Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III | Lens: 24-105mm 4L | Shutter: 1/8 sec s | Aperture: f/4 | ISO: 2000

If you ever come to the south of france we highly recommend that you make a stop at Montignac! A little town in the department of Dordogne situated on the Vézère river. We were driving back to our little hotel/cottage in Les Eyzies and after a long day of exploring the region, we decided to stop for dinner at La Gabare, a little bistro down by the water with great cheese and amazing local foie gras that you can enjoy with a bottle of wine from the house. We don't have the exact address but ASK! the town is tiny you can't miss it, plus it'll be a good excuse to practice your french!

Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III | Lens: 24-105mm 4L | Shutter: 1/25 sec s | Aperture: f/4 | ISO: 4000

While in Montignac don't forget to visit Lascaux II, a replica of one of the most significant caves with representations of prehistoric paintings from the magdaleniense period dating back to 17,000 years ago! Truly astonishing! Even though it is not allowed to take photos or videos, we made our best to put together a couple of vlogs which we will be posting soon so stay tuned for more!