City Walks

Our campsite is close to towns, villages and remarkable sites that are just waiting to charm you!


Just twenty kilometers from the campsite and easily accessible via the A20 motorway, discover Limoges!

A city of art and history and the regional capital, Limoges is world-renowned for its porcelain, but it also boasts some of the finest parks and gardens in France. The town also boasts monuments such as the Benedictine railway station, the town hall, the Adrien-Dubouché, Fine Arts, Compagnons and Meilleurs Ouvriers de France museums, as well as the cathedral and numerous other churches. Limoges also boasts streets steeped in history, such as Boucherie, Temple and Rajat. The banks of the Vienne river are also ideal for long walks or bike rides.

Limoges is also a lively city with many festivities on offer throughout the summer (info at campsite reception).

You’ll find: cinemas, restaurants, cafés, bars, nightclubs…

Places to visit:

  • The Limousin Aquarium with over 300 species from around the world
  • To discover the city, take the little tourist train to discover the historic districts, main sites and monuments without getting tired.

Saint Léonard de Noblat

(20 km away) will seduce you with its rich heritage of medieval origin: the old quarter with its 11th-century collegiate church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visit: Moulin du Got (15th-century paper mill), Carpenet porcelain factory, Historail (railway museum), Musée Gay Lussac and many more…


Pôle de Lanaud (29 km away) with the Limousine Park. This 7-hectare agro-tourism park is dedicated to the livestock, landscapes and know-how of the Limousin region: interactive educational terraces, films, an exhibition, a Limousin farm, mazes and a treasure hunt are the star attractions! On the spot, let yourself be tempted by the “Le Lanaud” restaurant taken over by Anne ALASSANE (chef on the France 3 TV show “Péché Gourmand” and winner of the first Masterchef show!). We offer modern, friendly cuisine using the finest regional produce.


(40 km away) is the martyred village, preserved in its original state since 1944. Also worth a visit is the Centre de la Mémoire, where you can retrace the events leading up to this barbaric act.