Travel photography France


My home country, The Netherlands, and my home town, The Hague, are just a stone’s throw away from France, which is why I’ve been lucky enough to visit a handful of times. In fact, on any given weekend, I can jump in my car and drive to France in just 3 hours: lucky me!

There are plenty of reasons why I’ve visited the country so many times and gathered such a large library of travel stock photography of France: it’s food, cheese, wine, beer, countryside and cities are truly unique and quite spectacular for any type of visitor. 

I’ve had the pleasure to travel all over Europe, visiting places like Spain, Germany and Italy, but France will always have a part of my heart. 

Discover travel stock photography of France’s hot spots 

My travel stock photography of France can be found on this page: stock photography France. It wouldn’t be difficult to spend years in France and still have something beautiful to look at, and take photos of, of course. However, not many of us have this luxury! Instead, I’ve put together a quick list of the top five places to see in France, according to first-hand experiences:

  • Bordeaux. The wine capital of France, and perfect for food lovers too, Bordeaux is also home to historic monuments and a plethora of local markets. 
  • Saint Emilion. A fairytale-esque town with cobblestone streets and historical hotspots, Saint Emilion offers up plenty of photo opportunities.
  • Dordogne Valley. Full of medieval towns and stunning valley scenes, the Dordogne Valley is ideal for travellers hoping to soak up the great outdoors. 
  • French Alps. Ideal for hikers, skiers, and photographers alike, the alps transform into a winter wonderland during the colder months. 
  • Champagne. A great wine producing area. And not just any wine. Champagne can only be called Champagne if its made within the Champagne area.