Paris, the national capital, is located 190 miles (306 kilometers) north of Magnac-Laval.
While it may be tempting to simply sit back and relax when visiting Magnac-Laval, don't forget, the surrounding region's diverse scenic and cultural delights await. If you have some extra time, head 15 miles (24 kilometers) where you'll find La Souterraine. Here you can enjoy the Puycharraud Gate and Porte Saint-Jean.
Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south of Magnac-Laval is Limoges, a regional center home to University of Limoges, Champ de Juillet Park and Chapel of St-Aurelien. Musee National Adrien Dubouche, Church of St-Michel-des-Lions and Church of St-Pierre-du-Queyroix are just a few of the many other visitor attractions on offer here.
For a low-cost outdoors activity that everyone will like, be sure to head to the region's gardens. If the weather isn't ideal, fear not, Limousin features a number of popular history museums, art museums and craft workshops, that'll keep you busy.
Shore fishing and cycling are just a few of the other activities in the Limousin area.
Delve into the culinary arts of Limousin by learning about local food. Lamb as well as mushrooms are commonly used in meals in this area. All-time favorite specialties include boudin noir aux châtaignes (black pudding with chestnuts) and fondu creusois (camembert fondue with potatoes), but there are many more Limousin options for foodies.
At the end of your vacation, say a fond Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell) to the local characters you have met and the spots you've been.