Tourism - Limousin

Limousin is a region of France that includes three departments such as Correze, Creuse and Haute-Vienne located in the centre of France. Main cities are Tulle, Guéret and Limoges.

Located at the foot of the Massif Central, the Limousin is a natural land with forests, valleys, woods and rivers. The landscapes of the region are varied with the Millevaches plateau and the lake of Vassivière as well as Dordogne and Vezere, a real heaven for hiking lovers.

The region has a rich historical heritage with numerous Romanesque churches, medieval villages such as Collonges-la-Rouge, Curemonte and many more.

Limousin also has a gastronomy heritage with one of its most famous specialties being the Clafoutis.

Many festivals take place throughout the year in Limousin such as the ‘Festival des Francophonies en Limousin’, the ‘Festival des Champs’ and the Book fair i n Brive-la-Gaillarde.

Top tourist cities in Limousin


Tourism Limoges: The capital of Porcelaine

Limoges is located in west central France and is the capital of the Haute-Vienne department and the administrative capital of the Limousin. It is built on high ground overlooking the river Vienne. Limoges's porcelain is well represented in the Musée ...

Must : Musée national de la porcelaine - Adrien Debouché, Gare des Bénédictins, Musée de la Résistance


Tourism Gueret

Gueret, the main city of the Creuse department, housing nearly 15 000 inhabitants, is a small, calm and quiet town. Gueret has a privileged natural environment, the "Monts de Guéret" consist of wooded hills and green valleys crossing the Gartempe ...

Must : Musée de la Sénatorerie


Tourism Tulle

Tulle is located in the south west of France. Its the main city of the department of Corrèze in the region of Limousin. Tulle has become the capital of lace (with its international festival), arms (arms manufacturing) and the accordion (manufactured by Maugein). ...

Must : Musée du Cloître, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Tulle, Musée des armes