Cities – Villages




Since June 28, 2007, Bordeaux was declared World Heritage by the UNESCO. This Declaration implies recognition of the value and the heritage unit of the city, which has been modernized over the course of the centuries without breaking their harmony and their architectural wealth. Bordeaux is the first urban set distinguished in a space so large and complex that spans 1810 hectares, for example: half of the city and boulevards are on the banks of the Garonne River.


This small medieval town, located in the heart of one of the most famous vineyards of the Bordeaux region, is unique in its kind given the large number of wine properties, the excellent quality of its wines and its majestic architectures, as well as its monuments.


Toulouse is a city which has an exceptional heritage and reserve you beautiful surprises. Mansions of the golden age of the woad or yerba pastel, (plant cultivated in the 16th century for its blue pigment), religious buildings with decoration of brick and stone, rich collections in museums located in famous buildings or industrial sites that have been given a new life. Intently, come to enjoy! Wandering through streets and monuments, the city rose reveal their history and their charms.


On the shores of the Mediterranean, Montpellier is the eighth largest city in France. Let yourself be seduced by its culture and its festive atmosphere. City of ancient tradition is the seat of the most ancient medicine Faculty in Europe which is still in operation. Over the years, this city has some works that have managed to reach levels of comparable importance with the great metropolis of the world. Prestigious architects Jean Nouvel and Ricardo Bofill have left their mark in some buildings in the city.

Medieval Villages


The Citadel of Carcassonne was declared world heritage of the UNESCO in the year 1997. Carcassonne is primarily known as a fortified medieval town; but this rocky figurehead is being occupied by man since the sixth century BC, first in the form a French enclave and, later, from the centuries III to IV of our era, as a Roman city walled.