- KAYSERSBERG, ALSACE
In 2017, in the Village préféré des Français, Kayersberg in the Alsace region of northeastern France was voted one of the loveliest towns in the country. Walt Disney also once selected this charming land as the setting for Beauty and the Beast, a famous animated film.
The idyllic rural scene with cute houses, ancient museums, clean and beautiful pedestrian streets, and diverse architecture of Kayersberg can steal your heart from the very first time. In addition, let’s try Alsace’s finest wines as well as kouglof and foie gras.
- ROUSSILLON, PROVENCE
Located between the Luberon hill and the Monts de Vaucluse mountains in the Provence region of France, Roussillon is famous for its vermilion red cliffs and many impressive brown gold quarries. Discovering this small town, visitors have the opportunity to admire the lovely houses in colorful colors.
Besides, the vine fields and lush fruit gardens as well as the fresh air and peaceful pace of this idyllic countryside will make us infatuated. Also, don’t forget to visit the lovely honey and herb stores hidden deep in every corner of the village. A wonderful vacation in Roussillon will help you recharge the journey ahead.
- SAINT-ÉMILION, BORDEAUX
Located in the middle of a rich valley, Saint-Émilion is surrounded by lush green vine fields full of life. With the typical structure of a medieval riverside town of Garonne, this town is famous for its many solid stone walls, solid ramparts and a series of winding routes.
On the rough stone eaves, ivy and micro-walls grow lush green and silently paint bright colors for this dreamland. In addition, the bumpy stone paved roads will take visitors to some mysterious wine cellars next to the craggy cliffs. In addition, you should also stop by famous places of Saint-Émilion such as Monolite Church, Roy Tower, etc.
- VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, PROVENCE
Located on the beautiful Cote d’Azur beach, Villefranche-sur-Mer is a sparkling summer dream beside a peaceful fishing village. Not only possessing winding roads running along rows of bright pastel-colored houses, this town also embraces many extremely splendid villas.
Give yourself lazy afternoons to sip a warm cup of coffee while enjoying the cool sea breeze. Finally, before leaving Villefranche-sur-Mer, you must visit the Chapelle St-Pierre chapel. Built in the 14th century, this architectural work attracts tourists by many lively and mysterious frescoes.