www.skoultrek.org about tourist sites ‘radius of 100 km’

I am going to start a series of posts on the sites that I already wanted to visit beforehand. www.skoultrek.org about tourist sites ‘Within a radius of 100 km’, for now.

[Edit June 2020: this list www.skoultrek.org about tourist sites will continue, although the limitation is lifted. Actually the fact remains that 100 km correspond to 3/4 h – 1 hour and a half, depending on the quality of the communication axes; and then you never know, if the epidemic returns, it can always be useful]

“but which, at the moment, are too far as the crow flies for my current geolocation.

I will use this site ‘Confinement: map of the exit area’ (at this address: https://carte-sortie-confinement.fr) to quickly assess the area affected by the 100 km limit. Thus everyone can check who is able to get there from his home.

(It is possible to move within a radius of 100 km as the crow flies from your vacation in France during deconfinement. Or more than 100 km, provided you stay within the territorial limits of your department)”

While waiting, of course, to be able to go there later as I had planned! 😉

Here is a pretty good old map by famous french geographer Paul Vidal de La Blache; about the main rivers and streams in France.

Carte Paul Vidal de La Blache - Les Cours d Eau de France

Further, I add more here than ‘www.skoultrek.org about tourist sites’ with a list of historic sites that I had drawn up on twitter; (use ‘translate’, it works fine). Also, there’s a serie of tweet about cycling, funny facts and informations, ranking, cities and lanes in France, and around, abroad: