The countryside of France contains 156 villages declared by the Ministry of Culture of France to be “the most beautiful”. Many of the houses are modest and trimmed with wild gardens and surrounded by peaceful and silent nature. Investors who wanted to erect villas and modern hotels on the waterfront were declined. That never stopped the flow of tourists. On the contrary, the number of peasant houses has increased, and the fabulous ones today are sold at prices of up to 10,000 Euros per square meter. This is a France most people worldwide want to explore!
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In medieval villages, the peasant’s donkeys still carry heavy bags of Poitou salt while wearing pants to protect them from mosquitoes. In 1977, there were only 40 of these animals alive. This breed of Latos donkeys was endangered, but the villagers were able to preserve them, and today Latos donkeys are a tourist attraction. In this part of France, Village Halls have invested in bicycle lanes. Whether there is sunshine or rain, the French and tourists enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Here, almost all the tourists leave their cars outside the village and take the ride on two wheels.
You can travel through the France countryside by trains or buses as they are comfortable with very friendly drivers and reasonable ticket prices. All Provence villages have almost the same pattern; as you approach the entrance to the village, everything around becomes yellow hues. Then the earth, streets and houses are stained bright yellow, orange and ocher. Most of these villages look almost unreal: on one side is the village with reddish houses that seems frozen in the sun and the other side there are vineyard vines. Stepping into the village streets, you will find they’re protected from the scorching sun. Bluish or reddish stone struck the sea breeze and there may be a scent of lavender in the air. Streets may be choked with tourists or, on the contrary, so desolate that a person might hear their own thoughts; at every street corner a surprise is waiting.
Some other villages are arranged on the roads passing through a pine forest; the road usually is not widely traveled. The vintage air of the Renaissance and the gorgeous smell of the bistro café’s coffee and croissants will pleasantly surprise from place to place, just to remind you that you’re in France, the country of refinement and good taste. Usually, these villages are guarded by high towers, made from red bricks or ancient castles, and are surrounded by old monasteries and churches. They typically have spectacular fountains in the center and sloping cobbled streets with a sort of stairs carved in the middle.
Do not forget about the peaceful, calm, full of serenity atmosphere, where crickets are everywhere. Each village has its own traditional shops of authentic goods, chic boutiques with handicrafts, bakeries and brasseries with enticing aromas, and terraces where you can quench your hunger and thirst. Above all, the unmistakable perfume of lavender is like a local trademark, inviting tourists to try various sorts of creams, perfumes and oils. All these wonderful ingredients are available whenever you want to visit this magnificent region of France. It’s a fairytale and a magical countryside!