What's the oldest effervescent one in the world? It's the famous blanquette-de-limoux, one of the oldest appellations in the Languedoc. The monks of the Saint-Hilaire abbey are said to have discovered it in 1531. If today everyone wants a bubble, ...+ See feature
It's the largest and oldest lake in the world. Lake Baikal is 25 million years old and is located in a valley larger than Belgium. It freezes for five months of the year. In March, when the Siberian winds howl at the surface, the differences in ...+ See feature
"I like reports where women work in unusual jobs, often reserved for men, with passion and sensitivity. I found that in Scarlette. Scarlette Le Corre is a character. A real one. She is the only female sailor fisherman in the port of Guilvinec, and ...+ See feature
The time of high tides is approaching: the opportunity to admire the powerful ballet of the waves. Enchanting, scoundrels, indomitable, they are one of the symbols of the power of nature. The waves fascinate by their beauty, their complexity and ...+ See feature
From the Paradise Valley to the Corbières, our photographer Arnaud SPANI invites you to discover the many grape varieties and appellations that populate the largest vineyard in the world and the iconic wines of the region: Madiran, Cahors, Gaillac, ...+ See feature
It bears its nickname so well: the Isle of Beauty. Popular for its beaches, mountainous landscapes and port cities, Corsica abounds in places as authentic as they are preserved. Unique!
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Rich in the regional nature parks of the Ardennes, the Ballons des Vosges, the Montagne de Reims, Lorraine and the Northern Vosges, the Grand Est Region also offers its cities of Art and History with many treasures, its charming flowered ...+ See feature
Along the Mediterranean, stretching from the Pyrenees to Provence, crossed by the Canal du Midi, Occitania unveils marvellous territories such as Gascony, Quercy, the Cevennes, Languedoc or Roussillon.
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Falklands, South Georgia, South Orkney, South Shetland Islands, Antarctic Peninsula. So many mythical lands coveted by legendary explorers such as James Cook, Ernest Shackleton, Jean-Baptiste Charcot, Adrien de Gerlache, Robert Scott or Roald ...+ See feature
The Baie de Somme has finally become a Regional Natural Park. Our photographer Stéphane Bouilland who is in love with his Picardy maritime talk on its famous bay: "My approach to photography is above all guided by the desire to testify to the beauty ...+ See feature
The new Parc Naturel Régional du Mont Ventoux extends from west to east from Carpentras to the confines of the Albion plateau (bordering the Alpes de Haute-Provence) and from north to south from the Vaison-la-Romaine basin (bordering the Drôme) to ...+ See feature
On 10 August 1519, five ships, led by Fernand de Magellan, an explorer from the Portuguese nobility, left Seville with the ambition of opening a new spice route to present-day Indonesia. The navigator is convinced that there is a passage westwards ...+ See feature