For our readers, we picked three must-see European sites.
Cap Ferrat in the South of France
Villas for rent in Cap Ferrat are in high demand for good reason. There are several places to visit along the Mediterranean Sea’s rocky coastlines, as well as the tiny passages of old villages, and all around – a gorgeous sea of oleanders, bougainvilleas, Mediterranean, tart-smelling flora, and coastal conifers…
When you visit the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat property, you will feel like a true French aristocracy for the first time on the Riviera!
National Park Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
The reserve’s grounds include tunnels, turquoise ponds, and forests where you may witness wild animals and rare birds. The breathtaking scenery spans more than 30 hectares, but the lakes and waterfall cascades capture tourists the most. Because of the area’s natural characteristics, new rapids appear every year, and the panoramas vary on a regular basis.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park is included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And if you’re planning a vacation to Croatia, don’t forget to include this small bit of heaven on your itinerary. Swimming in the reservoirs is also prohibited due to a number of incidents. You may, however, wander along the wooden walkways that run across the lakes and go boating.
France’s Loire Valley
The Loire Valley is an excellent place. Hundreds of medieval and Renaissance castles and palaces may be seen on its fields. You look to be transported several centuries back in time once you get here, among stone buildings, beautiful gardens, and vineyards.
There are a number of castles, some of which are rather far apart. If you only have a limited amount of time, focus on the most well-known, such as Chenonceau, Blois, Chambord, Amboise, Chaumont-sur-Loire, Saumur, or Cheverny. They are all accessible to the general public.