Albignac is a pleasant town, located between Beynat Aubazine and 330 m above sea level, and group without any symmetry around a medieval tower, a dozen rustic homes.
Its origins were recalled by a dolmen.
His name is linked to that of Albinus, the Roman general who would have moved his residence during the Gallic Wars. The church reveals a fascinating history, closely linked to that of the Cistercian abbey of Aubazine. It is to be discovered.
The town extends over 975 hectares in a tangle of wooded hills and narrow valleys, dotted with picturesque villages where you discover the beautiful old haunts, as well as furnaces, shrines, fountains and springs ...
A marked path "between Roanne and Coyroux" offers hikers demanding, as the walker family, a journey punctuated with beautiful shaded views.
The "farm of the Borie" offers to its many gourmet specialty deli meats and limousines, as well as bread baked in the old.
A Pierrefiche also the casual visitor will be able to stop at the dairy.
Finally, fishermen, hikers and tourists who love nature will find around the pond at the Willows an ideal laid to rest, fishing and picnicking.
Albignac finally, in the heart of the Community of Municipalities of the Canton of Beynat, including the cultural, tourist and gastronomic remain key assets.