The Limousin is in the centre of France and consists of 3 departments:
The Corrèze, the Haute Vienne and the Creuse.
Limoges is the Limousin’s capital and a centre for the porcelain industry.
The Limousin territory has mountains, forests, rivers and lakes.
The Dordogne and Vézère are the Corrèze’s most well-known rivers.
Both rivers are perfect for swimming and canoeing.
The Corrèze department borders the Dordogne department.
Tulle is the capital of the Corrèze.
The town of Brive la Gaillarde is in the Corrèze as well.
The Limousin is famous for its reddish brown Limousin cattle.
Tourist sites in the vicinity of Camping moto Saint Pardoux:
One of the most beautiful and picturesque villages of France. All houses are built in red brick and this gives a cozy atmosphere. There are many narrow streets with nice shops. Definitely worth visiting.
Château de Sedières, Clergoux
A medieval castle, wich was redesigned during the Renaissance in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Sédières castle was bought in 1965 by the General Council of the Corrèze. Every year there is festival.
Argentat, a town that is a true tourist destination, with its old barges’port, its authentically built barge, its old style cobbled riverside quays at the river Dordogne, its traditional wooden galleried houses, its floodlit riverside and its historical old town centre.
Rocamadour is built on a rock in the middle of the Causse de Gramat. This is a vast slate plateau and part of the Causse du Quercy. The city is the most visited pilgrimage site after Lourdes in France.
Concours Hippique à Pompadour, Arnac Pompadour
Château de Val
Les Tours de Merle, Saint-Geniez-Ô-Merle
Les Tours de Merle are the ruins of a castle in the Corrèze. A feudal fortress from the twelfth and fifteenth centuries.
Les Cascades de Murel, Albussac
These cascades are formed by three successive waterfalls which run through the steep, wooded Franche-Valeine gorges. The water surges through a maze of rocks before flowing calmly into the Dordogne river.
642 men, women and children are killed by bullets and fire.In memory of this tragedy, the martyr village of Oradour-sur-Glane is preserved in its original 1944 state.