The Tour de France is coming through Montignac on July 11th 2017 on the way from Perigueux to Bergerac. www.letour.fr/le-tour/2017/us
‘Les Granges’ offers guests this unique experience! A chauffeur driven tour of the Vezere Valley tailored to suit your itinerary. You will be sedately driven along in this beautiful 1954 Citroen Traction Avante (Model 11B )which can seat 3 … Continue reading
Vide Grenier translates as ’empty attic’ and is the French equivalent of a car boot sale or flea market. There is usually a vide grenier in a nearby village at the weekend or on a bank holiday during the summer months, sometimes as part of a … Continue reading
Montignac has a busy market in the town centre around the quayside and church every Wednesday morning. There are stalls selling lovely fresh vegetables and fruit, locally produced honey, cheese, fish, paella, rotisserie chicken, olives and of course wine and duck products. … Continue reading
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Relaxing rural location yet within an easy five minute walk to the town centre of the delightful and beautiful market town of Montignac sur Vezere. Please email David at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone him in France on 0033 5 53 50 55 … Continue reading
AIR TRAVEL Montignac is well served by the following airports: Limoges approx 1 hour 50 minutes drive to Montignac Bergerac approx 1 hour 30 minutes drive Brive Souillac approx 45 minutes drive Bordeaux approx 2 hours drive Toulouse approx 2 hours … Continue reading
This year is the 37th annual music and dance festival in Montignac. It takes place in various locations in the town during the last week in July and culminates with dance troupes from different countries performing and dancing through the streets of Montignac and … Continue reading
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France’s most famous caves are to be found at the Grotte de Lascaux, 2km south east of Montignac, a five minute drive from ‘Les Granges’. Discovered in 1940 by four teenage boys looking for their lost dog, Lascaux contains a … Continue reading
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