There is more to Bordeaux than just the water mirror or the Cité du Vin. The city that is nicknamed the Sleeping Beauty will awaken your curiosity with places and activities that are out of the ordinary. If you want to discover the city off the beaten track, we have listed for you 5 ideas for unusual visits.
Locronan, an ancient city of weavers in South Finistère, is a Breton town with a remarkable heritage. Known for hosting the procession of the Grande Troménie since the Middle Ages, this Small City of Character is also a land of inspiration for artists and filmmakers. We have selected for you 5 things to do to discover the different facets of this unmissable tourist destination.
The resort of Val Thorens in Savoie is an exceptional setting for a ski vacation. It offers a wide range of activities for both skiing and non-skiing enthusiasts. If you wonder what to do there, we have selected for you activities for all tastes.
We generally discover the Island of Beauty by arriving there by boat or by plane and then we explore this territory by car, by motorcycle or on foot on the famous GR20. But did you know that it is possible to visit Corsica in a different way thanks to the little Corsican train? We suggest you to discover U Trinighellu, a railway line with a strong tourist potential.
The largest island in Wales, Anglesey is a true nugget of wilderness. It is home to unspoiled coastlines, secret coves and many charming villages. We have listed for you 5 good reasons to visit this island of preserved beauty.
Located at 60 km from Nice, Ascros is a perched village in the Alpes-Maritimes. This small village of less than 200 inhabitants comes alive in summer thanks to local festivals and outdoor activities. We have listed for you 5 good reasons to visit this authentic village.
If you are lucky enough to spend your vacations in Occitania, don't miss to visit Narbonne, the sub-prefecture of Aude! With its downtown area rich in history, its vineyards, its canal and its sandy beach, this destination has a lot to offer to visitors. We have listed for you 5 must-see things to do there.
Once dedicated to the supply of drinking water to the city of Paris and to the transport of wood, the Ourcq Canal has become a place of leisure for the inhabitants of Île-de-France. Despite its 200 years of existence, this canal is now experiencing a second youth. Here are 5 things to know about this place where it is good to navigate and stroll on foot or by bike.
There is not only the Fort Carré, the Cap d'Antibes and the Picasso museum to visit in the city of Antibes! This Côte d'Azur destination is home to many other treasures that have remained hidden from the tourist crowds. We suggest you discover 5 secret places in Antibes for visits off the beaten track.
In summer, the long-awaited vacations often mean long journeys and, unfortunately, sometimes neck or back pain. Whether you're taking the train, plane or car, if you don't want to start your trip in pain, follow our tips for avoiding back pain while traveling.