The Espace Killy is a ski area in the Tarentaise Valley, Savoie in the French Alps, named after the skier Jean-Claude Killy. It covers the resorts of Val d’Isère and Tignes.

Solaise– Step into the new Solaise gondola from Val d’Isère Téléphériques. Warmed up by heated seats, free wifi on board, make yourself comfortable. As you glide effortlessly up to a height of 2,560 metres, enjoy the view.

Tignes Le Lac (2100m) is the original main village in Tignes and is a type of activity in winter and summer. Le Lac is split into 4 areas: Le Lavachet, Le Rosset, Les Almes and Le Bec Rouge. Tignes can be found in the Tarentaise area of France, in the Northern French Alps …

Barfleur Harbour– With its sturdy granite houses, unusual church, and tempting restaurants gathered around its harbor, Barfleur now presents a glorious picture of a traditional Norman fishing port.

Col de l’Iseran is a mountain pass in France, the highest paved pass in the Alps. A part of the Graian Alps, it is situated in the department of Savoie, near the border with Italy, and is crossed by the D902 roadway.

The church of Montfarville– A short way south of Barfleur is Montfarville, one of the most beautiful tranquil of the Val de Saire villages. The church today is dependent on the Parish of Sainte-Thérèse-de-Val Saire part of the deanery of Valognes-Val-de-Saire. (Web: French)

Lighthouse Gatteville– The Lighthouse of Gatteville is a monument in the municipality of Gatteville-le-Phare (Manche, Normandy). It is an attraction for holidaymakers staying in the region.

Tatihou Island– The island of Tatihou, off the harbour of Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue and at a stone’s throw from Barfleur, is home to a variety of seabirds; it also attracts visitors passionate about history and nature lovers.

Vanoise National Park – Vanoise National Park, in southeast France’s Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, is sandwiched between the Tarentaise and Maurienne valleys in the French Alps and bordered by Italy’s Gran Paradiso National Park.

Panorama of La Pernelle– a panorama steeped in history This coast seen from the top of the Perernelle allows to introduce a part of the history of France and beyond. The coast of the Vikings of Saint Vaast in Fermanville the coast of the Val de Saire by its toponymy recalls that …

Morsalines: Marine Graffiti– The graffiti of boats raised in Réville, on the coast of Val-de-Saire, constitute a source of prime importance for the maritime history of Lower Normandy, as well as a direct testimony of the rites and the attitude towards the sea of littoral populations in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Fort of the Hougue – Fort de la Hougue is a monument in the municipality of Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue ( Manche , Normandy ). It is an attraction for holidaymakers during a stay in the area. Image Map