France's Beaujolais region: More than just wine
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It's known around the world for the 22 million bottles exported every year, but France's eastern Beaujolais region has a lot more to offer than just wine. In the south of the region is an area nicknamed the "Golden Rocks", where the walls seem to glow thanks to a limestone tinged with iron oxides. In the village of Oingt, musical instruments of yesteryear are the pride of the local museum. We also check out one of the dozens of castles dotted across the region, before finishing with a typical local meal.