Skip to content

Explore Lagrand

Best things to do in Lagrand

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Restaurant
“Bar in the village, that also offers food, music concerts sometimes in summer and has a nice outside terrace to take in the views. No parking problems and no drink drive issues. But there will be plenty of other places and events to go to around listed on the tourist office's diary. ”
1 local recommends
Store
“This is primary a butchers, the best grocers is just across the road. They are the best butchers for many miles and even locals come from a long way ”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The best freshest goat cheese, a pedagogic farm tour and donkey hire from lovely people. A must for anyone with younger children and possibly for the older city dweller too if only to buy the cheese”
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
“An excellent , complete selection of grocery items and fruit and vegetables with a high percentage of organic foods. Friendly service with reasonable prices”
1 local recommends
Sublocality Level 1
“Tennis There is one court in the village, and you can gain access to the court from the bakers Pitchou Pan, who hold the keys for which you will have to give a fee. There are also more courts in Laragne on the route to Lazer”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Bakers A small selection of good breads freshly baked onsite daily with the Tradition being the best baguettte for many miles around. Cakes, croissants, etc too. You have to go before 11 as often they sell out and close. ”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Lodging
“The closest pizza van to the village, there are also several around Laragne, where there are also two pizza restaurants”
1 local recommends
Locality
2 locals recommend
Locality
“Every Monday in season meet outside the town hall for a tour in French around the village that explains the history of various points of importance including the 12th century Church, the convent and ends with the eco-museum. ”
1 local recommends