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At the centre of a region rich with history, the camping site is the ideal location to discover a unique heritage:
- Autoire, Vallée de la Dordogne
- Collonges la Rouge
Collonges la Rouge
Collonges village is built with red sandstones (hence its name), which contrasts with the green colour of the neighbouring chestnut trees and vineyards. The village became famous through a donation of the Limoges Count of the church of the parish of the Charroux monastery.
At the southern end of the Corrèze, not far from the Lot, Curemonte stretches on a ridge line overlooking the valleys of the Sourdoire and Maumont. In addition to the round or square towers of its three castles and its Romanesque church dating from the 12th century, the village has preserved a few noble houses and a covered market dating from the beginning of the 19th century and housing a barrel of cross from the 16th century.
The Pays Vallée de la Dordogne Corrézienne is a territory structured by 6 communities of communes and grouping together 64 communes located in the south of the department and spread around the river Dordogne. It is supported by the Syndicat Intercommunautaire de Développement de Beaulieu, Beynat, Meyssac (SID BBM).
On the banks of the Dordogne river, Renaissance houses with carved windows and brown roofs tangle around an 11th century Cluniac priory where Fénelon lived. Near the Romanesque church and its cloister, the Château des Doyens invites you to discover the riches of the Pays d'Art et d'Histoire of which Carennac is a part.
Perched on a promontory with a superb panorama of the Dordogne valley and the surrounding castles, Loubressac offers the visitor the charm of its medieval houses with ochre-coloured stones and raised roof tips. The church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste and the castle, a 15th and 18th century manor house, are well worth the short climb to get there ...
Bearing the name of a powerful viscounty that ruled the Limousin, Périgord and Quercy regions for ten centuries, Turenne has kept many traces of its history: the César and Treasure Towers, remains of the castle dominating the village, old mansions from the 15th to 17th centuries decorated with turrets or watchtowers and simpler houses with roofs covered with slate or slate...
Rocamadour is a medieval city situated in the Lot department, at the extreme north of the Midi-Pyrénées region. The residents are called “Amadouriens”.
Not far from the famous Padirac abyss and the Dordogne valley, this small village is located in the heart of the Causses du Quercy regional natural park.
Built in stages at cliff side, the village is often referred to as the “Vertigo city” as it is situated at 150 meters altitude over the Alzou canyon. It is not only well known for its unrestricted view of the neighboring region but also as a pilgrimage site.
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