Rive Gauche, 7 rue Chomel 75007 Paris
Île Saint-Louis, 18 rue Budé 75004 Paris
+33 1 42 84 80 84
Recently elected the “French people’s favourite village”, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is without doubt one of the most beautiful sites in France. Standing on a rocky cliff, its dominant position makes a superb lookout over the surrounding countryside and the meandering river Lot which flows between sheer cliffs, wooded hills and green plains crisscrossed by a multitude of rivers and streams forming the Quercy Causses Regional Nature Park. This region has a concentration of exceptional sites created by nature and mankind that includes such gems as the towns of Rocamadour and Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, Pech-Merle cave, the Dordogne valley in the French department of Lot and the Padirac sinkhole.
In the Aisne Valley, a land of history radically changed by the conflicts that have marked the people, the stones and the landscape. In the heart of an extensive countryside, the stubborn abundance of which is gradually erasing the traces. In a small peaceful village, surrounded by a rich, historic and natural heritage, between waterfall and fountain, castle and hospice, mill and priory. In the shade of the church, near to several market towns and less than 30 minutes from the main regional towns.
The site is tranquil, the setting pleasant.
4 hours from Paris by car with 340 km on the motorway, 70 km from Limoges TGV train station which puts the French capital just 2 hours away. 1 hour from Limoges International Airport and its daily links to Paris and Great Britain. In the centre of a village with local shops and 11 km from a small town which hosts a farmers’ market, a supermarket as well as all shops, restaurants and bars. In an undulating pastoral setting where small fields surrounded by hedges and ditches alternate with deciduous forests.
Visible from the north coast of the French department of Vendee, the Isle of Yeu is half an hour away by motor launch. There are regular sailings from Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie and Fromentine-La-Barre-de-Monts. A helicopter service takes just a few minutes. Nantes international airport is an hour away by road from these ports and Paris is 460 km (288 miles) away. Nantes-Paris takes 2 hours by French TGV train. Yeu is a small, rocky island with creeks and small sandy beaches. Its coastline is similar to that of Brittany with the added bonus of the Vendee climate, renowned for being the sunniest after the French Riviera. Peppered with charming hamlets, renowned for its discreet chic atmosphere, with its limed houses and delicious seafood.
On the edge of a national forest of beech and oak trees, in the hollow of a valley crossed by a rivulet.
In the heart of a small peaceful village, between stone houses and pastoral gardens separated by just a few streets.
On this side of an outstanding church, near to a former fortified castle and a Renaissance castle, a property that is home to celebrities.
In the Therain Valley, between picturesque, rustic unspoilt countryside and buildings bearing witness to history and heritage.
Just a few minutes from a large market town and a small town, and less than half an hour from the region’s main tourist towns.
Approx. one hour from Paris, and half an hour from Roissy-CDG and Beauvais-Tillé.
The setting is charming and the surroundings pleasant.