Situated in the city center, this cottage is close to Place des Consuls, Palais de la Raymondie, and Reptiland. Local attractions also include Cheval Rando Equitation.
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is close to Chateau de Puymartin, Manoir de Gisson, and Place du Marche aux Oies. Local attractions also include Eglise Sainte-Marie and Place de la Liberte.
Situated in Brive-la-Gaillarde, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Eglise Saint-Robert, Centre National d'Etudes Edmond Michelet, and Maison Denoix. Church of St-Martin and Musee Labenche are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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From Martel, Toulouse is 95 miles south, and Bordeaux is 110 miles to the west.
Schedule a Saint-Genies day trip. This location is only 18 miles to the west and boasts Cave of Lascaux.
Take the young ones along to Reptiland for a few hours of fun and entertainment.
The area surrounding Martel is home to some fabulous natural spaces. Two recommended attractions close by to Martel are Padirac Cave (9 miles away) and Grottes de Lacave (7 miles away).
Take a step back into the past with a stop at some of the historical tourist spots, such as Place des Consuls and Palais de la Raymondie.
Stade Amedee Domenech is 16 miles to the north of Martel. It's here you can witness the Club Athlétique Brive Corrèze Limousin do their thing. If you want to cheer on the hometown heroes, don some white and black.
Head over to Gluges, 2 miles from Martel. It's the home of Espace Patrimoine and Church of St-Pierre. If you'd like to explore even more of this part of the country, go to Saint-Denis-les-Martel and have a look at Musee de l'Homme de neandertal and Cheval Rando Equitation. They're located just 2 miles away from Martel.
Travel 3 miles southwest from Martel to get to Baladou. There's plenty to do there, such as Musee de l'Automate, Abbey Sainte-Marie and Souillac Golf and Country Club. If you have time to spare, also visit Souillac Library and Quercyland.
Prepare yourself to embark on an exciting adventure through the culinary landscapes of Lot.
You should sample some local meals, such as aligot (cheese and potato dish) and garbure (duck and cabbage soup).
Conversing in the local tongue is an excellent way to understand the place you are in, so take the time to learn to say some everyday French phrases before you leave. Excusez-moi ! is how you say excuse me. You should also work on pronouncing Je viens de.. (I am from..).
An exciting national celebration, Bastille Day is something you'll feel lucky to have been a part of. It takes place every year on the 14th of July.
When you're getting ready to depart, spend your leftover euros on last-minute gifts and bid "À plus tard" to the local characters you have met and the amazing places you've seen.
The most convenient airport, Brive - Vallee de la Dordogne Airport, is roughly 16 miles to the northwest.
Hotel and apartment options in Martel are known to be quite limited. Before you leave, explore the range on Expedia's easy-to-use Martel lodging page.