Millau Viaduct Millau, France Spanning miles and reaching a height of feet, the viaduct was opened in 2004 along France’s Tarn River Gorge and is the world’s highest bridge—just taller than the Eiffel Tower.
The Lavender Fields of the South of France. Lavender fields cover the high plateaux in the Sault area, at the base of Mont Ventoux. Lavender grows in the Apt area, in the Luberon and in the Valréas Enclave
Wild swimming on France's Cote d'Azur The best swimming on the Côte d'Azur is not in the Mediterranean, but in turquoise pools and waterfalls in the mountains above. Daniel Start chooses the best spots from his new guidebook, Wild Swimming in France
For sure, the fame of Paris draws the crowds and The Nice, Cannes combo have the beaches and fancy film festivals. But the northern part of this country, rich in history, architecture and the highest …