Immerse yourselves in romantic cities, rolling vineyards and picture-perfect French villages in a luxury France honeymoon.

Paris is known as the City of Love for good reason, but venture out of the capital and you’ll soon discover that France as a whole is brimming with romantic places and experiences to make your honeymoon truly special.

Make yourself at home in a luxurious suite overlooking the glittering city of Paris, spending your days discovering hidden passageways and enjoying its world-class restaurants, museums and galleries.

Head out into the countryside and you’ll find yourself immersed in a world of exquisite châteaux, perfectly manicured gardens and quaint villages. Visit the picture-perfect lavender fields of Provence, the rolling vineyards of Champagne and Bordeaux, and the charming castles and estates of the Loire Valley.

For azure waters and picturesque fishing villages, head to the French Riviera. In this coastal region, you’ll find the eternally glamorous gulf of Saint-Tropez, the charming old town of Nice and the glitzy city of Cannes. Lounge on a beach or while away the hours at a port-side cafe watching the yachts come and go.

Whether you fancy a luxurious city escape, a romantic countryside getaway, or a little of both, our Travel Designers will help you create a truly memorable luxury France honeymoon.

France is the world leader in romance and this beautiful country is the perfect destination for a luxury honeymoon. It’s not all moonlit walks along the Seine though; the indulgent resorts of the Riviera and the magical hilltop villages of Provence lend themselves equally well to a romantic trip for two.

Hanna Fischer
Senior Travel Designer

Inspiring honeymoon destinations in France

Need to Know

  • is the local time
  • Euro is the local currency
  • Paris is the capital city
  • Crêpe is France's national dish

When to go

France is one of Europe's most popular destinations, and spring, summer and autumn are the best times to visit. You'll find some restaurants close during August so it's best to avoid this month if you're after a foodie -themed trip. There are some lovely markets around Christmas time and plenty of galleries and museums to explore if you're visiting during the cooler months.