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“The prehistoric version of the Cistine chapel! Museum with replica of the original Lascaux caves.”
82 personnes du coin recommandent
History Museum
“Lascaux II: A visit you’ll never forget: thanks to this replica, the world’s most famous Palaeolithic ’Sanctuary takes on a new lease of life. ”
58 personnes du coin recommandent
Travel Agency
“The most beautiful garden in Dordogne. Stunning spot. Beautiful gardens and views. Great lunch restaurant. Incredible! Very close to Les Charmes de Carlucet”
36 personnes du coin recommandent
“Amazing views from this chateau set high above surrounding countryside. Pretty little village below with selection of shops and restaurants”
27 personnes du coin recommandent
“One of the most incredible attractions in the region, a UNESCO World Heritage site, La Roque St Christophe is a 1km long cliff, 80m high with 5 enormous galleries. Since troglodyte days, it has been a place of safe refuge. You get to see how the city was arranged and there are working replicas of the lifts which were needed to bring supplies up the cliff face.”
35 personnes du coin recommandent
“Vassivière Lake is towards the east of the Haute-Vienne department, north-east of Eymoutiers and on the border with the Creuse department. It falls within the Regional Natural Park of Millevaches en Limousin A man-made lake covering almost 10 square kilometres and at an altitude of 650 metres, Vassiviere was created in 1950 when a dam was constructed and it is now the largest lake in the Limousin region and one of the largest artificial lakes in France. The natural environment around the lake attracts many visitors and largely consists of forests and peat bogs, with trails to follow when exploring. There is also a scenic road that passes all the way around the lake. Note: in 1995 a stage of the Tour de France was a time-trial that followed the 46 kilometre road around the lake. Exploring Vassivière Lake It is of course the leisure opportunities and scenery around the lake that are of interest to visitors, and the edges of the lake are now quite a developed tourist facility with holiday villages, ports and several beaches with lifeguard supervision to enjoy. The most important of these is Beaumont-du-Lac. As well as the beaches, popular activities on Vassiviere include boating, wind-surfing, fishing, canoeing and pedalos among others. There is also a very well maintained footpath around 30 kilometres of the edges of the lake which is ideal for walking and cycling, and free boat taxis across the water between the centres at Auphelle, l’Ile de Vassivière, Masgrangeas and Broussas to help you explore. The more active visitor will enjoy the accro-branches (treetop) adventures at the Parc d'Arbre en Arbre at Broussas, golf or perhaps the ski region at Pigerolles if you are visiting during the winter. By contrast, to relax you can also take a mini-cruise around the lake, with a romantic lunch or dinner also possible on the cruiser. Directions Les Dognons 87440 Maisonnais-sur-Tardoire, France Head east on Les Dognons/D699 Continue to follow D699 3 min (3.8 km) Turn right onto Rue Principale/D675 Continue to follow D675 22 s (150 m) Follow D699 to Crezeunet/N21 in Séreilhac 22 min (25.1 km) Follow N21 and D979 to Boulevard Karl Marx/D992 in Eymoutiers 1 h 4 min (65.5 km) Take D43, D222 and D3A2 to your destination 32 min (24.0 km) Lac de Vassivière 87120 Beaumont-du-Lac, France”
31 personnes du coin recommandent
“The famous caves at Lascaux are a historic place of interest to visit whilst in the area”
24 personnes du coin recommandent
“Parc ZOO Du Reynou - 45 minutes Located in Le Vigen, south of Limoges, Reynou is set around a 19th century castle, you can meet more than 600 animals of 130 species from the five continents and discover more than 120 plant species, while admiring the ancient trees in your walk.”
14 personnes du coin recommandent
“Excellent museum containing many pre-historic relics and interesting items from the area. There is a great view over the town from the upper walkway.”
12 personnes du coin recommandent
“le mercredi matin le samedi matin le dimanche matin (juste autour des halles)”
21 personnes du coin recommandent
“In its fully renovated setting, the Adrien Dubouché National Museum holds the largest collection of Limoges porcelain in the world. It also contains representative works from the key stages in the history of ceramics.”
23 personnes du coin recommandent
Lieu historique
“Magical ancient ruin of w Chateau nestled on top of a prehistoric troglodyte village...superbe ! Need hiking shoes 20 minute drive from les Rosiers ”
26 personnes du coin recommandent
“Amazing local prehistoric caves. Better than Lascaux and only a short drive away!”
27 personnes du coin recommandent
“a visiter impérativement , l'architecte Jean nouvel a créé un espace de lumière ou les vestiges gallo romains sont mis en valeurs; Tout proche la tour de Vésonne (un hlm romain ) et le parc des arènes un espaces de verdures et plein centre avec des arbres centenaires (aire de jeux enfants)”
9 personnes du coin recommandent
Natural Feature
“A pre-historic cave once inhabited by bears, then afterwards by man who painted the ceiling of the cave. A nice trip in a small open train.”
25 personnes du coin recommandent
“Weekly markets, International Street Festival in August, European Taste Festival in July, independent shops, restaurants, bars. ”
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