There are several types of honeymooners. Some like to enjoy panoramic and beautiful views, but others pay more attention to food and want to eat their way through their vacation. And some couples want it both!
If you are the kind of honeymooner who really cares about the taste of the food in the places you travel, here are the best 5 destinations for foodie honeymooners.
Montana in the western United States is a place of gorgeous scenery and amazing mountain backdrops. They also happen to have some fantastic, authentic food. Moreover, you and your partner can also enjoy some fantastic local wine. Not only is the food that’s offered here amazing, but you can also have some unforgettable experiences, like riding horses, hiking through beautiful national parks, and getting a glimpse at America’s wild west.
Tuscany, a region in Italy, is considered one of the top honeymoon destinations for nearly every kind of traveler. Tuscany has a lot of countryside villas that offer guests some of the best wine in the world. Aside from that, you will also be able to enjoy some of the freshest ingredients incorporated into some of the most amazing cuisine on earth. And, of course, the views of endless vineyards and rolling hills lends a very romantic atmosphere.
Oaxaca is in southwestern Mexico, an area rich with cuisine and flavors. In Oaxaca, you will experience the best traditional Mexican foods. Your honeymoon in Mexico will be complete if you come to this area, especially into the Casa Oaxaca Hotel and Restaurant.
4. South of France
Besides being the most beautiful part of the most romantic country in the world, the South of France could be the best destination place for a foodie honeymoon. If you’re looking for somewhere to taste the best cuisine in the world, look no further than a honeymoon in the South of France. In this area, you and your partner will taste the best wine in country and will find mouthwatering dishes, all in a glamorous, gorgeous ocean setting.
5. St. Martin
One of the most-visited US US Virgin Islands, opting for a honeymoon in St. Martin will make you will feel like you’re in the middle of food paradise. The easiest food that you can find in this island is the seafood, especially fish. This island offers various prices of excellent cuisines, and many of the restaurants on this sun-soaked tropical island will cook up the fish you caught earlier in the day.
Those are the best places to visit if you want to include both panoramic views and fantastic food on your foodie honeymoon.