From the campsite in Corrèze, you will discover the Limousin region. You will be close to the most beautiful tourist sites of the Corrèze.
The south of the Corrèze embodies a gentle way of life: it is Collonges-la-Rouge, with its “vin paillé”. It is also an authentic land which gives the noble products of the French gastronomy: asparagus, Foie Gras, confits, walnuts, ceps and cheeses of the soil….
Taste the local flavors, and let yourself be tempted by the best restaurants of Corrèze.
The cultural and historical heritage of Corrèze as well as the landscape are breathtakingly beautiful.
The campsite near Tulle is located in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of France. It is located in the southern part of the country, in the department of Corrèze. The village is situated on a hill, at an altitude of about 300 to 500 meters. The village is about 30 kilometers from the city of Brive-la-Gaillarde, and about 84 kilometers from the city of Limoges
Brive-la-Gaillarde is located in the southwest of France, in the region of Nouvelle Aquitaine. It is the capital of the Corrèze department.
The city of Brive-la-Gaillarde has many assets that make it a pleasant place to live. Indeed, the city is located in a green setting with many parks and gardens. Moreover, the city has a rich historical and cultural heritage.
The Dordogne Valley
The Dordogne valley, with its historical heritage, its exceptional villages, its outdoor activities is an idyllic playground for discovery. The Gibanel campsite is in the heart of a magnificent valley where history has been unfolding for thousands of years: the first men left traces of their passage through the magnificent examples of cave art and prehistoric drawings in the caves.
From your rental or your pitch at the Sea Green Le Gibanel campsite ****, you will be able to reach majestic medieval castles, remarkable churches, breathtaking natural areas and three cities of character that belong to the network of the most beautiful villages of France: Loubressac, Autoire and Carennac. Not to mention the magnificent medieval city of Rocamadour in the Lot.
Argentat-sur-Dordogne, capitale de la gabare, ville d’environ 3 000 habitants située au carrefour du Limousin et de l’Auvergne.
Elected in 2016 as the favorite village of the French, Rocamadour is a complex of houses and chapels built on the edge of a cliff that defies the laws of gravity and overlooks the Alzou valley.
Welcome to one of the largest chasms in Europe open to the public and one of the most beautiful natural sites in Occitania, the Padirac chasm.
At 103 meters underground, you will first visit this monumental natural cavity by boat, which represents a network of galleries of more than 40km, before discovering underground rooms as vast as they are deep.
Protected by imposing ramparts, the medieval village of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne was built around an ancient Benedictine abbey. A spiritual place, witness to the epic of the Gabares, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne embodies the sweetness of life: one can enjoy foie-gras, confit, walnuts, strawberries, ceps, asparagus, local cheeses, mulled wine…
In Beaulieu, thanks to the Aubarèdes dike and its sluices, the Dordogne becomes a lake for the pleasure of swimmers and canoeists in summer.
The Lascaux cave, an exceptional place of prehistoric art, was discovered by 4 teenagers in 1940, in the commune of Montignac-en-Dordogne.
From 1948, the site is open to the public, but must close in 1963 because of a too intense tourist exploitation.
International high place of the cave art and cradle of the Cro-Magnon man.
Built on the geological fault of Mayssac, Collonges-la-Rouge owes its name to the red iron sandstone of its houses which stand in a hilly greenery of chestnut and walnut trees.
Collanges-la-Rouge also attracts hikers, gastronomes, heritage lovers and wine enthusiasts.
Close to Turenne and Collonges-la-Rouge, Saint-Robert, located on a 320 meter high hill on the borders of the Périgord, has kept its medieval character which makes it one of the most beautiful villages in France. You will appreciate its old seigneurial houses, its straight streets and the remains of its fortifications.