France trekking information


France 45° 34' 59.844" N, 3° 41' 29.0616" E

France is the largest nation in Western Europe with a population of 60,000,000, The North West coastline is in the Bay of Biscay and the English Channel, between Belgium and Spain, southeast of the UK; it also borders the Mediterranean Sea, between Italy and Spain.

France is split into 22 regions and covers a total of some 547,030 sq km
The economy of France is fairly widespread and covers diverse activities such as machinery, chemicals, automobiles, metallurgy, aircraft, electronics; textiles, food processing; and of course tourism. Tourism in France also covers a wide spectrum from wine tasting vineyard tours, biking, sunbathing at the ‘French Riviera’, city trips to Paris or Nice and wintersports in the Alps or the Pyrenees. From your rented apartments in Paris you can tour the city's many sights and attractions like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum to name a few, and you can also opt to explore the charming sights of the scenic French countryside.
France is a country rich with history. In each region you'll witness the depths of France's past. .... Contrasting landscapes, traditions galore, a variety of dialects. 40,000 monuments including 10000 châteaux, abbeys and manor houses, France’s main national park is the largest French reserve in the Alps. It offers a 600km hiking network, with a wide range of multiple theme tours : the Alps pastoral life, fauna in general, marmot population management
The Alsace Wine Route takes you past some of the world's most famous wine-farming estates. The vineyards cover thousands of acres, forming a magnificent panorama as they climb the sunny slopes of the Vosges, past medieval villages and ancient castles.

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