Enjoy the view, then take those 187 steps down to the sea (see below).
Just make sure you leave enough energy to get back up again!
To the west of the town of Foix there's a pretty awesome chateau - the Chateau de Foix - that promises a good half-day trip if you're in the area, say Trip Advisor reviewers. Top site here is the Millau Viaduct - the tallest bridge in the world (the mast goes up to 343 metres). And if you're going to drive across it, don't forget your family members on the other side.
This department is where you'll find the coastal city of Marseille. It has to be the Calanques (kind of like cliffs or canyons on the sealine).
The isolated coastal village, which is affectionately called Ploum by the locals, can count strange rock formations as a major draw card. Why not try the "Wolves of Gueret" experience, where you can see wolves in their almost natural environment.
It's the top rated thing to do in Creuse on Trip Advisor, and the reviewers love it.
Head along to the life-size replica of the Lascaux cave paintings, which was a mammoth three-year artist effort to create a true-to-life replica of renowned Stone Age cave paintings long hidden away in southwestern France.
The original is off access, but is just down the road.
Plenty of caves and historical sites along the way, providing a glimpse into long extinct civilizations that have been difficult for researchers to comprehend. The clifftop village of Bonifacio is an absolute must, right on the southern tip of the island.
The charming town of Beaune has original features from the pre-Roman era as well as the medieval and Renaissance periods, making it a fascinating place to wander around for anyone who hasn't over-indulged on the local Burgundy wine.
The village of Ploumanac'h was ranked as the best village in the entire country in 2015.
It may be in ruins, and you may have to climb a bit to get there, but the Château de Crussol in Saint-Péray is incredible.
Tripadvisor users recommend taking a donkey ride after you've enjoyed the views up top.