By Katie James
September 16, 2014

Our favorite new fragrances are inspired by destinations near and far.

1. The windswept shores of England lie at the heart of Jo Malone’s Wood Sage & Sea Salt collection: a driftwood-and-white-musk base evokes rugged cliffs and ocean breezes. From $60.

2. Van Cleef & Arpels’ California Rêverie combines jasmine with beeswax, vanilla, and mandarin orange for a sunbaked scent that channels Big Sur. $185.

3. Acqua di Parma cultivated a special centifola rose in Piedmont, Italy, for Rosa Nobile Eau de Parfum. Added in: lily of the valley, peony, and violet, plus bergamot and pepper top notes. From $120.

4. On a trip to southwestern France, the founders of Fresh fell in love with the eponymous flower in Honeysuckle Eau de Parfum, blending it with magnolia, black currant, and peach. $88.

5. The Turkish damascena rose in Armani/Privé’s Rose d’Arabie Swarovski Edition instantly transports you to the Middle East. The potent extract is mixed with hints of patchouli, vanilla, and Arabian woods. Available in November; $460.

Katie James is an Editorial Assistant at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @kjames259.