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Le Relais du Bas Limousin

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Discover  our beautiful Corrèze and the Dordogne Valley.

During your stay, we recommend several destinations that will allow you to appreciate the nature, culture, gastronomy and know-how of Corrèze!

Plus beaux villages de France

There are 5 "Plus Beaux Villages de France" in Corrèze.
The most famous are Collonges-la-Rouge, Curemonte, Saint-Robert, Ségur-le-Château and Turenne.

But other towns and villages are charming and are worth a visit like Argentat, Aubazine, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Donzenac, Pompadour, Treignac... or Meymac and Uzerche.  


The history of Corrèze is strongly marked by medieval wars, still present in the landscape with many fortified castles.
The most famous are named Ventadour, Turenne, Ségur-le-Château, Comborn, Merle.
In these strongholds, centuries of traditions recall the glorious, romantic and bellicose past of the Lords of the time.


The richness and diversity of the collections presented by the museums of Corrèze evoke the different periods of history, from the Neanderthal man to nowadays.
You will particularly appreciate the know-how of the tanners of Bort les Orgues, the "Black-nosed" from the Tulle Weapons Factory, the Travassac’s slaters…
Art also takes its place with Tulle’s lace, the unique collection of Mortlake’s English tapestries from the Labenche museum in Brive, the gifts of President Chirac’s museum in Sarran,...

Historical and gourmet routes

For history lovers, a Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago de Compostela invites you to discover the landscapes and architectural heritage of the Rocamadour Way in Limousin and Haut-Quercy.  You can also follow in the footsteps of the legendary King Richard The Lionheart.

For those who like gastronomy, two gourmet routes highlight the Limousin apple and the Périgord walnut.

If you prefer a fun discovery of heritage, board the little train Gaillard in Brive…

Trees and gardens

A great selection of botanical gardens, rose gardens, parks and arboretums provide pleasant surroundings in which to stroll and learn about the region’s plants.

You will enjoy discover: the gardens of Colette and their maze in Varetz, the Sothys contemporary garden in Auriac, the botanical garden Lostanges…

Natural sites

The Corrèze is home to a rich variety of unspoilt natural scenery.

Its myriad lakes, waterfalls, peat bogs and forests have remained unchanged for centuries and are crossed by a comprehensive network of footpaths.

Discover the waterfalls of Gimel, the waterfalls of Murel, the Brezou valley in Lagraulière, the natural park of Millevaches (Natura 2000), The La Fage chasm, the river Vézère and its valley in Uzerche…

Recreational lakes

You will find supervised swimming in 30 places – a refreshing reason to come here in summer!

Every water activity is available, from rowing to jet-skiing. The Lac de Neuvic, Lac de Séchemailles in Meymac, Lac des Bariousses in Treignac, Lac du Deiro in Egletons and Lac des Forges in Masseret have both been given the “Pavillon Bleu” award for clean beaches.

Credits: Mairie de Saint-Geniez ô Merle - Josselin Mathiaud, Corrèze Tourisme - Gilles Bergeal, Michel Blot, Frédéric Magnoux

Le Relais du Bas Limousin

2596, route d'Uzerche
D920 - Lafonsalade
Tél. : +33 (0)5 55 84 52 06

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