Located between Saint-Malo and Saint-Brieuc , Cape Fréhel counts as one of the most impressive natural monuments of Brittany. The headland at the Côte d'Émeraude extends from...
Strasbourg's Christkindelsmärik is one of the oldest Christmas markets in Europe and known mostly for its variety of Christmas tree decorations and crafts. The scent of roasted almonds...
Brittany is well-known for its dolmen and megaliths. In many places you can discover the imposing stone monuments and absorb their magic. The biggest dolmen...
Numerous myths and legends are entwined around the mystic Forest of Brocéliande in the heart of Brittany, as the story of King Artus begins here. Follow the traces of the king and his...
The Lighthouse of Eckmühl (Phare d'Eckmühl) rises 60 metres above the sea at the Cornouaille headland, one of the most dangerous places on the Breton...
Pénestin in southern Brittany is a wonderful seaside resort, which offers around ten fine sandy beaches over a 25 kilometer long coast. The highlight, however, is the enchanting Mine...
The castle of Peyrepertuse was first mentioned in 1070, but was supposedly already inhabited by the Romans, so about 1 century before Christ. The fortress,...
The museum, with an area of about 2000m², is located in the so-called Maison des Avocats, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site , in the heart of...
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The Monkey Mountain ("Affenberg") Kintzheim - La Montagne des Singes in French - is located in the forest at the foot of the Hochkönigsburg in Alsace. The...
The Parc-Musée de la Mine is located in the eastern part of Saint-Étienne, the second largest city in the Loire department after Lyon. The Museum de...
The Parc Zoologique in Paris is located in the southeast of the city in the city forest "Bois de Vincennes". Therefore, it is also known under the name...
On the north coast of Brittany, you will discover the i sland of Île de Bréhat , which is surrounded by countless cliffs and 86 small islets. The 3.5-kilometre-long and...