Best Spots for Romantic Vacation in France



We all know that you don’t have to go far away from home in order to celebrate love.  However, if you’re looking to take your romance to the next level with a couples retreat, then one of the most obvious places to go isFrance.

The definition of romance varies from one person to another. Some say that a trip to a river, lake, mountain, or other natural spot will get the romance pumping while others say that castles or even iconic graveyards will deliver the most romantic moments. Whatever people consider romantic, everyone will be able to fulfill his or her definition in the romantic country of France.  France isn’t just about Paris. The country’s most romantic secrets are kept in villages, gardens, castles, and hills.  Here are some places you can visit for romantic trips in France with your partner.

  • Bordeaux

Be spoiled with castles and other fairy tales along the beautiful Gironde River. Cozy hotels surrounded by vineyards will take  you back to the medieval era. Wine lovers will be elated with all of the fantastic tasting rooms in the area, ranging from low to high class wine.

  • Cahors

Cahors is a village famous for its romantic atmosphere. The boulevards of Cahors are surrounded with cafes, markets, trees, and various shops. Go for a romantic ride or walk along the street and spend some time in the wine center, where you can taste one of the best black wines in the world.

  • Sarlat

Similar to Cahors, Sarlat is a traditional village of medieval design. On Wednesday and Saturday, there is famous market where you can buy food, meals, and other French items. Along the river, there are castles that you could enjoy via a romantic boat ride. A hand-in-hand stroll through the Gardens of Marqueyssac will be one of the highlights of your visit.

  • Aix-en-Provence

Silent and sincere, Aix-en-Provence is full of fountains, rivers, and pools. Go for a walk along one of the pedestrian streets and enjoy a day or two at the area’s fantastic spas. The Lavender Trail of Provence will turn a green field into a violet one and the scent of lavender will be everywhere.

As for visiting France, spring and autumn are the best seasons, but if you plan on spending time at the beach along the splendid and sexy French Riviera, definitely plan your trip for the summer.