We chose three must-see European destinations for our readers.
Cap Ferrat in Southern France
For good reason, villas for rent in Cap Ferrat are in high demand. There are countless locations to explore along the Mediterranean Sea’s rocky shores, the little passages of historic villages, and all around – a beautiful 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 genuine French aristocrat visiting the Riviera for the first time!
Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
There are caverns, turquoise ponds, and woodlands within the reserve’s grounds where you may see wild creatures and unique birds. The magnificent sceneries cover over 30 hectares, but the lakes and waterfall cascades captivate visitors the most. Because of the natural qualities of the area, new rapids arise every year, and the vistas change continuously.
Plitvice Lakes National Park is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. And if you’re planning a trip to Croatia, don’t forget to look into this little slice of heaven. Swimming in the reservoirs is also forbidden since there have been several accidents. However, you may walk along the wooden walks that run beside the lakes and go boating.
The Loire Valley, France
The Loire Valley is a fantastic location. Its plains are home to dozens of medieval and Renaissance castles and palaces. Once here, among stone houses, flowery gardens, and vineyards, you appear to be transported several centuries back in time.
There are several castles, some of which are relatively distant from one another. If you don’t have much time, focus on the most renowned ones, such as Chenonceau, Blois, Chambord, Amboise, Chaumont-sur-Loire, Saumur, or Cheverny. They are all open to the