The Corrèze is a department of Limousin that really takes you back in time. It has a rich medieval past with evidence of these times to be found throughout Corrèze’s towns and villages. Corrèze also encompasses the breath-taking Plateau de Mille Vaches, Monédières, Gorges, the valley of the Dordogne, the valley of Vézère, the Causse Corrèzien and the famous city of the horse, Pompadour. This is to name but a few of the department’s multitude of attractions.
The department has many undeniable assets, the characterful buildings and cultural heritage, unique villages, around thirty different museums, The department’s capital, Tulle is also home to that truly French instrument, the accordion. Corrèze has great gastronomy and agriculture and a remarkable natural landscape of breath-taking diversity.
The region is packed-full of charm with granite-roofed Xiantrie houses to spacious half-timbered manor houses. You’ll be sure to find something you’ll love.
Geographically Corrèze is in an enviable location and is often referred to as the gateway to the south, with transport links such as trains, motorways and planes. The airport of Limoges-Bellegarde provides excellent links to the UK.