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Natchitoches, (Nack-a-tish) the original French colony in Louisiana, is the oldest settlement in the Louisiana Purchase. Established in 1714, Natchitoches (Nack-a-tish) retains its European flavor through its architecture, heritage and lifestyle and a full calendar of events. The Natchitoches area, in Central Louisiana along I-49, is home to three state historic sites, Creole plantations, and museums all within the boundaries of the Cane River National Heritage Area.
780 Front Street
Natchitoches, Louisiana 71457
Check out all the exciting activities, adventures and culinary delights just waiting for you on the longest street in the world, Bayou Lafourche! Guide services available for exciting fishing trips. Swamp tours into marsh areas and exotic swamps. Visit historic museums and art galleries. Eat at great restaurants and enjoy local music at area festivals year round. Shop at unique boutiques and antique shops.
4484 LA Hwy. 1 (US 90 @ LA Hwy. 1)
Raceland, Louisiana 70394
Delve into our Cajun mystique, the interesting expressions and unique cultural heritage that makes us the 'Most Cajun Place on Earth' as well as world-famous cooking! There's plenty of great restaurants to showcase it. Our proximity to the Gulf of Mexico means we have an abundance of fresh seafood, a variety of wildlife and adventures to explore it all. Come for a visit, your place at the table is ready!
1907 Veterans Memorial Drive
Abbeville, Louisiana 70510
in Main Street
Sunset began in the early 1900’s as a railroad town growing from the site of a railroad construction camp. The Village of Sunset was incorporated in 1904.Victor Hugo Sibille, the first mayor was an innovative man who organized cotton gins, saw mills, lumber yards, syrup mills and the first telephone company in the area. The Bank of Sunset, founded in 1907, earned the title of “Biggest Little Bank in the World. ”
The first settlement in New Roads can be traced back to 1822. A six-block settlement was established at the terminus of a “new road” linking the False River & Mississippi River settlements. Step off the beaten path, and re-enter the world of 19th century Creole Louisiana in New Roads, Louisiana, where relaxation is the rule, and history and tradition are abundant
211 West Main St
New Roads, Louisiana 70760