Gorges de l'Areuse, Switzerland. The Val de Travers is a Jura mountain valley perpendicular to the main valleys (hence the name). The river Areuse has cut itself steeply through the soft limestone and clay sediments. Following the river makes for a very scenic walk. Val de Travers,

Gorges de l'Areuse, Switzerland. The Val de Travers is a Jura mountain valley perpendicular to the main valleys (hence the name). The river Areuse has cut itself steeply through the soft limestone and clay sediments. Following the river makes for a very scenic walk. Val de Travers,

La Couvertoirade, Aveyron (12), Languedoc-Roussillon region, France. This well-preserved fortified town was owned by the Knights Templar, under orders from the Commandery of Sainte-Eulalie, from the twelfth century.

La Couvertoirade, Aveyron (12), Languedoc-Roussillon region, France. This well-preserved fortified town was owned by the Knights Templar, under orders from the Commandery of Sainte-Eulalie, from the twelfth century.

At the foot of La Roque-sur-Ceze, one of the most beautiful villages in France , the river Cèze modeled a limestone plateau to give birth to Sautadet cascades, an exceptional natural site where lovers of relaxation and adventurous divers find their happiness. © lamax - Fotolia.com

At the foot of La Roque-sur-Ceze, one of the most beautiful villages in France , the river Cèze modeled a limestone plateau to give birth to Sautadet cascades, an exceptional natural site where lovers of relaxation and adventurous divers find their happiness. © lamax - Fotolia.com

Abbaye de Fontfroide, SW of Narbonne in the Languedoc Roussillon region of the South of France

Abbaye de Fontfroide, SW of Narbonne in the Languedoc Roussillon region of the South of France

The Canal du Midi is a 241 km long canal in Southern France. It was originally named the Canal royal en Languedoc but the French revolutionaries renamed it to Canal du Midi in 1789.

The Canal du Midi is a 241 km long canal in Southern France. It was originally named the Canal royal en Languedoc but the French revolutionaries renamed it to Canal du Midi in 1789.


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Abbaye de Fontfroide, SW of Narbonne in the Languedoc Roussillon region of the South of France

Abbaye de Fontfroide, SW of Narbonne in the Languedoc Roussillon region of the South of France

The Canal du Midi is a 241 km long canal in Southern France. It was originally named the Canal royal en Languedoc but the French revolutionaries renamed it to Canal du Midi in 1789.

The Canal du Midi is a 241 km long canal in Southern France. It was originally named the Canal royal en Languedoc but the French revolutionaries renamed it to Canal du Midi in 1789.

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Orgues de l'Ille sur Tet - Languedoc Pyrénées Orientales - France

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