Things to see and do - Montignac
Montignac Travel guide
Montignac : Michelin's recommendations
The unassuming gateway to the Vézère valley, Montignac is a pleasant place to visit after the crowds at Les Eyzies. Situated between the Fôret des Croquants and the plains heralding the limestone plateaux of the Quercy, this peaceful town is the ideal base from which to explore the northern part of the Périgord Noir.
Tourist attractions Montignac : Things to see and do
F - 24290 Montignac
Lascaux caves, the "Sistine Chapel of Prehistory", contain over 1,500 paintings from the Magdalenian period. Discovered in 1940, the caves were then closed to the public in 1963 because of damage to the walls. A replica, Lascaux II, featuri..
F - 24290 Montignac
Prehistoric sites and châteaux line the Vézère river south of Montignac. Visitors have the choice of places like Le Thot, Espace Cro-Magnon prehistoric theme park, which focuses on the daily life of our ancestors, and La Roque-St-Christophe, Europe's..
63 rue du 4 septembre F - 24290 Montignac
Prix Prices from : 49 €
Located in Montignac on the banks of the Vezere River, Hotel de la Grotte is built in the city's ancient post house. It offers a garden with a terrace, as well as a restaurant and free Wi-Fi access. This Dordogne hotel rooms feature a bathroom with ..
16 rue du 4 Septembre F - 24290 Montignac
Located 2 km from Lascaux Caves, this former Middle Age post house offers en suite rooms overlooking the Relais’s pool and large park. You also have access to a Spa. The Relais Du Soleil D’or’s restaurant serves local gourmet specialities from the B..
Lieu dit Puy Robert - Route de Valojoulx F - 24290 Montignac
Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and sun terrace, Chateau De Puy Robert Guest House is set in the heart of Black Périgord, 800 metres from Lascaux Caves and a 20-minute drive from Sarlat-la-Canéda. The resort has a spa centre, and guests can enjoy a ..