4 Outdoors- Other to explore in Nouvelle-Aquitaine
The Nouvelle-Aquitaine region is the largest region of France with an area of 84,035.7 kilometer square. Tourism is an important sector in a region with significant assets, starting with a mild and sunny climate, wine tourism, many heritage sites, sandy beaches for surfers, and mountains for skiers.
The Médoc district of Bordeaux is a naturally beautiful area of coastal lagoons, sand dunes, and pine forests located on the 45th parallel. It is also a global wine powerhouse and home to four of the world's most prestigious wine villages. There are around 16000 hectares of vineyards within this region. One of the beautiful places to spend your leisure time in the middle of nature.
The gorges of Holtzarte form a narrow canyon carved by the Olhadoko erreka , a precursor of the Gave de Larrau in Haute-Soule, in the French Basque country. It presents a karstic landscape cut by deep canyons, of which the Holtzarté gorges, 100 to 300 m deep, are the most spectacular. One of the naturally beautiful locations which was quiet intresting.
The Millevaches plateau , sometimes called “Limousin mountain”, is a large French granite plateau located in New Aquitaine , in the historic Limousin , of which it constitutes the highest part. It extends for the most part over a large north-eastern quarter of the Corrèze department , also occupies the southern quarter of the Creuse and overflows on the extreme south-east of Haute-Vienne .
The rock of the Virgin also called the rocks of the Virgin is a rock located in Belgium in Comblain-la-Tour in the municipality of Hamoir on the right bank of the Ourthe, a tributary of the Meuse. It is included on the list of classified real estate heritage of Hamoir since November 9, 1949. It is also listed as a site of great biological interest and as a Natura 2000 site. From the top of this rock, you can admire the entire bay of Biarritz, its Grande Plage on one side and on the other.