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While Loubejac doesn't feature on the front covers of glossy travel magazines, this Dordogne destination offers plenty for travelers.

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Loubejac is situated approximately 70 miles away from Toulouse and about 85 miles from Bordeaux.

If you enjoy exploring Mother Nature, visit at least one of the Loubejac region's nature areas. Grottes de Lacave is located 30 miles from Loubejac, while La Roque St-Christophe sits 25 miles away.

Only passing through? Head over to Maison de la Chataigne for something local.

Want to experience Chateau de Bonaguil and SauveTerre Museum of Prehistory? They're located in Sauveterre-la-Lemance, some 2 miles out of Loubejac. Chateau Latuc and Chateau Lacapelle Cabanac are some additional places. These are about 4 miles from Loubejac, in Montcabrier.

To find Chateau de Marqueyssac, Chateau des Milandes and Chateau de Castelnaud, make your way north from Loubejac for 10 miles to Saint-Laurent-la-Vallee. If you still have time left, also visit Troglodytes Dwelling and Office de Tourisme de Domme.

To really get to know Dordogne, take your time to check out its restaurants.

An outstanding meal is dependent upon the quality of its ingredients. Luckily for us, the mushrooms and truffles are amongst the world's best.

Perigord black truffles and Aquitaine Foie Gras are a couple of much-loved menu items with their own unique flavors.

It's always a good idea to have a regional vino by your side when you sit down for a meal at one of the local eateries. Bergerac and Saint Emilion are just two of the varieties that you may like to try.

The true essence of a destination resonates not just within it's monuments and mountains, but also in the rhythms of its language. Looking up just a few day-to-day expressions in French will make your vacation much more rewarding. Ça va? Comment ça va?Comment allez-vous? means how are you. Santé ! À votre santé ! (cheers/good health!) is another one to know.

The 14th of July is when everybody, old and young, will observe Bastille Day. You're sure to find plenty of festivities going on if you're lucky enough to be here at that time.

You've had a ball, met new friends and probably filled up your camera's memory card. When the time arrives to spend your final euros and say "À plus tard" to Dordogne, chances are you'll already be planning another trip!

If you want to find the nearest airport, it is 40 miles away.

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