The Costa del Maresme (cat. Costa del Maresme) is a stretch of the Catalan coastline that coincides with the coast of the Maresme region and covers a total of 16 municipalities from Montgat to the Tordera estuary. It is bordered in the north by the Costa Brava and in the south by the Costa de …More
Montelimar Aviation Museum (Fr. Musée Européen de l’Aviation de Chasse) is a nonprofit aviation heritage museum since 1987 with hangars housing fighter planes & civil aircrafts.
Located on Montélimar aerodrome, a few minutes from the historic center of the nougat capital, the European Museum of air fighters offers you to embark on an exceptional adventure: on …More
Lake Montbel (Fr. Lac de Montbel) is an artificial lake that was filled with water in 1985, following the construction of the Montbel dam. It is located straddling the departments of Ariège and Aude in the French Pyrenees.
Lake Montbel is fed by the waters of the Hers-Vif, brought by a diversion located downstream of the …More
The “Park of the hydraulic animals” is the main tourist and cultural facility of La Roche-sur-Yon, France. At the heart of Place Napoléon, 13 animals of wood and steel are present today.
The story goes that when Napoleon founded the town in 1804, scholars who had returned from his expedition to Egypt chose La Roche-sur-Yon to …More
Ile Penotte district (Les Sables-d’Olonne, France) with its mosaics of shells.
The houses are decorated with multicoloured seashell mosaics (whelk, periwinkle, oyster, clam, scallop, mussel and exotic shells) inspired by mythology, fairy tales, fantasy stories and more.
Palau Novella or Garraf Buddhist Monastery (cat. El Palau Novella o Monestir budista del Garraf) is an old Indian house that was transformed into a Buddhist monastery – Sakya Tashi Ling (cat. Sakya Tashi Ling).
It is located in the Garraf Natural Park, in the Roman Flat urbanization, in the municipality of Olivella (cat. Olivella). The …More
Talmont-sur-Gironde is a commune in the Charente-Maritime department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in southwestern France.
The village is a member of the Les Plus Beaux Villages de France (“The most beautiful villages of France”) association.
Former bastide founded by the King of England and Duke of Aquitaine, Edward I in 1284, this small town camped on a …More
The Museum of Le Grand Blockhaus in Batz-sur-Mer, France.
The Atlantic Wall was an extensive system of coastal defences and fortifications built by Nazi Germany between 1942 and 1944, along the coast of continental Europe and Scandinavia as a defence against an anticipated Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe from the United Kingdom, during World War II. …More
Sant Feliu de Cadins (cat. Sant Feliu de Cadins) is an ancient monastery of the Cistercian order (white monks) on the outskirts of Cabanes (Alt Empordà). The monastery church is included in the List of Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.
The church is impressive in size, its total length is 42.5 meters, the nave is 10 meters …More
The automobile museum (fr. Musée automobile de Ciré d’Aunis), located in Ciré-d’Aunis in Charente-Maritime 14 kilometers north of Rochefort, is a museum that has 65 vintage cars (from 1912 to 1973) under 34 different brands including 27 French brands, about ten motorcycles but also more than 150 enamelled plates and a few petrol pumps from …More