France

Fly from Nice to Brive

to see past and future France

Take off for the Perigord

To quickly find the perfect Nice-Brive return flight for your next holiday, make sure you go to the right website. You need to click on Misterfly, our partner for online flight bookings. Plan your trip by comparing all the dates, times and prices for a Nice-Brive direct flight. Are you sure of your choice? Then book your seat immediately, at the best price and without any hidden fees. You can even pay for your Nice-Brive flight over several instalments, if you want to.

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  • With friends
  • Nature
  • Weekend
Brive-Gastronomie, foie gras
Brive

Brive-Gastronomie, foie gras

Brive - Ambiance de rue

  • Informations utiles pour votre voyage à Brive

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    To quickly find the perfect Nice-Brive return flight for your next holiday, make sure you go to the right website. You need to click on Misterfly, our partner for online flight bookings. Plan your trip by comparing all the dates, times and prices for a Nice-Brive direct flight. Are you sure of your choice? Then book your seat immediately, at the best price and without any hidden fees. You can even pay for your Nice-Brive flight over several instalments, if you want to.

    Your Nice-Brive direct flight

    To get to Brive from Nice, you’ll have to board a flight with Amelia. From July to September, the airline awaits you in Terminal 1.

    Brive is “cheerful”. Just as well! Arrive at the airport with everything you need in advance, so you don’t miss your flight and find yourself stressed out. In order to pass through security control with your serenity and smile intact, arrive at our doors one hour before take-off. At least! If you need to stop off at your airline’s check-in desk, in order to collect your ticket or drop off your hold baggage, allow more time. Arrive at least 1 hour and 15 minutes before your departure time.

    Departure airportNice Côte d'Azur Airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 2
    Aéroport d’arrivéeBrive Vallée de la Dordogne Airport
    Arrival terminal-

    Arriving in Brive

    Your Nice-Brive flight with Amelia will land in front of the only airport terminal at Brive Vallée de la Dordogne Airport, in Nespouls, around 20 kilometres from the sub-prefecture of Corrèze. To leave the airport easily, you can choose to:

    • take a taxi: You’ll find them in front of the terminal, and they’ll drop you off in Brive in about thirty minutes.
    • hire a car: Brive Airport is home to three different rental companies. An ideal solution for meandering along the roads in the Perigord.

What to do in
Brive ?

If France is loved by the whole world, it's because of its beauty. A beauty that is multifaceted, with a few hundred kilometres being enough to change its features. Take, for example, these two major tourist destinations in France, the French Riviera and the Perigord. It takes less than an hour in the sky to travel from one to another, but they bear very little resemblance. For the people of the French Riviera, a stay in the Perigord region will be a novelty and a dazzling new discovery. You’ll find stalactites, a mystic rock, cave paintings, machicolations, remarkable gardens, sweet wines and truffles. A real holiday feast!

Brive - le marché
Brive

Brive - le marché

  • Your wish is our command!

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    And so your journey to the Perigord begins with… a city! On horseback between the Perigord and Limousin, Brive-la-Gaillarde, both charming and welcoming, is a good first step for those who come to this part of the Southwest. And it’s ideally located at the crossroads of many paths. Limoges, the capital of porcelain, is only an hour away. Sarlat, the pearl of the Black Perigord, is even closer. And these are just two remarkable sites among many others. This land of culture leads its guests on an exceptional journey through time. You can discover cavemen and knights, and suddenly history is celebrated. This can be experienced as a family, concluding this walk through time with a few more fun activities. Or it can be experienced as a couple, enriching it with the spectacle of nature and the flavours of an irresistible land.

  • The top 10 things to do in Brive

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    • Mingle with the people of Brive during the market, beneath Brassens Hall. This building is named in honour of the man that created Hecatombe, a song that pays tribute to the cheerfulness of the local housekeepers. And feast your eyes, if not even more so, on fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, truffles, salted products and other types of foie gras.
    • Discover Sarlat-la-Canédat, one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the country, known for housing the highest concentration of historical monuments. It is beautiful and is also very cheerful thanks to the Festival and Games Theatre, which, for a significant part of the summer, hosts outdoor shows.
    • Creep through the world's most famous prehistoric cave, Lascaux Cave. Or at least a replica. The Montignac-Lascaux International Centre of Parietal Art has reproduced the famous cave and paintings that the Cro-Magnon men left behind, in its entirety and right down to the smallest detail
    • Climb to the top of Rocamadour, a fabulous village that has hung on to the Alzou canyon for centuries, to find the Black Virgin, the subject of one of the oldest pilgrimages in France. You’ll also find Durandal Sword which Roland de Roncevaux never managed to break.
    • In Rocamadour again, enjoy an incredible experience in contact with wildlife at Monkey Forest, with its 150 free roaming macaques, and the Rock of the Eagles, where birds of prey from all over the world, including a majestic condor, soar freely just a few metres above your head.
    • Descend into the bowels of the earth, more than a hundred metres deep, to explore the Padirac Sinkhole. This is an outing to an underground river with a stalactite that is 60 metres high and rocks with spectacular topography. This is a hole to be remembered.
    • Take on the Castle of Castelnaud, a beautifully preserved medieval fortress. It houses a large collection of Middle Age weapons and shows you how to use a trebuchet, which is closely related to the catapult.
    • Visit the most beautiful villages in France. All around Brive and in the Perigord region, you’ll discover picturesque streets and the century-old façades of Donzenac, Collonges-la-Rouge, Curemonte, Roque-Gageac, Beynac-et-Cazenac and many other charming cities.
    • Row on one of the most beautiful rivers in France, the Dordogne. Many professionals organise beautiful canoeing trips down the rivers. Or take to the skies in a hot air balloon to fly over the Dordogne Valley, its castles and villages.
    • Enjoy local cuisine without moderation. There’ll be plenty of time for a diet after you get back from your holiday. In the meantime, try out fillets, foie gras, truffles, mushrooms and strawberries, accompanied by a Montbazillac or a walnut wine.

Regular flights Nice - Brive BVE

Nice → Brive BVE

from 150

FLIGHTS AERO4M
1
Flights per week, From July to August

Flights per day :

  • Mon 0
  • Tue 0
  • Wed 0
  • Thu 0
  • Fri 0
  • Sat 1
  • Sun 0

Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Brive flight take?

    The average flight time between Nice and Brive is 1 hour 10 minutes.

  • Which airlines provide Nice-Brive direct flights?

    Amelia connects the French Riviera to the Southwest.

  • How many Nice-Brive flights are there per week?

    From July to September, Amelia flies to Brive every Saturday.

  • How much does a Nice-Brive flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Brive return ticket, based on prices from the last 90 days, is 150

  • What is the best time of year to visit Brive and the Perigord?

    The Perigord launches its tourist season in May, September is calmer in terms of tourist numbers and milder in terms of temperatures and summer remains the ideal season to fully enjoy all the qualities of the region. The thermometer flits around 30°, making swimming in the Perigord rivers and canoe trips on the Dordogne quite enjoyable, not to mention recommended! With mild mornings and evenings, you can make the most of these two periods of the day to stroll around the city. And when the sun is stronger, if you don’t want water, you can find cool temperatures and comfort in the caves, gorges, the old fortresses with thick walls or the porcelain factories in Limoges, the capital of nearby Limousin.

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