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- The Upper Limousin region:
In Haut Limousin (Haute-Vienne - 87), nature is omnipresent, mysterious and unspoilt. History has left its mark on the region's heritage. Festivals and events punctuate people's lives and skills are shared. To make sure you don't miss a thing during your stay in the Haut Limousin, download the tourist map and check out the best places to eat! Must-sees The Dolmen de Bouery, Pot Bouillant, the Benaize valley, Saut de la Brame and the Monts de Blond are among the most emblematic sites in the Haut Limousin. Here, nature is everywhere, and can be contemplated in a garden, beside a river or in the shade of a legendary stone.
- Nature :
Well-known to anglers, the Gartempe valley is home to a number of protected species. The ponds in the north of the Haute-Vienne provide a stopover for migratory birds. A veritable "inland sea", the 330-hectare Lac de Saint-Pardoux is set in a haven of greenery. The Haut Limousin is a great place for walking, horse riding and mountain biking, with a multitude of signposted trails. The small country roads are perfect for cycling, while the lakes and rivers are a fisherman's paradise.
- Heritage :
Discover the villages of character, Bellac "Village-Etape", Le Dorat "Petite Cité de Caractère", Chateauponsac, Magnac-Laval or Mortemart classified "One of the most beautiful villages in France" our towns of character will tell you their history through their monuments. The René Baubérot Ethnographic Museum displays rare collections recounting life in the Limousin in the 19th and 20th centuries. And what about the three lanterns of the dead, those mysterious 12th-century granite columns ?
(unless there are new government restrictions): A land of festivals, the Haut Limousin comes alive in the summer months with Les Nuits Musicales de Cieux, the Festival National de Bellac, the Festival du Haut Limousin and Zicanouic. Every year, the summer festival "la fête de tout ce qui vol" in Blond, the film festival in Le Dorat, horse races and the "Frédéric Mistral" (raids, hiking and mountain biking) set the pace in the Pays du Haut Limousin. More unusual are the processions of Saint Maximin in Magnac-Laval and the septennial ostensions in Le Dorat, a moving tradition. Consult the calendar of events.
For more information on organising your visits and outings in the Haut Limousin, contact the Pays du Haut Limousin Tourist Office.
- Creuse and Berry:
Just a few kilometres away, the Creuse, with its unspoilt countryside and breathtaking landscapes, will win you over: La Vallée des peintres, Les Ruines de Crozant, Le Confluent des 2 creuse or Le Val de Creuse. You can also discover towns and villages with character, including 2 listed as "One of the most beautiful villages in France": Saint Benoit du Sault (15km) and Gargilesse (40km); then La Souterraine (20km), Crozant (30km), Argenton-sur-Creuse "the Venice of Berry" (40km), La Celle Dunoise (45km) and Le Moutier d'Ahun (70km). Consult the calendar of events in Creuse Consult the calendar of events in Berry.
Contact campsite Le Lac de Mondon
Du Monday 1 May au Saturday 30 September