1Canal du Midi (France)

It is an impressive work of engineering and, at the same time, an ideal refuge for those who want to get away from the daily grind. The Canal Du Midi meanders for more than 240 kilometers through the south of France, connecting the Mediterranean with the Atlantic. Navigating it is an unforgettable experience: passing slowly through the vineyards of the Languedoc region, imposing fortresses like Carcassonne or cities like Toulouse, in the shadow of the riverside forests that flank the canal. If, in addition, on a warm afternoon a good French red sparkles in the glass, what more can you ask for. TUUL & BRUNO