10 Magical French destinations to visit during spring in France! | solosophie (2023)

Last Updated on 11th July 2022 by Sophie Nadeau

From medieval villages to hearty dining experiences to a glittering coastline, France tops many visitor to Europe’s bucket lists, and for good reason. One of the best times to head to France is during the springtime. Here are 10+ magical French destinations you’ll want to explore during spring in France including answers to the most FAQs that visitors to l’Hexagone have!

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  • Why visit France in the spring?
  • Best French destinations to visit in springtime
    • #1 Paris, Ile de France
    • #2 Aix-en-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
    • #3 Metz, Grand-Est
    • #4 Loire Valley, Centre Val de Loire
    • #5 Mont Saint Michel, Normandy
    • #6 Saint-Malo, Brittany
    • #7 Bordeaux, Nouvelle Aquitaine
    • #8 Cote d’Azur (French Riviera)
    • #9 Carcassonne, Occitanie
    • #10 The Alsace Region
    • #11 Nantes
    • #12 The island of Corsica
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Spring in France (French Springtime FAQs)
    • What should I pack for spring in France?
    • What is the weather like in spring in France?
    • Is spring a good time to visit France?
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Why visit France in the spring?

I’ll let you into a little secret: the best time to visit l’Hexagone is justbefore peak season. And when I say that, I mean, in the weeks and months of springtime when the days are longer and the weather is clearer. So visit France while the cherry blossoms are in bloom, the weather is warm,if-a-little-volatile, and all the French châteaux are open…

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Best French destinations to visit in springtime

#1 Paris, Ile de France

As the City of Love and theCity of Light, there is no better time to visit Paris than in the spring. The crowds are fewer and the days are longer, giving you ample time to explore the French capital. Some of the best things to do in Paris during the springtime include searching for cherry blossoms and enjoying French coffee culture.

If you have a little more time to explore the French capital during your spring escape, be sure to visit one of Île de France’s many châteaux without the crowds which inevitably flock to the structures come the summer months. One of the best day trips from Paris in the spring is to Sceaux, a French Château which is home to its own cherry blossom orchard!

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#2 Aix-en-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Located in the heart of Provence, under a mighty mountain by the name of Montagne Sainte-Victoire, Aix-en-Provence is the perfect escape from the sometimes dreary weather of Northern France in the spring months.

Instead, in the south, the weather is much warmer, and with it comes the opportunity to embark on plenty of lengthy coastal walks. The sunny city is characterised by its warm stone, many fountains (to the point that the city is often referred to as ‘the city of a thousand fountains’), and wealth of hidden gems.

When in the South of France, be sure to enjoy all of the charming towns and villages which the region has to offer, including some of my favourites; Cassis and La Ciotat. Head to Aix in the spring to enjoy the city of a hundred fountains, as well as its surrounds, without the crowds of the summer months…

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#3 Metz, Grand-Est

The pretty city of Metz is easily one of the most underrated cities in France if not all of Europe. This is probably because it’s nestled between the bubbling region of Champagne and the fairytale-esquecities of Alsace, two must-sees on any ‘top list’ of things to do in France.

Nevertheless, the city of Metz is located just half an hour from the tiny country of Luxembourg and can also be easily be combined with visits to Germany or Switzerland. Highlights of Metz include visiting the vast cathedral (one of the largest in all of France), several festivals held at various points throughout the year, and the city’s many museums.

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#4 Loire Valley, Centre Val de Loire

If you’re a fan of French history, stunning architecture, andallof the castles, then you simply must head to the Loire Valley, which can even be visited as a day trip from Paris if you’re running short on time! Home to countless castles and palatial family homes, the best time to visit the many châteaux of the Loire is when spring is in the air.

Whereas many French châteaux close for low season (i.e. the winter), come springtime, all the buildings are open to the public, making the first few months of the year the perfect time for a Loire Valley road trip.

Visit Cheverny to experience trailing wisteria and Chenonceau to see all the spring bloom! Elsewhere in the region, Château de Chambord is alleged to have been partly designed by Leonardo da Vinci.

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#5 Mont Saint Michel, Normandy

The conically shaped tidal island of Mont Saint Michel has been inhabited since time immemorial and is now the site of a breathtakingly beautiful abbey. First built during the middle ages for an order of monks (the same brothers who constructed Cornwall’s Saint Michael’s Mount), the history of the island stretches back for centuries.

Today the ecclesiastical building is one of the most recognisable buildings in France. While the weather is never guaranteed to be good in Normandy, even during the summer months, visit during the spring and you’ll get much more of the place to yourself!

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#6 Saint-Malo, Brittany

You may well recognisethe name of the walled city from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, ‘All the Light We Cannot See(a book about France I highly recommend reading if you haven’t done so already). Inhabitants of the walled city of Saint-Malo refer to themselves as ‘Malouins’ and the city has a long history of connections with seafaring pirates and privateers.

Best visited in the late spring, so as to get the best chance of the best weather possible, a trip to Saint-Malo can easily be combined with a visit to Mont Saint Michel. Elsewhere in the walled city, highlights include several museums, as well as some of the best crêpes to be found anywhere in France.

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#7 Bordeaux, Nouvelle Aquitaine

The well-troddenwine routes through France centre on Bordeaux, an area best known for its rich red offerings. In fact, there are six wine regions in the region, known collectively as the ‘Bordeaux wine routes’.

Head to the port city of Bordeaux in the spring to experience the beauty of this French riverside settlement before the rest of the crowds arrive. Highlights of Bordeaux city, which is best explored over the course of a weekend, include a wine museum, stunning architecture, and easy access to nearby vineyards!

Located along the River Garonne, Bordeaux is often cited as the place Parisians would most like to live if they didn’t live in Paris. And that’s not all! Known as Burdigala during Roman times, today the city has plenty of offbeat and unique things to do.

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#8 Cote d’Azur (French Riviera)

Situated on the southeastern coast of Southern France, the French Riviera is characterised by its beautiful seaside towns and expansive azure blue sea. Stretching from Cassis (some estimates suggest Toulon as an alternative) and all the way along the Mediterranean sea to Saint Tropez, the Cote d’Azur encompasses Monaco and much of Provence.

Head to the French Riviera during spring in France if you want to explore the region without overly-warm weather to accompany you! Some of the best things to do on the French Riviera include strolling through historical towns, going on hikes in the surrounding countryside and, of course, relaxing on the beach.

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#9 Carcassonne, Occitanie

Heavily restored by Viollet-le-Duc during the 19th-century, the magical fortified city of Carcassone can be found in the South of France. In a place where history comes to life, the medieval citadel is often referred to simply as ‘La Cité’ is best visited in the late spring. Trust me, the crowds can get pretty packed during the summer months, not to mention the fact that the temperatures are soaring!

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#10 The Alsace Region

Thanks to their abundance of nighttimelighting, endless canals, and festive winter markets, the fairytale cities of Strasbourg and Colmar are often thought of as the perfect winter destinations. However, the simple truth is that the Alsace region always merits a visit, no matter the time of year.

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After all, the many towns and cities in the region really come to life during springtime when the cherry blossoms are in bloom and pops of purple wisteria trail into every snapshot. And if you’re a history buff, then some of the best places to visit in the Alsace region include countless castles.

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#11 Nantes

A little off the beaten tourist track, though beautiful to visit nonetheless, Nantes is to be found in the West of France. Close to the Atlantic Ocean, the city is a great base from which to explore the wider region thanks to its position as the gateway to the Loire.

Otherwise, some of the best things to do in Nantes include wandering along the ramparts of the Ducs de Bretagne and marvelling at the weird and wonderful machines of the Machines of the Isle of Nantes! And on the foodie side of things for those who enjoy seafood-inspired gastronomy, this is never too far away should you opt to visit Nantes.

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#12 The island of Corsica

The island of Corsica is stunning to visit all year ’round, though best-seen just before or just after peak season (i.e. summer), and meaning that spring is one of the best times to visit. Located directly to the South of Marseille, this is one of the warmest French destinations in March, April, and May!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Spring in France (French Springtime FAQs)

What should I pack for spring in France?

Packing for springtime in l’Hexagone is pretty similar to packing for autumn, though your destination will determine exactly what you bring. For example, if you head to the North of the country, then you can expect much chilly weather (and more rain) than if you were to head to the south. The key is to pack cute layers and comfortable to walk in chic boots. These ones pair well with dresses (I love this company for capsule wardrobe dresses).

What is the weather like in spring in France?

Though a little less cold than the winter months, Spring (March, April, and May) still brings plenty of rain showers, meaning that multiple pairs of shoes and an umbrella or light rain jacket (like this one) are an absolute must! As always, weather in the South of France during the spring is typically much sunnier and drier than the weather in the North of the country.

Is spring a good time to visit France?

Truth be told, Spring is easily one of my favourite times to explore France. There are many reasons, but some of the most important include the fact that the days are longer than in the winter, there are fewer tourists and so prices are cheaper than in the summer, and everything is in bloom! Some of the best cities to spy pretty blossoms include Lyon, Bordeaux, and Paris.

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What do the French celebrate in spring? ›

With spring in France comes the festivities of Easter (Pâques in French) and many other public holidays and festivities such as May Day, the Ascension, Pentecost and the festival of Cannes

Why is spring the best time to visit France? ›

Spring is pleasant across the country, with fewer crowds and temperatures ranging from 55°F to 68°F. They can rise up to 84°F in summer, but aren't too hot to stop you from exploring the cities, mountains, and countryside.

Where to go in France in April? ›

Places to Visit in France in April
  • Paris. Paris has some of the best monuments with amazing architecture, tasty food, lovely vibes and of course known for being the fashion capital of the world. ...
  • Normandy. ...
  • 3. Provence. ...
  • Lyon. ...
  • Dijon.
Apr 27, 2022

What do French people do on the 1st of April? ›

In France, April Fool's Day is simply known as the '1er avril' but it is a day when people, mostly children, try to hook paper fish on the back of unwary victims which will then walk around with a paper fish on their backs without their knowledge. Like in the UK, it is a day for pranks and jokes.

What do French people celebrate in April? ›

In France, April Fools' Day is known for the “poisson d'avril” (April Fish). That tradition dates back to 1564.

Is it better to go to France in the spring or fall? ›

Late spring and fall are best, with generally good weather and lighter crowds, though summer brings festivals, animated villages, reliable weather, and long opening hours at sights.

When should I visit Paris in spring? ›

So if you dream of being in Paris in springtime, you should plan to visit in the months of, March, April, and May with mid-march to the end of April presenting the best chances of seeing the trees and flowers in full bloom.

What is spring like in Nice France? ›

Spring. The weather in Nice in the spring is warm, with highs of around 21 °C in May. Rain is also likely, particularly in April when Nice can expect an average of 73 mm of rainfall throughout the month.

What part of France is warm in April? ›

Visit the warmest place in France: French Riviera

With the weather you can never be certain, but on average, from the end of April through to September you will be walking around in shorts and flip flops.

What is the 2nd most popular attraction in France? ›

The Most-Visited Sites in France
  • 01 of 20. Disneyland Paris. ...
  • 02 of 20. Louvre Museum, Paris. ...
  • 03 of 20. Eiffel Tower, Paris. ...
  • 04 of 20. Château de Versailles near Paris. ...
  • 05 of 20. Pompidou Centre (National Museum of Modern Art, NMMA), Paris. ...
  • 06 of 20. Musée d'Orsay, Paris. ...
  • 07 of 20. ...
  • 08 of 20.
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What is the number one tourist attraction in France? ›

1. Eiffel Tower. The symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower is a feat of ingenuity as much as it is a famous landmark. This structure of 8,000 metallic parts was designed by Gustave Eiffel as a temporary exhibit for the World Fair of 1889.

What are 3 French traditions? ›

The French celebrate the traditional Christian holidays of Christmas and Easter. They mark May Day, also known as Labor Day, on May 1. Victory in Europe Day on May 8 commemorates the end of hostilities in Europe in World War II. Bastille Day is celebrated on July 14.

What holiday is April 1st in France? ›

April Fools' Day in France – A French Tradition

In many countries around the world April 1 is a day to have fun and play harmless jokes on your family and friends. Known as April Fools' Day or All Fools' Day it is particularly enjoyed by children.

What is the first of April in France? ›

The 1st April (1er Avril) is known in many countries as 'April Fool's Day' and today remains one of the most widely celebrated non-religious festivals in France. In French, April Fool's Day is known as 'Poisson d'Avril' (April Fish).

Why is Paris special in April? ›

April marks the early beginnings of the tourist season. Hotel prices are cheaper than stays during the peak tourist season between July and September. The Crowds. Paris is the most visited city in all of Europe.

What French holiday is in March? ›

i) Fête des Grands-Mères – Grandmother's Day

Unlike North America which celebrates both grandparents together in September, in France, Grandmother's day is in March, while Grandfather's day is in October.

What do French people celebrate in May? ›

May Day or La Fête du Travail is a public holiday in many countries including France. It is an occasion to celebrate workers rights, but also to offer some lily of the valley flowers to loved ones!

Where is the best weather in France in April? ›

The warmest regions of France in April are Provence, Dordogne, Carcassonne and the French Riviera.

What is France weather like in spring? ›

Spring in France

Pleasant, temperate conditions tend to reign in spring, with chillier temperatures in March and early April giving way to warmer weather later in the season. Overall, depending on your destination and trip dates, expect temperatures to range somewhere between 50 F to 75 F.

How Cold Is France in spring? ›

Spring (March - May)

A popular time of the year to visit the French capital, spring in Paris starts out chilly with daily highs of around 54°F (12°C) in March. By May the weather warms up to a very pleasant 68°F (20°C) - perfect for spending the day exploring the city's beautiful gardens and parks.

What is Paris like in the spring? ›

What's Paris' spring weather like? The weather in Paris in spring is starting to warm up. Temperatures rise from an average high of 12°C (54°F) in March to 20°C (68°F) in May, with overnight lows from 5–11°C (41–52°F). It's a great time to explore the city before it gets too hot.

Is Paris nice in the spring? ›

Spring (especially April and May) and autumn (particularly September and October) are ideal for visiting Paris, as crowds will be thinner, but the weather will be nice.

What month is Paris most beautiful? ›

September and October are arguably the best months to be in Paris — a brisk breeze seeps into the air, Paris Fashion Week is in full force, and turning leaves line the city's most scenic jardins.

Is Nice worth visiting in April? ›

The best times to visit Nice in the French Riviera vary from year to year, but typically April through June and September through October are considered excellent times of year for visiting this area on the Côte d'Azur. These months often feature warm days with some nice beach weather during July and August.

Is South of France Nice in spring? ›

It's Still Warm and Sunny

True, the chance of some grey skies or a thunderstorm every now and again are slightly higher in springtime, but the region overall is known to have over 300 days of sunshine per year – so, no need to worry!

What is South of France like in April? ›

South of France weather April 20210

You can get some absolutely scorching days in April. The temperature can literally climb 8-10oC in the space of an hour. The average temperature in South of France during April is 17oC and there are on average around 8 days during the month when it rains.

Which place is best for spring season? ›

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  • Darjeeling, West Bengal. ...
  • Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh. ...
  • Goa. ...
  • Bir, Himachal Pradesh. ...
  • Dayara Bugyal, Uttarakhand. ...
  • Valley of flowers, Uttrakhand. ...
  • Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.
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Which country is best to visit in spring? ›

Top 10 Countries to Visit in Spring
  • Italy. Italy is easily one of the best holiday destinations no matter the time of year, but Spring is undoubtedly the best season. ...
  • France. Much like Italy, France in Spring is almost like a postcard. ...
  • Greece. ...
  • Mexico. ...
  • Japan. ...
  • Thailand. ...
  • South Africa.

What is the best place to go in April? ›

Best Places to Visit in April 2023
  • Arches National Park.
  • Sedona.
  • Bora Bora.
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Madrid.
  • Amsterdam.
  • Joshua Tree National Park.
  • Kauai.

What is there to do in Provence in spring? ›

Provence in Spring

The market stalls are piled with spring vegetables like artichokes and asparagus. Cafés throw open their doors to greet the sun, It's a great time to sit outside sipping coffee and eating croissants. Trees blossom and flowers bloom; the fields and vineyards become oceans of every shade of green.

Is South of France Nice in April? ›

April is a really good month to visit France. The weather is great in the south, where it is not too hot but already warming up well, and still mild in the north—although not so chilly that you can't enjoy time outdoors.

Is Provence Nice in April? ›

April transitions to Provence's shoulder season when visitor numbers increase, yet there are still bargains to be had. The weather is warm during the day and though there are plenty of April showers, they're short and give way to clear blue skies that characterize the south coast.

What is the warmest place in Europe in April? ›

Cyprus is the hottest destination in Europe in April due to its location in the eastern Mediterranean. On the south coast around Paphos, Ayia Napa, Larnaka and Limassol you can also expect temperatures of up to 25 degrees.

Where is warm in March and April? ›

Those looking for a beach break will find plenty of tropical sunshine in destinations like Mexico, Thailand and South Africa. Meanwhile, city breakers can enjoy pleasantly warm sunny days in European cities like Rome, Athens and Madrid.

What is the prettiest city in France? ›

Paris, the Capital

Look no further: Paris is the most beautiful city in France and also the most romantic. For many people, Paris is the first contact with the country, the final destination or the starting point for fun road trips through France.

What is the 2nd most visited town in France? ›

Nice. Located on the French Riviera close to the Italian border, Nice is the second most-visited city in France.

What is the prettiest town in France 2022? ›

Located in the Dordogne Valley, Rocamadour is indisputably one of the most beautiful villages in France. With its perched basilica and multiple fortified gates, this city in the Lot department never ceases to amaze its visitors.

What should you not forget to go to France? ›

Paris Packing List: 20 Things Not to Forget & 5 Things You Can Leave at Home
  • Small backpack. Don't take a big bag for your trip to Paris! ...
  • Camera. Of course! ...
  • Universal adaptor. ...
  • Umbrella. ...
  • One photo ID. ...
  • Raincoat. ...
  • Sweater or jacket. ...
  • Debit/Credit card.
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What are the 3 most visited places in the world? ›

New York (Total International travelers: 13.60 million) Istanbul (Total International travelers: 13.40 million) Tokyo (Total International travelers: 12.93 million)

What attracts people in France? ›

  • The Landscapes are Stunning. ...
  • There is History everywhere. ...
  • Architecture from across the ages. ...
  • The Food is Mouth-Watering. ...
  • The Wine is Exquisite. ...
  • The Beaches are Beautiful. ...
  • There are 45 UNESCO Heritage Sites. ...
  • The Skiing in France is second to none.

Why France is the best place to visit? ›

France consistently tops the list as the world's most visited destination – and it doesn't take much imagination to see why. Its winning formula of captivating cities, awe-inspiring landscapes – including the Alps and the Pyrenees – an enviable coastline and some of the world's best food and wine is hard to resist.

What are the French traditions at Easter? ›

French people wish each other “Joyeuses Pâques”. Easter traditions in France include chocolate, bells, eggs, rabbits, chicken and lamb! French people traditionally eat lamb at Easter, the most traditional dish is a leg of lamb cooked in the oven with provençal herbs, cumin, garlic and olive oil.

What is a major celebration in France? ›

Bastille Day is France's National Day, analogous to Independence Day in the U.S. Its formal French name is la Fête Nationale, and is celebrated every year on July 14. The holiday commemorates the turning point in the French Revolution.

What are four famous French things? ›

Get to know about the 15 best things France is famous for!
  • 1 – The Eiffel Tower. When you say France, Eiffel Tower is the first thing that comes to my mind. ...
  • 2 – Musée du Louvre. ...
  • 3 – Notre-Dame de Paris. ...
  • 4 –Palace of Versailles. ...
  • 5 – Gourmet Food. ...
  • 6 – Mont Blanc. ...
  • 7 – The French Rivera. ...
  • 8 – Arc de Triomphe.
May 9, 2022

What is unique in France? ›

France is known all around the world for Paris and its monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and the Notre-Dame cathedral. French people are very passionate about their culture and art, which is showcased in many museums like the Louvre.

What is considered disrespectful in French culture? ›

French people tend not to visit unannounced or uninvited. To do so is considered rude. When invited to a dinner, it is common for guests to ask their hosts if they are required to bring something on the day. Guests may also bring a bottle of wine or dessert.

What is the most important thing in the French culture? ›

Equality and unity are important to the French. The French also value style and sophistication, and they take pride in the beauty and artistry of their country. Family is also highly valued in French culture.

What are 3 Easter traditions? ›

Since its origins, Easter has been a time of celebration and feasting and many traditional Easter games and customs developed, such as egg rolling, egg tapping, pace egging, cascarones or confetti eggs and egg decorating.

What is French food at Easter? ›

While in the United States, ham is popular as a main course, in France, the typical Easter main course is a leg of lamb. The dining table is often set with pots of flowers for decoration. Side dishes can include cold asparagus served with a vinaigrette sauce, boiled eggs, and chives.

Where to spend Easter in France? ›

Celebrate Easter in France
  • Claude Monet's gardens at Giverny © S. ...
  • Colmar in Alsace in Spring © OT Colmar.
  • Player of the carillon bells in Castres, Tarn © Mary Anne Evans.
  • Easter Bunny Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
  • Easter Egg Hunt Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
Mar 5, 2021

What are 10 of the most important events in the French Revolution? ›

  • Call of the Estates Generals (May 5, 1789) ...
  • Tennis Court Oath (June 17, 1789) ...
  • Storming of the Bastille (July 14, 1789) ...
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man (August 26, 1789) ...
  • March on Versailles (October 5, 1789) ...
  • Civil Constitution of the Clergy (July 12, 1790) ...
  • Royal Family attempts to flee (June 20, 1791)

What is special in France today? ›

There are no holidays in France today.

What is the most famous celebration? ›

Top 15 Most Celebrated Holidays Around the World
  • Valentine's Day. When: February 14. ...
  • Easter. When: March/April/May. ...
  • Christmas. When: December 25. ...
  • Thanksgiving. When: 4th Thursday in November (U.S.) ...
  • St. Patrick's Day. ...
  • Halloween. When: October 31. ...
  • New Year. When: January 1. ...
  • Chinese New Year.
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