Also known as "The Queen of the Alps", is Sixt's best-known waterfall. The torrent surges dramatically in two huge steps, falling for over 80 metres.
Once owned by the Carmaux Colliery and Railway Company, who used wood from the forest to make railway sleepers in the mines, today you can still find oak...Read more
The Parc des Volcans, in the heart of Auvergne, is made up of remarkable landscapes, flora and fauna. But it also owes its singularity to an entire rural...Read more
After a short ascent beyond the church, the puy d'Usson overlooks this village, which is classified among the most beautiful in France. The views over...Read more
This garden has the shape of a planisphere which will guide you along the paths of history, botany and the smart relationship between men and nature.
The May factory is a former knife making factory. A dedicated space for cooperatives ensuring sustainable development of the Factory Valley, it opens its...Read more