14 Waterfalls to Explore in France

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Waterfalls to Explore in France

Acomat Falls

A beautiful waterfall that was placed onto the River Grande plaine and located in an insular region of France. it has a 9 meters altitude and there is a natural pool where people swim. Beware of the rocky area and the access to this area is not much difficult and you can enjoy your holidays here and can rejuvenate your soul. Here diving is not advisedd because of the harsh rocks in the waterfall.

Carbet Falls

One of the most famous and easily accessible series of waterfalls in Guadaloupe was located at the heart of the rainforest in Guadeloupe National Park. The first two falls make a huge impression, exceeding 110 meters of height each, while the third one is only 20 meters in height. You can have a small trek to reach these falls and from here you can see the vast natural beauty of this area and the falls are one of the most popular visitor sites in Guadeloupe, with approximately 400,000 visitors a

Cascade de Grand Galet

Grand Galet Falls is a waterfall on the southern section of the island of Réunion. It is situated in the Réunion National Park, and its natural pool is a popular swimming and picnic place on weekends and holidays.

Cascade de Piscia di Ghjaddu

The Piscia di Gallo waterfall is located on the borders of Freto and Alta Rocca, at the bottom of the Oso valley, in the town of San- Gavino-di-Carbini, in Corsica. The waterfall is located in the Ospedale massif. The stream of Petra Piana, mother branch of Oso, reinforced by the stream of Palavesani from the Ospedale dam lake, crosses rocky chaos for 300 m after this confluence then falls 80 m along a rock wall. One of the nice location where you can enjoy the beauty of nature and it is also a

Cascade des Tufs

The Tufs waterfall is a waterfall in the Cuisance , remarkable for its tuff massifs, located in the town of Planches-près-Arbois in the Jura. The Tufs waterfall is a waterfall in the Cuisance , remarkable for its tuff massifs, located in the town of Planches-près-Arbois in the Jura . It can be accessed from the nearby villages and also you can have a nice trek to reach the waterfall.

Cascade du Voile de la Mariée

The waterfall of the Voile de la Mariée is a waterfall of 70 meters located in Corsica in the town of Bocognano. this natural treasure will offer you a magnificent haven of peace. Explore the rocks of this mysterious waterfall and have a picnic around the waterfall. The path that leads to this waterfall is very beautiful and is always busy with tourists and locals too. One of the nice trekking destination which was covered with natural beauty.

Cascades de Polischellu

A beautiful waterfalls which were located in Corse-du-Sud, which comprises of rocky area and This site is part of the high-quality landscapes, evoking a well-preserved environment. Corsica is known for its high number of endemic species of freshwater invertebrates. One of the nice location which is covered with greenery and also a nice hiking location.

Cascades de Purcaraccia

The Purcaraccia is a stream of the town of Quenza on the massif of Bavella and pool Solenzara in Corse-du-Sud, and a tributary of the coastal river of Solenzara. The confluence takes place after waterfalls, near the needles of Urnucciu, with the stream of Vacca, the name of Solenzara in the heights. One of the nice location inside the forest which will refresh your mind.

Chute Moreau

The Moreau Falls are a series of waterfalls consisting of a large main jump 100 meters high and two secondary jumps located on the course of the Moreau River in Guadeloupe. They are located in the national park of Guadeloupe on the territory of the municipality of Goyave on the island of Basse-Terre. This fall is found in an environment of hygrophilous plants and also this place is a little bit risky to reach and her you can enjoy nature's beauty.

Gavarnie Falls

Gavarnie Falls is a 422m waterfall at a glacial cirque in the Pyrenees making it the tallest falls in France. The falls are situated in the Cirque de Gavarnie, near the village Gavarnie in the Hautes-Pyrénées. It is fed by melting snow and a small glacier, located in Spain. This water seeps underground until it appears at the upper rim of the waterfall.

Le Hérisson

The Hedgehog is a river in the Jura massif, in France, in the French Jura Lakes Region and a tributary of the Ain, therefore a sub-tributary of the Rhône. The stream then joins the lower valley, jumping nearly 300 meters of vertical drop over 3 kilometers, constituting the Hérisson 2 waterfalls. Various belvederes and a walking path allow you to follow the successive falls.

Niagara Fall

It is a beautiful waterfall in the commune of Sainte-Suzanne on the island of Réunion with a height of approximately 25 meters.

Saut De La Lézarde

Saut De La Lézarde is a beautiful waterfall that was on the Lézarde river which is located in the Guadeloupe National Park in the town of Petit-Bourg in Guadeloupe. Along with other waterfalls, it is one of the places of tourist attraction of the archipelago. Like all retention basins at the foot of the waterfalls and jumps in Guadeloupe, the Lézarde jump is frequented by tourists who can swim there. You can spend some good times here and also can enjoy the miracle of nature.

Voile de la Mariée (Salazie)

The Bridal Veil Falls is a beautiful waterfall located at about 500 m altitudes along the mountainous rampart that separates the cirque Salazie and the plateau forest Bélouve.

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