8 Stunning French Beach Towns To Visit 

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Cannes - Renowned for its glamorous seaside location, Cannes is surrounded by a wide, sandy bay.

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La Rochelle - La Rochelle, located on the Atlantic coast of France, was an important port in the Age of Exploration from the 14th to the 17th century.

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Cassis - The limestone dunes of the Parc National des Calanques, the pretty little town of Cassis, southeast of busy Marseille.

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Marseille - Marseille is the largest port in France and has a bustling, gritty feel but it is also a city.

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Honfleur - Beautiful Honfleur is located close to the long, sandy beaches of the Seine estuary, under expansive skies.

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Deauville - An hour away from the busy port of Le Havre, quiet Deauville beckons with its silvery beaches and old-fashioned glamour.

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Villefranche-sur-Mer - Only 15 minutes from Nice, very quiet Villefranche-sur-Mer is a traditional Riviera resort town.

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Antibes - The luxurious resort town of Antibes lies between Cannes and Nice on the Cote d'Azur, just north of the rugged, wild Cap d'Antibes peninsula.

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