Top Ten Romantic Villages in France


SARLAT-LA-CANEDA: It's larger than a village, in truth, and it's completely charming from all angles in the highly-frequented tourist destination of the Dordogne. Try coming in January when the crowds are thinner and the mists all the more mediaeval. Great views from the lift in the belfry and a superb market in a converted church and the market square.

Tootlafrance’s list includes a number of places that many may not yet have had the chance to visit

France abounds in pretty romantic small towns and villages. Here, we take a look at some of the most striking examples in the country. Many of them are found in areas that a lot of Irish people see as blank spaces on the map, so we’ve made a map below the slide show to make that location a bit easier and to see if it will fit into some part of your itinerary this summer. Oh, and because it’s so hard to narrow it down to 10, we’ve included 26!

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