Roman treasures, sultry stone squares and a festive atmosphere that crescendos during bullfights makes Arles a seductive stepping stone into the Camargue. And if its ...
Once the capital of Julius Caesar's empire, Arles is covered in Roman architecture, including the still-used amphitheater.
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This town is, literally, in ruins. While the historic city stands and thrives, there are many ruins around to visit, including the most famous: The Saint-Bénézet Bridge only half stands when it used to connect the town to the isle of Villeneuve.
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This lovely city, that is also known for its wine, sits on an estuary and is the site of the French Wars of Religion. Visit the Citadel and other ruins.
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Many of the houses in Cognac are hundreds of years old and there are historic stone houses where spirits are being made, some with their own spirits as well (hauntings have been well-documented).
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This busy port is very important. The city itself has been many things in its lifetime: an artist's region, a military fortress and the political hub of the Duchy of Normandy. There's a mash of architectural eras represented, making it very interesting indeed.
Set in the heart of the Alpilles regional country park, Les Baux-de-Provence is a listed heritage site that has won titles such as “one of the Most Beautiful ...
With its cobbled streets and courtyard gardens, this tiny village makes you feel as if you've both stepped back in time and into a movie set. Bring your walking shoes to visit its amazing sites and be prepared to really just kick back and relax with a glass of wine in a sweet little cafe.
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Richard the Lionheart was crowned here during the Crusades and Joan of Arc was also burned at the stake, but you can also see the oldest Jewish building in France, a fabulous Gothic church and a Medieval cemetery.