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Bordeaux is impressive with its romantic bridges and Gothic gargoyles clinging to limestone walls, unmatched dining, legendary wines and world-class art. From here discover the ever-beautiful Dordogne River with its castles and cave art before heading south to the magic of Carcassonne and eventually the Med.
Be sure to enjoy a wine tasting in the village and pick-up some Macarons, a local delicacy, to take on your journey.
A quaint, medieval, hilltop village and classified as UNESCO World Heritage for its natural landscape. Book a table at La Brasserie Bordelaise for a bustling and fun evening with yummy food and a great selection of local wines.
Voted one of the prettiest villages in all of France, this is another ‘must-see’. It is a picture postcard with its white and ochre houses, nestled between the cliffside and the Dordogne River.
In this picturesque town you’ll find Abbey Church of Sainte Marie with its famous Romanesque architecture. If visiting in July, this town comes alive with a week-long jazz festival. It’s been held now for over 30 years and artists flock to the bars, cafés and squares of the town and surrounding villages.
Visit this UNESCO World Heritage-site, known for its magnificent Palaeolithic cave paintings and National Prehistory Museum to learn about cave painting.
Stop here en route to Carcassonne. On Monday’s they have market day which is packed with local produce including fresh veges, breads and patisseries, charcuterie and preserves. Aim to get there early though, before it is too hot to wander around.
It’s massive, is perched on a rocky hilltop, has spikey turrets and fortified walls with amazing gardens, and is close by the UNESCO World Heritage-site of the Canal du Midi.
Drive down to the coast to discover the sensational fishing village of Collioure with its old town, gorgeous beaches, and a waterfront castle and church, all set around a beautiful bay. See works of Matisse and Derain on the walls throughout town.
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