Allegre

Even though Allegre doesn't regularly grace the covers of glossy inflight magazines as often as the likes of New Orleans, Rome or Hong Kong, this Haute-Loire destination possesses its fair share of charms and surprises.

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Paris, the country's capital city, is 260 miles to the north of Allegre.

Outdoors enthusiasts flock to Haute-Loire to see and experience its pleasing areas of natural beauty. Pull on your hiking boots and venture to Mont Mezenc, 30 miles away from Allegre, or maybe Mount Mouchet, which is located an easy 20 miles away.

Enjoy the feeling of gliding across powdery snow when you visit Station de ski du Bleymard Mont Lozere or Station de Ski Sancy, approximately 50 miles and 50 miles from the city, Allegre.

If you head 9 miles from Allegre, you will find La Chaise-Dieu. A trip here will allow you to go to Abbey Church of La Chaise and Église Abbatiale de St-Robert. If you feel like exploring even more of this part of the country, make tracks to Domeyrat and visit the Domeyrat Castle and Chateau Domeyrat. They sit roughly 10 miles from Allegre.

When you are ready to venture further afield, visit a regional hub. Le Puy-en-Velay is around 15 miles away and boasts attractions for the whole family, including Le Puy Cathedral, the Rocher Corneille and the Musee Crozatier. Musee Interactif Hotel-Dieu and Cathédrale Notre Dame & Cloister are also great choices if you're after more things to do.

To really grasp the character of the area, you must surround yourself with its unique spices and tastes. Enjoy the local traditions at some of the restaurants and cafés.

Those passing through will probably take notice of cheese and mushrooms, two characteristic ingredients in the region.

Eat like the locals do by tasting tripoux (tripe 'parcels' in savoury sauce) and ratatouille (vegetable stew).

Every traveler should get the opportunity to taste-test crepes, a locally-celebrated, delightful delicacy.

If you're feeling thirsty, pull up a bar stool and try a Kronenbourg Blanc while you are here. It's one of the region's best-loved brews.

You can wash down any meal with hot chocolate, a non-alcoholic option that's well-loved in the region.

Would you like to try a local spirit? If so, order armagnac.

Relax and unwind with a bottle of Chardonnay from the local area. There's no reason to have just one when you can also try Côteaux du Languedoc.

As your vacation comes to an end, you'll be sure to bid the region a teary "Au revoir / À bientôt."

When you're ready to leave, keep in mind that the closest airport is 40 miles to the northeast.

Accommodation in Allegre

Short and long stay accommodation options in Allegre are known to be rather sparse. Before you leave, explore the latest information, listings and deals on Expedia's Allegre lodging guide.


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