful canyon is peaceful, isolated, wild, and it’s situated in Southern France.
Kaysersberg is a majestic and serene place located in Alsace’s wine country.
La Roque Gageac, Dordogne
La Roque Gageac is an especially dazzling place. With many stunning old villages perched above the water, the Dordogne River is one of the most elegant French regions.
Normandy, Mont Saint-Michel
The world-renowned village is visited by over 3 million tourists every single year, and it’s inhabited by only forty-four people.
Avignon, Vaucluse, Palais des Papes
Before the popes came back to Rome, this gothic building was once the main papal residence in the during the fourteenth century. Nowadays, it is best known for the famous performing arts festival that take place within its borders.
Cantal, Puy Mary
The Puy Mary offers an amazing view of its picture-perfect green surrounding area and is situated in the volcanic region of Auvergne.
This place is known as the French Colorado, but its actually Rustrel’s ochres.
Paris has this amazing basilica as one of their renowned landmarks.
This medieval village is located at the heart of the Burgundy region, overlooking the river Armançon.
Vaucluse, Sénanque Abbey
The Abbey, near the equally beautiful village of Gorded, is surrounded by lovely lavender garden and is situated in Southern France.
Ardèche, The Cave of Saint Marcel
The cave is famous for its magnificent basins and its spectacular galleries, and it’s situated in the southeast of France.
French Alps, The Vanoise Massif
You can find this astonishing mountain range near the border between Italy and France.
Jura, Tufs waterfall
A region in Northeastern France holds this beautiful waterfall in the beautiful landscapes of Jura.
Its breathtaking and grandiose beauty is the main reason why Versailles is one of the most celebrated palaces in the world.
Camargue, Wild Camargue Horses
In Southern France, you will find a region known for its extraordinary wildlife and marshes, known as the Camargue. Wild horses and flamingos inhabit this place among other kinds of animals. Such beautiful places, right? Makes you want to pack up your bags and take the next flight for France right away! If you ever find yourself doing that, you won’t regret it.