France is famous for being a favorite country for tourists, because France itself offers many interesting things that can be enjoyed by its tourists. Many of you might imagine that Travel French only saw the Eiffel tower, or perhaps its art galleries and fine cuisines.
Far from that thought, this country has more appeal than that. Here, you can find a truly amazing natural beauty. And here are some interesting natural attractions when Travel French.
Want To Travel To France? This Nature Tour You Must Visit!
1. Gorges du Verdon
Dubbed the “Grand Canyon of Europe”, Gorges du Verdon is a spectacularly landscaped canyon located in Provence, France. With a length of about 21 kilometers and a depth of 700 meters, this canyon has been named one of the largest canyons in Europe.
There are countless ways to enjoy this view. To get a wider landscape portrait, you can take a hike. But, if you want a different point of view, you can explore this place using a kayak or canoe along the Verdon River.
2. Dune du Pilat
Did you know that the highest sand dunes in Europe are located in France? Yup, this is a fact, you know. The dune is dune du Pilat or what in English is calle Dune of Pilat.
This sand dune is estimate to have an altitude of between 100 and 115 meters, a length of 2.7 kilometers, and a width of 500 meters. With that height, you can enjoy the stunning landscape from the top, which includes stretches of the ocean, stretches of pine forest, and much more!
3. Iles Lavezzi
Your trip is not complete if you don’t feel the exotic sensations of the Mediterranean Sea. Iles Lavezzi is one of the spots in France that offers that sensation. Located in the Bonafacio Strait, Iles Lavezzi is a collection of coral and granite islands that offer paradise-like views.
Camargue is the perfect spot for tourists who want to experience the sensation of the wild firsthand. With an area of about 930 square kilometers, the Camargue is the largest wet area in France. In this place, you can find about 540 species of vertebrates, which include fish, birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
5. Lavender Fields in Provence
France, not only synonymous with Eiffel, is also synonymous with the aesthetics of its lavender fields. When the flower season reaches its peak, during mid-June to mid-July, Provence is fille with the fragrant aroma of lavender flowers blooming in the fields. When viewe from above, this place looks like it is shroude in a giant purple carpet.
6. Mont Blanc
If traveling to France, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the splendor of the highest peak of the Alps, yes. Yup, Mont Blanc, or what in the Indonesian is calle “White Mountain” is the highest mountain in the Alps. This mountain is on the border of two countries, namely Italy and France. The northern part where the mountain passes through Argentiere, Chamonix, and Les Houches in France.
7. Annecy Lake
Lake Annecy or in French referred to as Lac d’annecy, is a lake in France located in Haute-Savoie. It is the third largest lake in France, with a maximum depth of 82 meters and an area of about 27 square kilometers. Not only the lake, but the view of this place is also dominate by the beauty of Mount Tournette around it. How, France turned out to be that awesome, ‘Right? Don’t forget to note the list of natural tourist destinations above. So that it can be a recommendation when you travel to France later.