Hot dating in small towns

09-Feb-2018 12:23

It also has a printing museum and a historic hospital, with a Renaissance pharmacy or apothecary.Very attractive small town on the banks of the river Vidourle.

Delightful small former fishing port on the coast not far from the Spanish border.

Towns marked "Accessible by train" are on lines with a regular train service and a station in or close to the historic town. Help expand this list: welcomes suggestions from readers (Contact) This small town is quite popular: one of the classic stops on the Alsace wine trail, it has a remarkably well preserved centre in typical Alsace style; also wine producers, the Albert Schweizer birthplace and museum, and other historic monuments A small town built on an island in the river Dronne.

The old town on the island has attractive narrow streets with small shops and restaurants.

France has hundreds of very attractive small towns, places that are too big to be listed among the country's "beautiful villages", but often too small to be on major tourist circuits.

With their historic environments, their small shops, their markets, their pavement cafés and their local life, many of France's small country towns are just waiting to be discovered. The trouble is that while they are all by definition attractive, many of them have little else to write home about, other than the fact that they are attractive.

Delightful small former fishing port on the coast not far from the Spanish border.Towns marked "Accessible by train" are on lines with a regular train service and a station in or close to the historic town. Help expand this list: welcomes suggestions from readers (Contact) This small town is quite popular: one of the classic stops on the Alsace wine trail, it has a remarkably well preserved centre in typical Alsace style; also wine producers, the Albert Schweizer birthplace and museum, and other historic monuments A small town built on an island in the river Dronne.The old town on the island has attractive narrow streets with small shops and restaurants.France has hundreds of very attractive small towns, places that are too big to be listed among the country's "beautiful villages", but often too small to be on major tourist circuits.With their historic environments, their small shops, their markets, their pavement cafés and their local life, many of France's small country towns are just waiting to be discovered. The trouble is that while they are all by definition attractive, many of them have little else to write home about, other than the fact that they are attractive.Where best to discover "traditional France", or what the French refer to as "la France profonde"?