Ilovewalking France - Aumont-Aubrac to Figeac

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This 163-kilometre (102-mile) section of the Chemin de Saint-Jacques (also known as the Way of Saint James) starts in the Languedoc-Roussillon region at Aumont-Aubrac and heads south-west into the Midi-Pyrénées. Before arriving at Figeac, the path passes through three of the ‘most beautiful villages’ in France—Estaing, Saint-Côme-d’Olt and Conques. More

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Words: 13,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476341897
About Melinda Lusmore

Melinda Lusmore lives in Brisbane, Australia. Her love affair with France started in 2006 when she spent one month on her own, travelling extensively throughout the country. Motivated primarily by a fear of driving through large cities, she stayed in smaller towns and, while avoiding the major highways, discovered that rural France is filled with gorgeous villages and glorious countryside.
What better way to experience all the delights of rural France than to walk one of its hundreds of well marked walking paths?
Several of her friends also thought this sounded like a mighty fine idea and, as she started to do a little more research, she found that she had many more questions than answers.
Maybe you have a lot of questions too?
Walking in France turned out to be such a fabulous experience that she can’t bear the thought of it ending up in anyone’s too-hard basket. So her goal is to give you everything you need to choose a walk, plan your itinerary and book your accommodation.

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Review by: Lisa Clarke on July 25, 2012 :
I'm about to head off to this region. So glad I found this concise, helpful and easy to read guide. I can't wait to get there!!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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