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Walking FranceWalking in France: Exploring France's Great Towns and Finest Landscape on Foot Walk France. This book helps you to plan your journey and enjoy the best of France on foot. It offers multiple walking tours in Paris, suggests routes around such gems as Annecy and Avignon, and leads you into France's most stunning landscapes and national parks. Many of the walks are multi-day routes along well-marked footpaths, leading you from village to village where you'll find a comfortable bed and a good meal. A lucid and lively text provides directions and plenty of information and is accompanied by a collection of beautiful photographs and hand-drawn maps. The Cities: Paris, Rouen, Nantes, Tours, Toulouse, Strasbourg, Dijon, Annecy, Lyon, Grenoble, Le Puy, Albi, Avignon, Arles, Marseille. The Countryside: Coast of Brittany, Normandy, Loire Valley, The Dordogne, Pyrenees, Alsace and the Vosges, Vanoise, Monts Dore, Vercors, The Way of St Jacques, The Cevennes, Tarn Gorges, The Luberon, Verdon Gorge, The Mercantour, The Calanques, Corsica. It includes: detailed walking notes, practical advice for the traveller on foot, a section of the Santiago pilgrimage route, and a glossary and index.

Walks in France500 Walks in France Walk France. This title from the AA offers five hundred walks all over France and features some of the best-loved areas of the country. Ranging from gentle country strolls to more challenging walks. All routes have been licensed from the Federation Francaise de la Randonee Pedestre (FFRP) so have been thoroughly researched.

Walking the French GorgesWalking the French Gorges: Trail Through Provence and the Ardeche Walk France. Provence and Ardeche offer some of the most delectable walking in all France. This guidebook describes a 320 mile route, in 26 daily stages, from the Cote d'Azur to the Massif Central, including a trek along the dramatic Grand Canyon of the Verdon, and an ascent of Mont Ventoux, the highest summit in mainland France outside the Alps and Pyrenees. Full of variety, the walk visits Provencal mountain villages, fields of lavender, limestone mountains and the world famous vineyards of the Rhone valley. Excellent public transport available enables the walk to be easily divided into one or two weeks holidays. Details of accommodation, transport and other facilities on and off route are included, as well as invaluable practical information for newcomers to walking in France. Those visiting the area on holiday can sample parts of the trail by a number of day walks.

Walks in NormandyHoliday Walks in Normandy Walk France. Normandy is the ideal destination for a weekend away or for a complete walking holiday, here is a wealth of suggestions, 26 walks described in detail, but to extend your range there are suggestions for more than 100 more. Enjoy this land of bounty, of cheese and cream, cider and calvados, abbeys and monastries, ancient churches and gothic cathedrals. Discover the beauty and charm of Normandy, from the chalk cliffs of Etretat to the banks of the Seine, from the vast southern forests to the landing beaches of the north. Long and short walks giving scope for the whole family. Glossary of French phrases useful to walkers. Normandy is so accessible now with shuttle and new road links and definitely worth exploring on foot. Eating places and tourist information centres are detailed, along with maps and excellent directions.

Walking in the Cathar Region of FranceWalking in the Cathar Region: Cathar Castles of South-west France (Cicerone International Walking S.) Walk France. Walking in the Cathar Region offers 22 walks based on the once strategically important castles that dominate the foothills of the Pyrenees. The collection of walks explore the castles and other locations which featured in Cathar history, mostly the 13th century, ensuring that this is an interesting and valuable guide to this area. The three long-distance walks, Le Sentier Cathare, Le Chemin des Bonshommes and the Grande Randonnees 7 & 71, are also included. Each walk has as its focal point a castle or other location associated with the Cathars. Summaries of the historical connections of each location with the Cathar period are given, and together these relate the story of the downfall of the Cathar Church, from the massacre in Beziers in 1209 to the siege at Montsegur in 1244, which ended with the burning alive of over 200 believers who refused to renounce their Cathar faith.

Walking in the DordogneWalking in the Dordogne: 30 Walks in the Region (Cicerone International Walking S.) Walk France.The Dordogne region in southwest France offers the walker a beautiful environment in which to walk, surrounded by delightful pastoral countryside, sweeping fields of crops and walnut orchards plus dramatic vistas from cliff tops. The 30 routes, split between the regions of Sarlat and Bergerac, move through this countryside, taking you along valley bottoms and into woodlands and leave plenty of time for exploring the historic sites or just sitting in the delightful surroundings of a village cafe. Illustrated with the author's own colour photographs and sketch maps, this is a comprehensive guide to exploring the region on foot.

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