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 Oradour-sur-Glane is a commune in the Haute-Vienne department in west-central France. The Original Village was destroyed on 10 June 1944, when 642 of its inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a Nazi German Waffren-SS company. The name of the village rests attached to that...

Geological curiosity unique in the world, the Pont d'Arc is the gateway to the Gorges de l'Ardèche and the nature reserve. Located near the UNESCO-listed Chauvet-Pont d'Arc cave, it is the fourth most photographed natural area in France with nearly 1.5 million visitors a year.

In the Haute Savoie, 30 kilometres south of Lake Geneva, Abondance is a mountain village where you can really recharge your batteries. Several centuries ago, monks from neighbouring Switzerland set up camp here. The fame of Abondance's abbey spread beyond the boundaries of the Savoie and little by...

  Traditionally, making sweet fougasse in Aigues-Mortes was reserved for the Christmas period, as part of the Thirteen desserts. Based on a Brioche dough, sugar, butter, and orange blossom, it was made by the baker with ingredients provided by the client. Now Aigues-Mortes fougasse sells all year....

Take advantage of a fantastic view of " Banks of the Seine Venables " by following path letting discover the feudal Clod; the roads of Bernières on the Seine or still the ordeal. Along the way, you can visit the church of the 12th century, the presbytery of the 18th, the fabulous natural sites or...

Aix-en-Provence is full of fountains. Everywhere, throughout the town, fountains big and small bubble.It is a city of art, light and activity.The center of Aix-en-Provence is the old town, surrounded by a circular boulevard and squares. It is a small enough area to explore on foot. Be delighted by...

Capital of the Corsican area, holidays in Ajaccio are about enjoying historical sights. Strolling atmospheric lanes filled with fascinating shops. Sipping sun-blushed wines in elegant plazas. And filling up with wonderful fresh food at restaurants marrying French and Italian culinary influences...

A unique city of medieval brick...   ... unique because of its colours, its history, and its situation. The Episcopal City is centered round two immense medieval buildings:
The Saint-Cecile Cathedral, the largest brick-built cathedral in the world, and the Berbie Palace, the former fortified...

Pay a visit to Alençon, one of the famous French cities which tourists love to visit. This French city is situated at the Orne and Sarthe departments and is considered one of the most beautiful European cities. The said city is popular not only for its amazing qualities but also for its abundance...

Built on the estuary at the mouth of the River Tavignano on the island’s east coast, 40km southeast of Corte along the N200, Aléria was first settled in 564 BC by a colony of Greek Phocaeans as a trading port for copper and lead, as well as wheat, olives and grapes. After an interlude of...

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