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In New Aquitaine, Corrèze is a wild and exotic territory, rich in discoveries and unforgettable encounters.

Breathtaking natural sites, unusual places, picturesque villages, medieval castles and outdoor sports await you during your next vacation in Corrèze.

The essentials of the Corrèze department

During a stay in Corrèze, lifestyle, sporting and cultural traditions are first of all on the program at Brive-la-Gaillarde. After this visit, do not miss a step further south, on the Causse Corrézien and its vast limestone expanses with arid landscapes. In Corrèze, the Millevaches plateau, that is to say with a thousand sources, is also a magical site, just like the Dordogne valley. In this area, you will also find five of the most beautiful villages in France. Collonges-la-Rouge, Curemonte, Saint-Robert, Ségur-le-Château and Turenne are magnificent villages with alleys and wonderfully preserved buildings.

Remarkable natural sites

In Corrèze, the Millevaches plateau is a land of legends, rich in its sources and its landscapes of peat bogs, rivers and forests. The Dordogne valley is classified as a World Biosphere Reserve of France by UNESCO. The deep gorges, dams and reservoirs offer breathtaking landscapes. The Causse Corrézien, the Vézère valley and the wonderful Gimel-les-Cascades waterfalls are also places to discover.

Outdoor sports 

On the Millevaches plateau, go for a hike marked by Gallo-Roman remains and monumental crosses. In the Pays de Tulle, let yourself be seduced by water sports in the Gorges de la Corrèze or Bourmazel lake. Canoe, paddle, rafting, aquarando, wakeboard! There is something for all tastes and for all ages. And finally, do not hesitate to get on an ATV to explore the magnificent trails that await you.

Historic sites

Corrèze had a glorious medieval past. Many castles, dungeons, crenellated towers and fortified villages can be discovered around the country roads. Bort-les-Orgues, Moustier Ventadour, Saint-Geniez-O-Merle are exceptional stages. Among emblematic sites of Corrèze, the Monks Canal is undoubtedly the most singular. Over 1,5 kilometers, this XNUMXth century work of art built by the Cistercian monks of the abbey, formerly served the monastery, the fishponds and the mills.