Take a tour of French Village of Eus in Eus, France – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
With more history than its peaceful atmosphere suggests, Eus is a town in the Languedoc region of southern France.
This quaint village was built upon the ruins of an ancient Roman camp, built to guard the passageway between two French towns.
The stunning peak of this hillside town is the medieval 18th century Church of Saint Vincent.
The entryway to this regal church boasts an extravagantly elegant balcony of pink marble.
The terrace formation of this town lends itself to gentle strolls along its cobbled paths.
In addition to these historic sites and events, Eus is counted among France's most beautiful villages.