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26 May-27 May
26 May-27 May
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It's located 290 miles to the south of the capital of France, Paris.
The soothing sounds of nature are waiting for you at Office de Tourisme du Pays de Figeac. It lies just 30 miles away, so you needn't be stuck in a car all day. Merveilles Cave, 10 miles away, is one more recommended option.
Get ready to experience some exhilarating rugby union action at Stade Amedee Domenech in Brive-la-Gaillarde, 30 miles away. Remember to show your support for home team the Club Athlétique Brive Corrèze Limousin by slipping into a few pieces of white and black!
Be sure to go to other close-by attractions, such as Maison du Piage and Le Chateau de Fenelon. You will find them 4 miles northwest in Anglars-Nozac. Not ready to call it a day just yet? Prehisto Dino Parc and Grottes de Lacave are in Payrac, 4 miles to the north of Le Vigan.
Whether it's for a bit of retail therapy or to see the sights, visitors often make the journey to Le Roc, 9 miles to the north. Quercyland, the Souillac Library and the Louis Roque Distillery are all nearby. Of course, make sure you don't miss out on the Musee de l'Automate and Abbey Sainte-Marie either.
Eating is among life's greatest pleasures, and since you're here, you probably think travel is too. Combine your affection for both by going out and sampling the local cuisine at the restaurants, cafés and bars across town.
Ask one of the locals for a meal suggestion and aligot (cheese and potato dish) will probably be the first thing that rolls off their tongue. Garbure (duck and cabbage soup) is another typical regional food you might like to try.
You're going all the way to the Lot region, so why not put in a little extra effort to learn a few words and expressions in the local tongue? It will make your whole trip that little bit more fulfilling. You'll be glad you learnt "Merci", which is how you say "thank you". Another often used phrase is "Salut / Bonjour " ("hello").
Held every year on the 14th of July, Bastille Day holds a special place in the locals' hearts. It offers a wonderful opportunity to learn about the nation's history and kick up your heels while you're at it!
The good news is that Le Vigan isn't planning on moving anywhere, so this "À plus tard" has no need to be your last!
Brive - Vallee de la Dordogne Airport (BVE) is the closest terminal, 30 miles to the north. Ensure you give yourself plenty of time to reach it.