Don't just limit yourself to Dourgne, because Midi-Pyrenees features a treasure trove natural and man-made attractions which await the savvy traveler. Villegailhenc, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northwest, while Montredon-Labessonnie is located 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southwest.
Approximately 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the northeast of Dourgne is Castres, an important regional city which is home to Stade Pierre-Antoine, Musee Goya and Stade du Travet. Golf de Castres Gourjade and Musee de Jean Jaures are also good places to spend some time.
Take the time to delve deeper into Midi-Pyrenees by learning about its past. A great place to begin is by visiting the area's historic ruins. Discover Dourgne's spiritual side by visiting the region's cathedrals and other holy sites.
When you need a break, try out wildlife watching or cycling. Why don't you try winter activities while you are in this interesting region? Cross-country skiing is something you could try. Another possibility is snowboarding.
There's no nicer way to discover a place than tasting the local food. Typical specialties include aligot (cheese and potato dish) and garbure (duck and cabbage soup), but naturally there are many other Midi-Pyrenees options to sample.
At the end of your holiday in Dourgne, put the lens cap back on your camera, spend your last of your euros on last-minute souvenirs, and bid Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell) to this special place.