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Most Charming Beaches In France

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France is an indisputable tourist destination in the world. Every year there are over 80 million travelers who visit this amazing country for its culture, food, fashion, sophistication, wines, and of course the countryside. Even though the country is one of the most charming places to visit, the gorgeous beaches take the visitors to an altogether different journey.

The French Riveria boasts of an extraordinary natural beauty that cannot be explained in words. After having a gala time enjoying the food in the multicuisine bistros around Paris, and tasting wines from Bourdeaux, the beaches in France are best for exploring the sunnier side of the nation.

The coastline of France is blessed with a stunning variety of seascapes that lure visitors from near and far. The shoreline of France stretches along the borders of the Mediterranean Sea, the English Channel, and the Atlantic Ocean, and has some of the best beaches in the world.

  1. Biarritz
    If you are planning to visit the hedonistic coastal getaways in France, then Biarritz will be a good start to your journey. Touted earlier as the place for only “The rich and famous”, the French Basque Coast is increasingly becoming popular with every tourist around the world. One of the prime reasons that contribute to its popularity is climate. Whether you plan a visit at any time of the year, the weather is terrific in Biarritz. The beach is also famous for surfing activity and also has historical sites that are worth a visit. Apart from that if you have been exhausted from visiting the beaches, try gallivanting to neighboring cities like Anglet, Hendaye, and Bayonne and experience the culture there.
  2. Cannes
    Cannes is French Riveria’s most glamorous resort and promises to offer tons of reasons for the visitors. From the architectural surprises on the promenade of La Croisette, old fortress Musee De La Castre to the Lerrin Islands off the coast, Cannes is a surprise in every way. While the film festival held every May has only added to its allure, the beautiful seascapes lined up on the coastline are perfect for lounging out under the sun. Cannes is also packed with glittering nightlife which is loved by the visitors and has a trail of food markets and seafood restaurants that really serve gastronomical delights to light up your palate.
  3. Antibes

    Antibes is nestled between the other two famous coastal getaways of France Nice and Cannes. But that doesn’t dim its glamor. Antibes is also famous as the resort town and is known for its mega Yachts and the 16th-century old ramparts in the city. With over 80,000 inhabitants and home to the largest marina on the Mediterranean coastline, Cote D Azur is one of the must-visit places while vacationing in Antibes. There is also a sister resort named Juan-Les-Pins which has plenty of hotels with excellent suites best for stretching your legs after a long day. Although most of the resorts and hotels hold out private beaches for the guests, few public shorelines like Plage De La Gravette and Plag De La Salia can be explored for sunning and snorkeling.
  4. St Tropez
    Blessed with colorful Mediterranean waters and charming squares, St Tropez is another beach destination that is a must-visit for everyone. From fancy bars, museums, beach clubs, and yachts, St Tropez also has the most famous beach Pampelonne which is best for a day out. There is a line of bakeries apart from the beaches that will surely delight people with a sweet tooth. Other things to do in the locale is shopping in the boutiquesfor the latest fashion, taking a stroll along the seaside, and wrap up your day with an equally appetizing beach meal.
  5. Nice
    Nice is another gem of a place in the French Riveria. The elegant locale is packed with chic nightlife and pebbly waterfront that amp up its beauty. From baroque churches that welcome you at the Old Town to ancient ruins, Nice is packed with so many historically rich places in its core. The town also has the famous St Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral, which is a must-visit for its onion-shaped domes. Nice is also famous for its vibrant nightlife that pulls a major percentage of tourists to the Riveria.

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Sophie Ireland
Sophie is currently serving as a Senior Economist at CEOWORLD magazine's Global Unit. She started her career as a Young Professional at CEOWORLD magazine in 2010 and has since worked as an economist in three different regions, namely Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, East Asia, and the Pacific. Her research interests primarily revolve around the topics of economic growth, labor policy, migration, inequality, and demographics. In her current role, she is responsible for monitoring macroeconomic conditions and working on subjects related to macroeconomics, fiscal policy, international trade, and finance. Prior to this, she worked with multiple local and global financial institutions, gaining extensive experience in the fields of economic research and financial analysis.

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