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26 French fairy tale destinations
Posted on 13/02/2016


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France is home to the Eiffel Tower, great food, wine and the beret. But did you know that it also boasts places so picturesque they look like they have come out of a fairytale?

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  • The cave of Saint Marcel, Ardèche
    The cave of Saint Marcel, Ardèche

    The cave, located in the southeast of France, is remarkable for its beautiful basins and its spectacular galleries.

  • Semur-en-Auxois, Côte-d'Or
    Semur-en-Auxois, Côte-d'Or

    Overlooking the river Armançon, this picturesque medieval village is located at the heart of the Burgundy region. A convent sits atop the hill and offers a sublime view over the surrounding countryside.

  • Wild Camargue horses, Camargue
    Wild Camargue horses, Camargue

    Camargue is a region in Southern France known for its marshes and extraordinary wildlife ? flamingos and wild horses among others.

  • Collonges-la-Rouge, Corrèze
    Collonges-la-Rouge, Corrèze

    The gorgeous village, built entirely with red sandstones, was founded around a priory in the 8th century. It is nicknamed the 'City of 25 towers' because of its many spires.

  • Tufs waterfall, Jura
    Tufs waterfall, Jura

    The beautiful waterfall is located in the idyllic landscapes of Jura, a region in northeastern France.


As one of Europes largest countries, France has it all; mountains, coastlines, rivers, forests, quaint villages and world leading cities. Be careful not to look past this magnificent country for if you do, you will miss the plethora of treasures on offer.

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