Stroll through the extensive park under the ramparts, which includes various sculptures, water features and an animal park.Elsewhere in the town you will come across lots of other interesting buildings such as Churches and Chapels and several grand townhouses and a good number of shops and cafes in the open squares and the pedestrianized streets.New Zealanders using have found meeting people online is more convenient and comfortable than through 'normal' offline channels such as bars and parties.
A pebble beach and spectacular limestone cliffs can be reached by way of the steps of the val d’Ausson.
The roads become a race track and vintage cars from far and wide come to race in this wonderful race that first took place in 1939.
Visit the Cathedral of Saint Pierre dating back 900yrs, the Museum of Angouleme, Museum of Paper (Angouleme was once a thriving papermaking centre), the Museum of Comic Books and take a guided tour around the Gothic-Renaissance Town Hall and find out more about Margarite de’Angouleme.
Visit the rose coloured Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild with its beautiful 9 gardens and impressive collections of paintings, sculpture, ceramics and antiques.
The medieval village of Eze, perched on the hilltop overlooking the Mediterranean sea is a world renowned site and often referred to as an open air museum.