Situated in the foothills of the Massif Central, Limousin is a paradise for nature lovers. Famous for ‘Limoges’ porcelain and ‘Aubusson’ tapestries, it also offers many natural heritage sites (Dordogne Valley, Regional Parks of Millevaches and Périgord-Limousin) and some of the “Prettiest Villages of France”.
Made up of still lakes, fast flowing streams, gentle rolling valleys and forested hills Limousin has only recently become popular with tourists looking for off-the-beaten track holidays where the quintessential old-fashioned image of rural France still exists. Discover its medieval villages, granite churches, magnificent countryside and mouth-watering cuisine at your leisure.
Limousin is therefore perfect for easy, calm and isolated holidays in the typical French countryside. Limousin also has some of the most amazing views and castles to visit and still has the old charm of the French culture.