See for yourself why Aude is so universally-loved by tourists, by taking to the road and experiencing the numerous man-made and natural attractions surrounding Sougraigne. If you are looking for more ways to enjoy the region, check out the Gorges de Galamus and Ermitage de St-Antoine in and around Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet, which you'll find 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the northwest of Sougraigne.
When you are ready to head further afield beyond Sougraigne, check out the nearest regional area. Carcassonne lays 20 miles (32 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions such as Chateau Comtal, Medieval City and Basilica of St. Nazaire and St. Celse. Aude Gate, Narbonnaise Gate and Carcassone Castle are just a few of the other interesting visitor attractions on offer here.
History lovers won't want to miss the region's fabulous castles, fortresses and traditional villages. If the weather forecast isn't that great, plan to spend some of your time in Aude 's craft workshops and history museums.
If you're seeking something a little different from seeing the sights, why not indulge in a local watersport? Canoeing and rafting are both well-established within the region. Why not relax and enjoy during gentle pastimes such as cycling or bird watching. Both activities are popular with both tourists and locals alike.
When the time comes to head back to your friends at home, you'll be bidding this special place a sad Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell).