Take a tour of French Village of Carennac in Carennac, France – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
Bordering the Dordogne River in France, the stunning town of Carennac is a gorgeous destination for visitors.
Traces of the town's ancient history date all the way back to the New Stone Age, while architectural elements remain from the Middle Ages.
The town is fertile with lush gardens and greenery which are visible throughout the town's parks, groves, and draped over window sills.
Carennac contains houses of cream-colored stone, some of which have been restored with balconies made of wood.
Visitors can also find boarding in some of Carennac's delightful cottage getaways.
Activities around the city include scenic walks, bike riding, and exploring the nearby caverns.