86) Mont Saint-Michel - Mont Saint-Michel is a sight that will take your breath away. The island in Normandy is topped by a medieval monastery that was once a centre of learning.
87) Plage Palombaggia, Porto-Vecchio - Beach lovers, rejoice, for Plage Palombaggia in Porto-Vecchio is one of the most stunning beaches in France. Clear waters, pine trees and long stretches of sand create an idyllic setting for romance and relaxation.
88) French Riviera - This is the stuff of television and film and no visit to France is complete without a trip to the French Riviera! Glamorous houses and famous destinations like Saint-Tropez and Cannes are here.
89) Dordogne - Few places are as charming as Dordogne with its picturesque villages and chateaus, gardens, castles and caves. Spend a few days to immerse yourself in its heady beauty.
90) Adrenalin kick, Chamonix - Eager for adventure? Chamonix will give it to you in spades! The valley offers plenty to do such as trail running, mountain biking, rafting and climbing.
91) Dune du Pilat - A massive sand dune situated between a peninsula and a forest - Dune du Pilat is like a large playground for kids and adults. It’s Europe’s tallest sand dune and is often times described as a sand monster!
92) D-Day Beaches - See where Allied troops landed during Operation Overlord in the Second World War. The D-Day Beaches include Juno Beach, Sword Beach, Gold Beach, Omaha Beach and Utah Beach.
93) Gorge du Verdon - Discover one of France’s best natural wonders at the Gorge du Verdon, which is the deepest in the country. Explore the rim and kayak below.
94) Chateau de Chambord - Although incomplete, Chateau de Chambord is one of the famous buildings in France. French Renaissance architecture dominates along with a huge French formal garden.
95) Etretat Cliffs - The white cliffs of Etretat, dramatic arches and beach make it one of the best places to visit in France. You can hike the trails connecting the three points in a few hours.
96) Montpellier - Montpellier is an elegant city graced with stately houses and charming streets. Sit down for a snack at an outdoor cafe, check out the street art or go on a guided tour.
97) Val-d'Isere - Explore the majesty of the French Alps at Val-d'Isere. The ski resort draws a steady flow of alpine sports aficionados every year.
98) La Cote des Basques, Biarritz - The gorgeous Basque Coast is every beach lover’s paradise. La Cote des Basques, in particular, stands out for its cliffs, surfing opportunities and beachfront bars.
99) Le Cappiello, Paris - Dine at Le Cappiello in Paris, a brightly lit, intimate and inviting establishment that serves fresh items and seasonal dishes. Try the filet mignon, ravioli and chicken tenders.
100) Burgundy - Like Bordeaux, Burgundy is known for its wines and you can’t leave without going on a wine tasting tour. Dijon, Auxerre and Macon are a few top places to visit.
101) Colmar Town - Colmar Town is another wine-producing region but its medieval buildings and annual wine fair, Foire aux vins d'Alsace, help it stand out.