Thegra is situated about 280 miles (451 kilometers) south of the national capital Paris.
While it may be tempting to just kick back and relax when holidaying in Thegra, remember, Midi-Pyrenees' diverse natural and man-made attractions are never more than a day trip away. While you're in the area, check out the Palace de la Raymondie and Place des Consuls in and around Martel, which is roughly 11 miles (18 kilometers), from Thegra. A visit to Souillac is another option. It is 15 miles (24 kilometers) away from Thegra and where you'll find the Church of Sainte Marie and Musee de l'Automate.
While you are in Thegra, why don't you head to Figeac. Approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, this regional transport and shopping hub is home to Place Carnot, Champollion Museum and Notre Dame du Puy. Church of Saint-Sauveur and Hotel de la Monnaie are a number of other interesting attractions worth visiting for those who would like to spend a while longer there.
Experience the region's rich cultural fabric at Midi-Pyrenees' art galleries, art museums and history museums. Journey back in time during your time in Midi-Pyrenees. Take the time to visit one of the historic bridges for which this part of the world is renowned.
The Thegra area offers loads of excellent ways to get into its unique landscapes. Thrill seekers can sign up for one of the mountain biking or mountain climbing experiences on offer here. If the best holiday for you and your family involves being outdoors and enjoying the cold weather, this region will be perfect. Snowboarding is a popular activity. Cross-country skiing is also available in the area.
When it's time to leave, say a fond Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell) to the new friends you've made and the great places you've seen.