Head to Postman Cheval's Palais Idéal, an odd attraction indeed.
The story goes that postman Ferdinand Cheval tripped over a stone in 1879 and then dreamed of his "ideal palace".
The original is off access, but is just down the road.
Just make sure you get the timing right, no point heading there at high tide (and certainly not during the supertide).
Find former French president Charles de Gaulle's old private residence in Colombey-les-Deux-Églises, then check out his very humble grave in a nearby cemetery.
Yes, the Chartres Cathedral is often cited as one of the best examples of French Gothic architecture, and is a Unesco World Heritage Site to boot. This fascinating bridge was built to allow the Nimes aqueduct to cross the Gard River.
Unesco calls it a "technical as well as an artistic masterpiece" - and it's not hard to see why.
The small town of Sainte-Enimie is nestled at the top of the Gorges du Tarn and dates back to the 7th century.