As its name would suggest, the pretty town of St Antonin in the Tarn-et-Garonne region of southern France, earned its title from the Noble Valley in which it sits. Situated beneath the grand white Anglars Rock cliffs, between two picturesque rivers, St Antonin Noble Val benefits from spectacular scenery, and the town itself is no less impressive. Used as the setting for films: Charlotte Grey and The Hundred Foot Journey, the medieval town is wonderful. Start with the Place de la Halle, where the popular Sunday market takes place, and is home to the stunning 12th century town hall – the oldest civic building in France. This is also delightful place to sit and enjoy an invigorating glass of wine. There are many streets to explore in St Antonin Noble Var, and amongst them you’ll find a number of historic buildings. Look out for the Maison d’Amour, the Moulin a huile de noix (a walnut-oil mill) and a 14th century tannery. Outside of the town, take a deep breath of countryside air and wander aimlessly around the splendid landscapes of the region.