La Garde Vacations
Paris, the national capital, is situated 280 miles (451 kilometers) north of La Garde, while Lyon is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the northeast.
From major tourist drawcards to hidden gems slightly off the beaten path, Languedoc-Roussillon is wonderfully endowed with cultural and natural attractions. Make sure you head out to the Gevaudan Statue and Church of Saint-Etienne in and around Aumont-Aubrac, about 11 miles (18 kilometers) away. Another option is to travel to Saint-Flour. It's roughly 13 miles (21 kilometers) from La Garde and is home to the Musee de la Haute Auvergne and Saint-Flour Cathedral.
Millau is 55 miles (89 kilometers) from La Garde. This center offers a number of interesting tourist attractions, such as Place Foch, Millau Viaduct and Musee de Millau. Puech d'Andan and Place du Mandarous are other good places to visit.
Take a trip to Languedoc-Roussillon's art galleries, history museums and art museums. These are good places to explore, particularly when the weather is less than perfect. Languedoc-Roussillon is home to some important monasteries and other sites of spiritual importance, great places to get a taste of the region's spiritual heart.
If you visit during winter, enjoy some of the local wintersports like cross-country skiing and snowboarding. These activities are popular in the region. This region offers a number of gentle pursuits. Spend a few hours cycling or sunbathing and feel your worries drift away.
When it is time to depart this unique place, say goodbye the way locals do, with a hearty "Au revoir / À bientôt."