Take a tour of French Village of Salers in Salers, France — part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
Salers is a town in Auvergne, France celebrated for its beauty and uniqueness.
Though not a somber place, many of its buildings are of a dark charcoal color. This is due to the fact that many of them were built with volcanic rock.
Salers is a historical location with sections that are roughly a thousand years old.
However, most of the town’s buildings appeared during a prosperous time in the 1400s.
Salers takes pride in their singular breed of cattle, local cheese, extravagant village, and luxurious countryside.