Take a tour of French Village of Minerve in Minerve, France – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
The medieval village of Minerve in south of France rests on the precipice of a gorge while the river Cesse surges below.
This ancient town is made almost entirely of stone, an abundant, useful, and lasting material found in the outlying valleys and hills.
The conventional narrow streets of this medieval village make it an ideal setting for a walk through history.
Many trails wind through the surrounding terrain providing an exciting trek with glorious views.
Minerve holds a prime defensive arrangement and has long been the capital of the wine region, Minervois.
The city's primary entrance and exit is a sturdy stone bridge which only allows vehicles owned by Minerve residents to cross, visitors are welcome to walk or cycle.