You can choose beautiful places to visit during your stay, we have selected a few for you:
SAINT JEAN DE COLE
(7km - 8mn)
St Jean de Cole, medieval village of 300 inhabitants, is ranked among the most beautiful villages in France. Crossed by Cole, charming river spanned by a medieval bridges, this village with ocher walls houses and brown tiled roofs is a charming step.
The village offers a beautiful harmonious architecture, including stone houses and half-timbered, a castle of the twelfth and fifteenth centuries which dominates the beautiful place Saint-Jean, the oldest church in Romanesque-Byzantine style, a priory, a medieval bridge, a old mill ...
(23km - 25mn)
In the heart of the green valley and fresh dronne, discover Brantome the Venice of Perigord.
The village is surrounded by the river that forms an island at the foot of the cliff, stand the buildings of the abbey, built in the 11th century. The Benedictine Abbey of Brantome, founded in 769 by Charlemagne receives the relics of Saint Sicaire and became a popular place of pilgrimage.
Visit the abbey church, convent buildings and Fernand Desmoulin museum dedicated to the artist of the 19th century. Discover the town by the bridge, the quay and Bertin old houses with balconies full of flowers in Spring. A stroll in the Village you will discover the different architectural eras place.
(35km - 35mn)
Formerly called Gallo-Roman Vesunna and medieval city, Périgueux displays a wonderful heritage.
Many prehistoric testimonies exhibited at the Museum of Art and Archaeology of Périgord return to the origins of humanity. The heritage of the city also takes you to the halcyon days of the Roman Empire with its many relics and Vesunna Gallo-Roman museum that let you judge the richness of the ancient city Vesunna.
Your journey through history is just beginning. Turning a medieval alley or strolling spaces places, you have wood-framed houses, houses with towers, signs of wealth merchants Périgueux.
(60km - 50mn)
Limoges has been awarded the City of art and history for the quality of its heritage, rich in its diversity inherited more than 2000 years of history, and its fire arts (porcelain, enamel, stained glass).
Limoges surprised by the diversity of its heritage and the imposing stature of its monuments.
Among the key places: Station of the Benedictines, the Museum of Fine Arts, to understand the history of Limoges and its commitment to the art of enamelling, the National Museum of ceramic, to discover the masterpieces of Limoges artisans for more than two centuries or Resistance Museum, which traces the history of the Second World War in Limoges and local action of the Resistance.