Stretching from Marseilles to Menton at the Italian border, the French Riviera is among the world’s most coveted parcels of real estate. Enticing attributes include a temperate climate, unending ocean views, beautiful
The Riviera city of Cannes, host of the world’s most glamorous film festival, has more to offer than just star-gazing for 12 days every May: The charming old quarter, lively food market, and beautiful beaches make this one of the
One of France’s—and Europe’s—most intriguing wildlife regions is the untamed Camargue, a government-protected habitat on France’s southern coast where the Rhône River runs into the Mediterranean. In this
Often called the soul of Provence, Arles is a town of classic antiquities, leafy squares, and art festivals, with a well-preserved Roman amphitheater known for bullfights both bloody and bloodless. But Arles is perhaps best
Take a stroll beneath the canopy of plane trees, past gurgling Rococo fountains and stately 17th- and 18th-century buildings on the elegant Cours Mirabeau, and take in perhaps the most perfect town in Provence.
The lush, fertile valley created by the winding Loire River has captured travelers’ hearts and imaginations for centuries. Hundreds of châteaux line France’s “Royal River,” the highest concentration of castles in the