Midi-Pyrenees is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is relatively easy. Make sure you give yourself some time to explore the numerous attractions the region offers. Head 13 miles (21 kilometers) west to Cahors, where you'll find the Cahors Cathedral and Place Jean-Jacques Chapou.
Once you've fully explored Prayssac, visit the nearest regional center. Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil lays 30 miles (48 kilometers) away and features attractions including Grotte des Combarelles, Chateau de Laussel and Grotte de Font-de-Gaume. Musee National de Prehistoire, Chateau de Commarque and Grotte du Grand Roc are also good to visit.
If the weather isn't that great, head to Midi-Pyrenees' art galleries, art museums and history museums. No matter what your faith, visitors are guaranteed to find a little serenity in Midi-Pyrenees' monasteries and other holy sites.
This area is a good place to visit to head outside and make the most of winter. When temperatures drop, follow the locals and try skiing or snowboarding. If your idea of a great holiday is pushing yourself to the limit in unique natural environments, then sign up for one of the many mountain biking and mountain climbing experiences the Prayssac area has to offer.
When it's time to leave this special part of the world, bid a fond Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell) to the locals you've met and the landscapes you've seen.