From Saint-Andre-de-Valborgne, the major city of Marseille is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the southeast.
Savvy travelers often use Saint-Andre-de-Valborgne as a starting point for further explorations. This popular region is blessed with a wealth of fascinating natural and man-made attractions. Bagard and Brissac are just two of the many other places you may wish to visit while you're in Languedoc-Roussillon.
Around 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west of Saint-Andre-de-Valborgne is Millau, a regional city where you can visit Millau Viaduct, Musee de Millau and Place Foch. Puech d'Andan and Place du Mandarous are also worth a visit while you are here.
No matter what your faith, visitors are sure to enjoy at Languedoc-Roussillon's monasteries and other sites of spiritual significance. Go to Languedoc-Roussillon's art museums, history museums and art galleries. These are good places to spend time, particularly on overcast or inclement days.
There are some exciting ways to get active in the great outdoors in and around Saint-Andre-de-Valborgne. Mountain climbing and rock climbing are just two ways active visitors can get their fix. Why not try some wintersports while you are in this area? Snowboarding is an option. Another one is skiing.
When your time is up in this unique place, say farewell the way locals do, with a heartfelt "Au revoir / À bientôt."