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Photo is of Aire-sur-l'Adour at 14 km from Moncla

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Moncla is situated in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques department and Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.

Below you can see some of the places that we have visited and reviewed and can recommend when you are sightseeing close to Moncla in Nouvelle-Aquitaine.

Popular places to visit nearby include Aire-sur-l'Adour at 14 km and Maubourguet at 25 km.

Moncla, France: places to visit and attractions

Note that all distances below are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater!

Aire-sur-l'Adour

Aire-sur-l'Adour

at 14 km (direction north-north-west), in the Landes department

Aire-sur-l'Adour is a pleasant town with a cathedral in south-east Landes...

See Aire-sur-l'Adour guide
Maubourguet

Maubourguet

at 25 km (direction east-south-east), in the Hautes-Pyrenees department

Maubourguet makes every effort to hide its impressive monuments but take the...

See Maubourguet guide
Pau

Pau

at 33 km (direction south-south-west)

The large town of Pau is well known for the views from...

See Pau guide
Chateau de Pau

Chateau de Pau

Castle at 34 km (direction south-south-west)

The Chateau de Pau is an impressive combination of the renaissance and...

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Mont-de-Marsan

Mont-de-Marsan

at 40 km (direction north-west), in the Landes department

Not usually thought of as a tourist destination, Mont-de-Marsan has some interesting...

See Mont-de-Marsan guide
Eauze

Eauze

at 41 km (direction north-east), in the Gers department

Eauze is a historic market town with attractive medieval buildings...

See Eauze guide
Mauvezin d'Armagnac

Mauvezin d'Armagnac

at 42 km (direction north-north-east), in the Landes department

Mauvezin d'Armagnac is a very small village in the Landes with good...

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Labastide d'Armagnac

Labastide d'Armagnac

at 43 km (direction north-north-east), in the Landes department

Labastide d'Armagnac is a 13th century bastide town that has retained many...

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Orthez

Orthez

at 44 km (direction west)

The 13th century stone bridge across the river is the highlight of...

See Orthez guide
Saint-Justin

Saint-Justin

at 44 km (direction west), in the Landes department

Saint-Justin is a peaceful bastide town in the Landes department with an...

See Saint-Justin guide
Tarbes

Tarbes

at 46 km (direction south-east), in the Hautes-Pyrenees department

The substantial gardens of Jardin Massey are the main place of interest...

See Tarbes guide
Vic Fezensac

Vic Fezensac

at 48 km (direction east-north-east), in the Gers department

Vic Fezensac is enjoyable to explore at any time, but best known...

See Vic Fezensac guide
Navarrenx

Navarrenx

at 51 km (direction west-south-west)

Navarrenx is a traditional fortified French bastide town in the western pyrenees...

See Navarrenx guide
Oloron-Sainte-Marie

Oloron-Sainte-Marie

at 52 km (direction south-west)

There are several sights of interest in Oloron-Saint-Marie including a picturesque section...

See Oloron-Sainte-Marie guide

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Markets in and near Moncla

  • Riscle: market Friday (15km)
  • Plaisance: market Thursday (23km)
  • Hagetmau: market Wednesday all day (30km)
  • Marciac: market Wednesday (33km)
  • Arthez-de-Bearn: market Saturday (33km)
  • Vic-en-Bigorre: market Saturday all day (33km)
  • Pau: market every day except Sunday (34km)
  • Artix: market Wednesday & Sunday (34km)
  • Mourenx: market Wednesday & Saturday (38km)
  • Rabastens-de-Bigorre: market Monday (38km)

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Tourist attractions near Moncla, France

What to do at Moncla? Some places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Moncla.

Heritage sites

  • Aire sur l'Adour église St Quitterie (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (13km)
  • Abbaye de St Sever (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (34km)
  • Eglise, Oloron-Sainte-Marie (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (54km)
  • Eglise St Blaise (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (57km)
  • Beaumont sur l'Osee pont d'Artigues (monuments on French pilgrim routes) (58km)

Most beautiful villages in France

(see also beautiful French villages)

National Monuments

  • Marshall Foch house (46km)

Remarkable gardens

  • Jardins du château de Viven (17km)
  • Jardin du château de Momas (22km)
  • Palmeraie du Sarthou (26km)
  • Jardin Massey (46km)

Towns of Art and history

Villages in bloom 4* (fr: ville fleurie)

 
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Geography and distances

Moncla is in the south-west of France at 33 kilometres from Pau, the department capital (general information: Moncla is 619 kilometres from Paris).

Geographical Information

Commune: Moncla

Canton: Garlin

Arrondissement: Pau

Department: Pyrenees-Atlantiques

Region: Aquitaine

New region: Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Postcode: 64330

Distance to Moncla

from Pau (prefecture): 33 km

from Paris: 619 km

from Calais: 834 km

from Nice: 604 km

from Bordeaux: 142 km

from Strasbourg: 829 km

Getting here

Most visitors fly into Biarritz airport (Bordeaux is another option). Allow at least 8 hours for the drive from the cross-channel ferries. For driving distances to Moncla from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.

We have 14 other places listed as being close (less than kilometres from ): Aurensan, Baliracq-Maumusson, Castetpugon, Conchez-de-Bearn, Diusse, Garlin, Latrille, Portet, Projan, Saint-Agnet, Sarron, Segos, Tadousse-Ussau and Verlus.

This page in French: Visiter Moncla

 
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