Gruissan-Plage and Paris
Like Sid and Nancy, Betty Blue doesn't exactly end well. No matter it has enough hot action between the two fantastically beautiful stars to distract you from the gloom. Betty Blue opens in the small fishing town of Gruissan-Plage in the south of France, where the lonely Zorg (Jean-Hugues Anglade) spends his days painting bungalows until the ravishing and wildly unpredictable Betty (Béatrice Dalle) arrives and turns his world upside down.
You can get to Gruissan-Plage, about an hour from Perpignan and not far from the Spanish border, by flying into the Montpellier airport. Rent a room or a private bungalow a stone's throw from the beach and play out one of the hottest sex scenes captured on film. The next morning, go look at the pink flamingos that populate the salt-water lakes in the area.
When you're done frolicking in the sun, rent a (yellow, if you want to reenact the movie literally) car and hightail it to Paris. There, check into what the Times of London has declared "one of the world's sexiest hotel rooms" at the Murano Urban Resort. No, Zorg and Betty couldn't afford it, but believe me, you want your journey to end differently than theirs did anyway.
Murano Urban Resort: 13 Boulevard du Temple; +33-(0)1-42-71-20-00
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