© C. Méravilles / Grand Rodez
The museum dedicated to the work of the French painter, sculptor and engraver Pierre Soulages, presents over 500 works and documents from the artist.
© CRT Midi-Pyrénées / Dominique VIET
The Canal du Midi is a must-see attraction, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the major works during the reign of Louis XIV.
© OT Carcassonne / Paul Palau
Discover Carcassonne, a medieval city full of character, and its two listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
© Illustration Agence Fabre&Speller
Welcome to the Cave of Pont d’Arc, replica of the "Chauvet Cave", in Ardèche (Rhône-Alpes).
Château Saint Maurice was for many years home to monks who used to grow lavender, fruit, olives and grapes.
© Maison Lavau
The Lavau winery offers patrons an original way to discover the spark that makes southern Côtes du Rhône wines so special (i.e. the blending of several varieties).
Enjoy a fun course that will help you explore the world of wine.
© C. Duranti
In the South of France, between the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea,
sits a region of light and vibrant colour. Just three hours by TGV from
Paris: the sky is azure and the sun shines. You are in Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur: here, the sea is at your feet and the Alpine peaks a mere few hours away by car.
© @Carafes en Folie
If gastronomy, regional scents, and wine tasting are your thing, then head to Tournon-sur-Rhone in the Ardèche region and pay a visit to the Carafes en Folie wine bar, with its cosy atmosphere