There are few honeymooners that wouldnít love to spend their first new days together in Paris, but not everyone can afford the luxurious Paris life. For those that want the best of both worlds, the Pyrenees Mountain Range in Europe offers just that. Renowned for being a favored honeymoon spot, this location draws the attention of honeymooners all over the world aching to get a glimpse of Spain and France. One exciting element of this location is the historic monument of Chateau de Pau, the home where King Henry the IV was born and where today you can learn a lot about the sixteenth century lifestyle.
When to GoAgain, with all that the Pyrenees has to offer, there is no bad time to go it will just depend on what you want to do. Skiing your first choice of activity? Head out in the winter. If you are looking for beautiful country with unlimited outdoor activities, head out in the summer. And if you are looking for an exclusive private getaway with access to some of the best food in the world, you can go anytime and enjoy the experience all the same.
What to DoAdventure enthusiasts will love this area, as will anyone wanting to experience culture at its finest. This region is famous for being home to the Tour de France, so summer provides ample opportunity for outdoor activity with a stunning world renowned backdrop of the mountains. Any sport winter or summer can be enjoyed here, but if thatís not your cup of tea, you can tour some local castles or engage in the rich and steep culture of the Pyrenees Mountains. In some locations, you can even rent a castle for your honeymoon stay!
What Not to DoDo not explore the mountains on your own if you are unfamiliar, due to the wildlife present and the safety dangers that may cause. Always book guided tours for your stay, and never feed the animals you may encounter.
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