YouTube star turned coffee company entrepreneur Emma Chamberlain is known for her love of traveling. She thoroughly documented her travels over Europe last summer and included the places she went and all the delicious food she ate.

Read on to find out how to explore the South of France just like Emma Chamberlain.

Chamberlain visited Cannes and enjoyed walking around the city’s alleyways. To travel like Chamberlain, you have to be okay with stopping into stores that look interesting. She picked up a portable fan at a local gift shop called Bathroom Graffiti. You, too, can stop in at the iconic store at 52 Rue d’Antibes, 06400. Chamberlain also stopped in a local store to purchase a necklace, hat, some home decor and refrigerator magnets.

Farmer’s markets are a staple in southern France, and visitors should make an effort to carve out time to peruse one. Marche Forville is a traditional French outdoor market stocked by local vendors which provide excellent quality goods including meat, cheese, fish and vegetables. Keep in mind that Marche Forville is closed on Mondays and on other days closes by early afternoon.

The internet personality loves coffee and, of course, had to stop at one of the local cafés. To truly travel like Chamberlain, visit her favorite coffee shop, Copenhagen Coffee Lab at 1 Boulevard Carnot, 06400. The shop gets rave reviews, and it also gluten-free friendly.

You can’t visit Cannes without taking a dip in the clear blue water. Plage du Midi is a favorite as it is central to the city. It stretches about 700 meters and there are umbrellas and beach chairs available to rent, making it a perfect destination for both adults and children.

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