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Limousin LogoThe Limousin region, whilst less than four hours drive south from Paris, is nonetheless, largely unexplored by visitors from overseas. To the French this area, which is the lake district at the heart of France, is one of their best kept secrets and a great holiday favourite for them.

We are only 30 minutes drive from the city of Limoges, its main-line station and Bellegarde Airport. Limoges is a wonderful city to explore, with many fine restaurants, excellent shopping facilities and a wealth of delightful galleries, museums and local outlets for the famous Limoges pottery.

In addition to the many fine, reasonably priced restaurants, there are many sporting activities in the area, including horse riding, fishing, golf, swimming (indoor and out) and canoeing, with a total of 1,400 Km of waterways and nine large lakes in the area.

Limoges Bellegarde Airport links to the UK via Stanstead, Liverpool, Newcastle and Southampton, flying time is under one and a half hours, as well as flights from other European countries.

THE HAUTE VIENNE

The Haute Vienne (87) is the least industrialized region of France and it is famous for vast expanses of Chestnut and Oak forests, pleasant villages and large lakes. There are a wide range of outdoor activities available and a diverse variety of wildlife in the area which has now been designated as part of France’s newest “Parc Regionale”.

Whilst the area provides the perfect setting for a summer holiday it is also particularly beautiful in the spring and autumn, when the changing colours of the seasons are a photographers dream and the weather can be very pleasant for walking and cycling and other outdoor activities.

The capital of the Haute-Vienne is Limoges, this is a very attractive city famous for it’s porcelain. There are ten Castles in this department, museums of varying descriptions, archaeological sites, eight major lakes and two theme parks.

The attractions of the other departments of Limousin, namely, Correze (19) and Creuse (23) are within easy reach as are neighbouring Charente (16) & The Dordogne (24).