By Wand Agency
Take a tour of France's Most Beautiful Villages – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
I’d like to show you the Most Beautiful Villages of France:
Embodying France's natural ethereal beauty is the village of Gordes. Engulfed by luxuriant countryside and green hills, it has been deemed one of The most beautiful villages of France. Enshrouded by houses made of stone and terracotta roof tiles, the village exudes warmth and rustic charm.
Overlooking a river gorge, the magnificent town of Rocamadour is built into a nearly sheer cliff face. A historical site of pilgrimage and a place of holy relics, Rocamadour is lit with medieval history. Famous for its monastic buildings and gorgeous churches, the village is among the most sought after French destinations.
The French village of Honfleur has earned a reputation as an artist’s town over time. Its timber framed houses adorned with gray facades and cafe terraces endow it with a marked essence of uniqueness. Lovely harbor views coupled with great architecture and weather makes it a beautiful and ethereal holiday destination.
La Roque-Gageac is an amiable village enveloped in the serene waters of the
Dordogne. Compelling town sites include its riverside houses, narrow alleys, and manicured gardens all of which are absolutely delightful. A fortified village in the medieval era, it is beset with archaic manors and enthralling cliffs.
Eguisheim is a quaint village close to the German border. The characteristic narrow, cobble-stoned streets and alleyways strengthen Equisheim's stature as a resplendent medieval town. Due to its proximity to the German lands, a resolute German influence is evident in its language, architecture, and culture.