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Six Beautiful Villages In France To Visit This Fall

Traveling throughout Europe during the fall is such a beautiful and lovely experience. You’ll never forget wandering through a little village, a town in the mountains, or bustling city during autumn. Not to mention the amazing festivals and activities that happen around this time of year, it makes for a great time!

I remember back in 2015 when I studied abroad in London and spent four months traveling the UK and Europe. I’ll never forget my time in different countries at different stages of fall. For four months, I saw spectacular views and did a lot of fun activities.

Today, we’re going to look at fall in Europe. Specifically, fall in France. That’s right, beautiful France! It’s going to be all about six beautiful villages you can visit in France during the fall.

What makes this post special is that it’s a guest post written by the wonderful Robbie from Simply Robbie. Robbie is a caring and intelligent French blogger who focuses on wellness and French Travel. I love her whole approach to her blog, and her life, because she prioritizes mental health, and well-being. In addition, she lets no one or obstacle slow her down from achieving her goals! I recommend you check out her Twitter and Instagram for wonderful content.

Six Beautiful Villages In France To Visit This Fall.

Have you been dreaming of visiting France in the fall? If that is the case, in this blog post I will highlight six beautiful villages in France that you need to visit this fall.

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Six Beautiful Villages In France To Visit This Fall

When most people think of France, they usually think of Paris. However, there is much more to France than Paris. The beauty and heart of France lies within its lovely villages away from the big cities. I would like to take this opportunity to tell about 5 beautiful French villages that you need to see at least once in a lifetime.



is a beautiful French village located in the South of France in the Provence- Alpes-côte-d’Azur region. With its historical old houses and narrow streets, Ménerbes offers a serene living environment. Enjoy breathtaking views and landscapes as well as authentic Provincial French dishes.

Les Anses d’Arlets

                                                          Les Anses d’Arlet, Martinique

This small fishing town is located in Martinique in the Outre-Mer region. I vacationed there last month and although the island was under some strict restrictions due to the current pandemic, I managed to get the best out of my trip. In 2020, this French village was voted second most beautiful villages of France. Although Martinique is located about 6850 kilometers from France by flight, there are regular commercial flights that leave from Paris Orly Airport to the small Caribbean island of close to 400 000 inhabitants. Do you enjoy kayaking, warm springs, gorgeous beaches and fresh local seafood dishes and nature? Well this village right here will not leave you indifferent.


Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges located in the Pyrenées in the Occitanie region is an old fortified medieval village rich in history. While there partake in outing activities such as trekking. Visit old archeological sites while enjoying the gothic and contemporary artistic scenery of this old town.


Aubeterre-sur-Dronne located in the South West of France in the Nouvelle Aquitaine region has been listed as one of the “most beautiful villages” of France. If you enjoy country living, camping, canoeing and long walks along the Dronne river, this will be the right spot for you.


Giverny located in northern France in the Normandy region attracts many tourists visiting Paris. The famous French impressionist Claude Monet worked and lived there from 1883 until his death in 1926.

Keep in mind that although you can travel to some of these regions by train or plane from Paris, you may have to rent a car to continue your trip to some of these villages.



Last but not least id Dieppe. I recently visited this seaside town and it was all worth the trip. Located 2 hours away from Paris by car and by train, Dieppe is easily accessible fby public transportation for those interested in skipping the busy streets of Paris for a more relax, less crowded and peaceful destination. The town has a rich maritim history that you can discover at the Château Museum of Dieppe.


All cities mentioned are accessible by train or by flights from Paris. To book your train ticket, visit France’s Official Railway website here. To travel to Martinique, book your trip on Air France, Air Caraibes and Corsair. There are also flights leaving from the US from airports such as JFK in New York City, Miami International Airport and Luis Munoz Airport in San Juan with American Airlines.


Fares are cheaper in the fall. If you plan to travel by train from Paris make sure you book your train ticket at least 3 months before your trip to save money. For flights from Paris or the US, the sooner you book, the more money you save.

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Fall is a great time to discover new places. Even if you have been to France in the past, you probably have never heard of these six beautiful villages in France to visit this fall. They are all different from each other and that is the beauty of it all. Each will show you a different side of France’s rich culture, diverse populations, sceneries and traditions away from the main capital city of Paris. Hope to see you soon for a visit. Feel free to tag me in your France travel pictures on Instagram. I would love to see them. Follow us on social media: