Central regions of France

Central regions of France

The Central four regions of France include Centre Situated southwest of Paris the region flourishes with history,The northern region is occupied by la Beauce, also there are the Loire River Valley chateaux including that of the Chambord and the Chenonceaux, were the castles of the royalty and nobility of France, whose forests and hunting grounds stretch all around the castles of the river valley, In the southern area of the region lies the city of Bourges, home to charming architecture and the Gothic cathedral of Saint Etienne, a World Heritage Site. Burgundy Just southeast of Paris Just southeast from Paris — Burgundy, or Bourgogne, is perhaps best known for its vineyards directly south of the region that contains Paris, starting point of a line of vineyards that stretch south into Dijon; and Nièvre in the west, home to a gorgeous national park.  , Limousin is one of the smaller regions of France, located toward the south-western area of the country, just below the Centre Region, Known for its vast stretches of hills and upper highlands, located toward the southwestern area of the country. Not only is this region known for being sparsely populated, it is also known for having only a handful of more popular destinations , and  Auvergne, just south East of central France, below Burgundy. To see some of France’s purest, most unadulterated scenes of natural beauty, travel to Auvergne. Here lies the heaven for specific breeds of enthusiasts: hikers, nature-lovers and skiers. It suffices to say that Auvergne is reserved for those who prefer to spend time outdoors, but it is truly incredible to note just how geographically unique this place is

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