What is it about the charm of France that refuses to die down? Perhaps it is the vineyards and fields of lavender to Michelin-starred cuisine that is what makes France a destination to suit all the senses. The very definition of luxury destinations gets more and more vibrant with The Mediterranean which is so sparkling it looks as if it has been sprinkled in diamond dust, lemon trees beam with sun-shiny color, and there isn’t a better place to sit back with a glass of pink champagne. The artistic legacy in this coastal region of southeastern France is immeasurable – Matisse, Chagall, and Monet are just a few of the artists who painted here – and it just goes to show how captivating the landscape is.
Even when we detour from the usual destinations in France like The French Riveria, the beauty of the country is simply out of the world. One such place worthy of mention is Provence which you can visit moving west down the coast towards Spain is Provence, one of the most popular places in France to rent holiday homes. If you talk of the biggest draw in Provence, it is Luberon, an atmospheric region dotted with ancient hill towns, rugged valleys and sun-soaked views. Some of the most classic destinations are Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Roussillon and Gordes. Provence also has treasure in Aix-en-Provence, a town immortalized by Paul Cézanne, whose paintings of Mont Saint Victoire which would leave a captivating experience for your eyes.
Normandy is another gem as one of the Luxury Travel Destination. Stretching across 350 miles of coastline, Normandy, in the northwest of France, has a maritime charm and plenty of places to get away from it all. Scenic drives take you past the white chalk cliffs of Etretat, colorful quays and wind-swept sand dunes, and into an agricultural heartland famous for produce such as apples and cheese.
Lastly, you must feel it is a crime to let go of the French capital Paris, right? Such is the vivid picture of Paris, a city known for the best haute couture, architecture, and world-class art. But it is the fashionistas which go gaga over shopping in the luxury designer stores and enjoy some quality champagne thereafter. And of course the Louvre, the cornerstone of the finest art and architecture and yes, it has much more to offer than the iconic painting of Mona Lisa.
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