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Camping in Limousin

48 campsites in France, Limousin

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L’Ecrin Nature is a friendly site, attractively located close to Ambazac, with good access to the key sights of the Limousin. Some of the site’s...

On the shore of an extensive lake in the heart of the Corrèze countryside, this could be an ideal holiday base for walkers, cyclists, anglers...

You will be assured of a very warm welcome, throughout the long season, at this attractive family run site set amongst a variety of tall...

Camping de Montreal is an all-year campsite, located just a few minutes from J42 on the A20. You can be sure of a warm welcome...

This slightly terraced campsite is located in a beautiful estate, dominated by the 16th-century château, on the banks of a very clean lake in this...

You are sure of a warm welcome by the Dutch owners of this very spacious, naturally laid out and well maintained naturist site. It is...

Camping le Moulin de Piot can be found on the banks of the Petite Creuse river. It is a popular site with anglers and kayaking...

Le Coiroux, part of the Campéole group, is set in a picturesque location in the heart of a forest on the edge of a large...

A member of the Aquadis Loisirs group who specialise in countryside holidays, Camping de Fréaudour is located in the Haute-Vienne region of Limousin. This peaceful...

Le Château de Poinsouze is a well established site arranged on an open, gently sloping, grassy park with views over a small lake and château...

Saint Hilaire-les-Places is a pretty village famous for its floral displays. It can be found 28 km. south of Limoges, best known for its fine...

Le Soustran is a small charming campsite with Dutch owners. The camp is located next to Lac de Triouzoune (also called Lake Neuvic), located in...

Camping des Alouettes, located in the Perigord Limousin Nature Park, 25 kilometres west of Limoges, is run by a Dutch couple who will do all...

This attractively landscaped site, alongside the fast-flowing River Dordogne (unfenced), is ideal for adults to explore the pretty region of the Corrèze. It has 11...

The name of this site may be misleading – it is nowhere near Calais! Au Bois de Calais is located within the Parc Naturel Régional...

Camping -Au Pont du Dognon is a small and quiet site situated on the banks of the Taurion river, between Ambazac and Saint Léonard de...

Le Vianon campsite is located in Corrèze, in the Limousin region, between Auvergne and Périgord, located in the town of Palisse, a small typical village...

In the heart of Limousin in the Haute-Vienne department, Camping de la Gartempe is situated in a protected area next to the River Gartempe and...

This is a very pleasant and well equipped site in a beautiful location on a small island in the River Dordogne. Huttopia Beaulieu sur Dordogne...

You are assured of a warm welcome at this immaculate site, beautifully situated beside the shallow River Dordogne and just a few kilometres from Argentat...

Limousin

This quiet and deeply rural province is right in the centre of France to the south of the tourist region of the Loire Valley. Unspoilt and thinly populated, it is unknown to many but by others is considered close to paradise.

On the western side of the Massif Central, this stunningly beautiful region of still lakes, fast flowing streams, gently rolling valleys and forested mountains has been one of the best kept secrets in France. Lush green meadows are grazed by the Limousin breed of cattle, numerous ancient villages and churches dot the landscape, as well as more imposing abbey churches and fortresses. The region’s moorland has made it popular with horse breeders and the Anglo-Arab horse originated from the famous studs of Pompadour.

The city of Limoges, synonymous with porcelain production, produced the finest painted enamelware of Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries and today remains the porcelain capital of France. Aubusson is renowned for its beautiful and intricate tapestries. But Limousin’s appeal is, more than anything, the freedom of the countryside and it has not yet been discovered except by the discerning traveller. It is said that in Limousin a discovery awaits you at the end of every path and we consider this to be a fairly accurate description.