Saint-Alban-sur-Limagnole is located some 290 miles (467 kilometers) from Paris, the capital of France, and about 100 miles (161 kilometers) from Lyon.
While it can be tempting to just chill out while vacationing in Saint-Alban-sur-Limagnole, remember, Languedoc-Roussillon's diverse natural and man-made attractions await. Aumont-Aubrac, lies roughly 6 miles (10 kilometers) to the northeast. Here you can experience the Gevaudan Statue and Church of Saint-Etienne.
Once you've fully explored Saint-Alban-sur-Limagnole, check out the nearest regional area. Millau is situated 50 miles (80 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions like Puech d'Andan, Musee de Millau and Millau Viaduct. Place Foch and Place du Mandarous are some more popular places worth visiting for those who have time left.
If you're looking for indoor entertainment, you really can't go past Languedoc-Roussillon's excellent art museums, art galleries and history museums. These are ideal places to learn about the region's culture and find a special souvenir or two. To really get an understanding of the present, you need to revisit the past. Languedoc-Roussillon's fine old traditional villages are a marvellous place to start.
See a side of the region most visitors don't see by accompanying a knowledgeable local on one of the city walking tours, culinary tours and winery tours. Why don't you try wintersports while you are in this interesting region? Skiing is an option. So is cross-country skiing.
All good things come to an end, but be rest assured, when you have to leave Languedoc-Roussillon, rest assured, you'll have photos, memories and mementos to treasure.