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It's a small town in the heart of Cajun country and it's known for its crawfish. It's so huge, they even have a Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival every year! Nearly 30 percent of the population speaks French, which is no surprise since it was founded by Acadian settlers, descendants of French colonists.
Small, located right where the Tchefuncte and Bogue Falaya rovers collide. Residents here love nature and fight to preserve historic downtown streets, as well as nature. There's also boutiques, galleries and restaurants.
Located on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico, this island is a small fishing town that has withstood hurricanes for years. There's gorgeous beaches, all of which are protected as part of Grand Isle State Park.
This small town is located within the Baton Rouge metropolitan area. It was established in the early 1800s, and a lot of its original architecture remains intact. St. Francisville is home to seven historic plantations too, all open to the public.