Ahhh, the French Riviera! A beautiful place to soak in the sun, to play in the waves and to enjoy some nice fresh seafood. This is one of the most popular destinations for artists looking for inspiration and for the European and world elite, the seaside town is a real jewel. If you’re looking for a little bit of culture in between tanning sessions, look out for the Matisse museum, the modern and contemporary art museum, and the Marc Chagall museum. From Nice, it’s easy to go to Cannes, Monaco and Saint-Tropez which are all great beach destinations. This is a place to relax and to enjoy all that nature has to offer.



Annecy is a beautiful town in the southeastern part of France. The beautiful old town has cobblestone streets, winding canals (like in Venice), and pastel-coloured houses. It’s another magical medieval town. It’s totally worth it to cycle around the bluest lake you’ll probably ever see in Europe, you can also stroll along the canal to shop and see the sights, there’s a fresh food market on Sundays so you can pick some fresh produce for a lakeside picnic. There are beautiful churches to see for some medieval architecture and paintings. This is a town you can easily see in 1-2 days but enjoy strolling around and breathing in the fresh, fresh air!



Most beautiful places in France are in the south of France. Provence is near the Italian border and close to the Mediterranean Sea. You’ll enjoy the diverse scenery: olive groves, vineyards, alps, plains, forests, and fields. A landscape for every type of person! Provence is a region so we suggest you rent a car and start exploring the many little towns. Our favourites are Gordes (beautiful castles and lavender fields), Avignon (incredible medieval chapels, churches and a true culture hub), and other historical towns like Venasque, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Roussillon and Uzès.