Most couples planning their honeymoon think of islands, possibly turning their attention to the far east. However, France is an overlooked place for an excellent honeymoon. Although Paris is popular as a honeymoon destination, many couples do not realize that with exploring France as a whole, they are in for even more treats and surprises. For starters, the beaches in France are exceptional. A few days in Paris will give you the best of city life along with the most admirable sites of the Eiffel Tower and other landmarks.
After you have been in the city and enjoyed all its glory and romance, it is time for a change. The magnificent beaches along Cannes and Nice are not to be missed. Not only are there sites for a relaxing beach day, but there are also beaches with water activities for a more fun time together. Try parasailing or surfing together for the first time and you have a much memorable honeymoon than that with the expected smiling pictures in a good view. Many beaches offer water sports photography to give you the memory you deserve.
She Knows recommend Paris as a honeymoon destination, saying “Who could ask for a better honeymoon destination than Paris, “The City of Love?” We happen to agree with Audrey Hepburn when she said, “Paris is always a good idea.” Its iconic monuments like the Eiffel Tower, museums like the Louvre and landmarks like the Notre Dame Cathedral are certain to dazzle visitors. However, even more spectacular than the sights is Paris’ rich culture found in its charming boulevards, cozy cafes and bustling bistros. This grand city boasts an indescribable “je ne sais quoi” that is sure to inspire an incredibly romantic honeymoon” France Travel Guide compliments this idea stating that “The beaches of the French Riviera have long been a vacation hot spot for international jet-setters and movie stars—and with good reason. With warm Mediterranean waters, beautiful seaside towns, plenty of sunshine and great beaches, it is no surprise that these beaches are some of the most famous in the world.”