We are approx 6 kms from the town of Lubersac , which has a huge range of facilities and amenities – supermarket, petrol station, banks, post office, bakeries, butcher, newsagents, gift shops, hair-dresser, library, tennis courts, go-karting track, computer room with free internet use, restaurant, bars, public gardens, markets, swimming pool, lake, leisure centre and tourist office.

Walking The department of correze, tourist offices and local associations offer more than 400 short walks designed to help you explore the local countryside, its heritage and it traditions.

Cycling There is a vast network of mountain bike routes designed for experts and family's alike.

Horse Riding 20 riding centres and 350 km of riding trails across the Correze.

Fishing The Correze is home to 5000 km of streams & rivers and more than 4000 hectors of fishing lakes.

Canoeing canoeing & kayaking are other pleasant ways of enjoying the Correze and can be enjoyed on 5 rivers offering different levels of difficulty: The Correze, Diege, Dordogne, Maronne and Vezere.

Other Activities Golf, Climbing, Hang gliding, Paragliding, Off road motor biking and pot holing all available in the area.


There are many other charming towns in the area. Uzerche , built high on rock around a meander of the river Vezere, has many tourist attractions and some fine restaurants.  Vigeois is a beautiful town with a lovely lake with a sandy beach for swimming, relaxing, pedaloes, picnics etc.  A visit to Pompadour, a fine equestrian town with a lovely chateau, is a must.War Village








The marta village of Oradour-Sur-Glane has been kept the same since 1944 when the inhabitants where massacred by the occupying Nazi army then the village was set alight.



The village of Gimel les Cascades is located in a narrow valley. A small river, the Prade, goes through a series of impressive cascades, most of which are inside in a private property under the village. The owner of the castle and park where the cascades are located, built a series of passages to enable easy access to the river, along with nicely chosen views such as this one. This is the first cascade, called Le grand saut (the great jump).













The buildings of Rocamadour rise in stages up the side of a cliff on the right bank of the Alzou, which here runs between rocky walls 400 ft. in height. Flights of steps ascend from the lower town to the churches, a group of massive buildings half-way up the cliff. The chief of them is the church of Notre Dame ( 1479 ), containing a wooden Black Madonna reputed to have been carved by St Amadour. The church opens on to a terrace called the Plateau of St Michel, where there is a broken sword said to be a fragment of Durandal , once wielded by the hero Roland . The interior walls of the church of St Sauveur are covered, with paintings and inscriptions recalling the pilgrimages of celebrated persons. The subterranean church of St Amadour ( 1166 ) extends beneath St Sauveur and contains relics of the saint. On the summit of the cliff stands the château built in the Middle Ages to defend the sanctuaries.











Canoeing & kayaking are fun ways of exploring the Correze. There are 5 rivers to chose from: Correze, Diege, Dordogne, Maronne & Vezere offering diferent levels of difficulty.



The Gouffre de Padirac is a spectacular cave complex on an impressive large scale.  Part of the trip is by gondola and the complete trip will take around one and a half hours. Very popular so you are advised to get there first thing if at all possible to avoid the queues.  Don't forget your jumper!  You could combine it with a visit to Rocamadour.

Limoges which is 40 kms away is well worth a visit.  It boasts riverbanks bursting with a history of the Vienne river, scattered with parks, playing areas, a climbing wall and beautiful views.  Leisure facilities include 5 swimming pools, a skating rink, an 18 hole golf course of 55 hectares, gymnasiums, tennis courts and mountain bike trails. Places to see include St Etiennes cathedral, Musee de l'Eveche where you can see displays of Renoir & the Adrian Dubouche Porcelin museum.