Montignac is in the Dordogne region of Aquitaine, in south western France. It is situated on the Vézère River, between the Loire Valley and the High Pyrenees and its main attraction is the Lascaux Caves. Here you will find examples of pre-historic paintings which are absolutely superb. You will find it hard to believe that they were done by prehistoric man. UNESCO has designated the caves as a world heritage site. Bordeaux is home to the closest airport and you will generally find that there is a good transport system operational in the area. Allow EasyToBook.com to sort out your budget hotel.The region is also famous for truffles and is one of the country’s largest producers. Wine making is also popular here and this includes the very famous Bergerac. In addition to the caves, there are also some widely recognised museums, namely the National Museum of Prehistory at Les Cysies and the Vestimuo Gallo Roman Museum at Périgueux. The town of Périgueux is located quite near and this is well known for its annual market. Whatever you choose to see or do in this delightful corner of France, comfortable hotels should always be available.