There are many hamlets with traditional, low, whitewashed houses with green or blue shutters that are part of the charm of Saint-Denis d'Oléron.
With the first signs of summer, the little lanes are filled with multi-coloured hollyhocks.
Considered to be the ancient cradle of the city of Paris by Clovis, it is home to some historical gems.
Located in the heart of the capital, it is one of two natural islands within the Seine.
The Île de la Cité is one of the most historic places in Paris.
Besides its many bridges, you can admire the Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-Paris.
At the most northerly point of the island stands Chassiron, a natural wilderness: the majestic lighthouse dominates the chalk cliffs.
Founded on the principles of charity and hospitality in 651 by the bishop, Saint-Landry, it is today one of the hospitals for the Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris and is part of the Faculty of Medicine at the Paris Descartes University.
Finally, Pont Neuf crosses the entire length of the island from the right bank to the left.
It is on the Île de la Cité that you can find one of the symbols of Paris: the Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Found in the 1, it is connected to the rest of the city by 9 bridges.
The bridges Pont de Change, Pont de Notre-Dame, and Pont d’Arcole let you go to the right side of the river.