Auvergne and the Massif Central
This series of guide books covers the whole of France, region by region. They are designed as practical reference books and each contains an account of the region's history, a section on food and drink and a narrative tour of the region's notable features - cities, villages, chateaux, churches, monuments and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Each region is divided into several sub-regions, and at the end of each sub-region there is a list of recommended hotels and restaurants across a wide price range, plus sports and leisure facilities, museums and art galleries. Other titles in the series include guides to the Loire Valley, Dordogne and Lot and Languedoc and Roussillon.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 135 x 216mm
- 26 Jan 1989
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- A & C Black Publishers Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 15 maps, 25 line drawings, 40 colour photographs, index
Table of contents
History; food and wine and bread and water; touring the Auvergne; Bourbonnais; Puy de Dome; Cantal; Haut Loire - Le Puy, Velay; Lozere, Cevennes, Gorges du Tarn.