A calm and dynamic village
Montignac-Charente is a small village located in the Charente department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.
Montignac-Charente has a rare commercial activity for a town of this importance: a weekly market, a fruit and vegetable stall on the square 6 days a week (except Monday), a post office, a bank, a bakery, a butcher's shop, a tobacco-press-dry grocery store, a bar, a restaurant, hairdressing salons,
a garage, nurses, a speech therapist, etc ...
You will find everything you need nearby!
In case you want to do more important shopping, you will find an average surface in the municipality of Saint-Amant-de-Boixe at 1.5 km (+ gas station).
A racecourse offers four evenings of night races organized every summer (for dates, check the town hall website).
In Marchot Park (near the racecourse), you can rent bicycles to explore the countryside, or canoes to stroll on the Charente.
New: The village of Montignac-Charente is now equipped with 2 parking spaces for recharging electric and hybrid cars.
Only the keep, the ramparts (12th century) and the door towers (13th century) remain from the Montignac castle.
The castle was partially demolished during the 18th and 19th centuries.
It was built on a promontory overlooking the Charente and at the crossroads of major roadways.
It forms an imposing mass from which the view extends over the Charente valley to Angoulême.
The remains were listed as historic monuments on May 28, 1962.
The current fairground corresponds to the farmyard.
The priory Saint-Etienne built in 1030 was definitively demolished in 1960, and its stones were, in part, used for the construction of various buildings.