A world Apart

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A world Apart
222km
EAUX
463km • BORD
328km
700km • LYON
385km
615km • NANTES
MARSEILLE
868km
OURG
772km • STRASB
NICE
979km
DAM
241km • AMSTER
TOULOUSE
1640km
520km • BERLIN
BARCELONA
1320km
755km • DUBLIN
BRUSSELS
915km
GUE
510km • THE HA
GENEVA
810km
D
820km • MADRI
LONDON
755km
835km • ZURICH
MILAN
PARIS
LILLE
Agence de Développement
et de Réservation
Touristiques de la Corrèze
(Corrèze Tourist Board)
45, quai Aristide Briand
F-19000 Tulle
Tel. +33 (0)5 55 29 98 78
[email protected]
www.vacances-en-correze.net
Photo credits : Olivier GACHEN / ADT Corrèze - Jean-François AMELOT / ADT Corrèze - Lucien ROULLAND / ADT Corrèze - Georges SULLY / ADT Corrèze - Office du Tourisme de Brive et son Pays - Joël TRIBHOUT / ADT Corrèze - Pierre JOURNOU / ADT Corrèze
Château de Sédières - Bertrand RIEGER / ADT Corrèze - Jean-Patrick GRATIEN / ADT Corrèze - Communauté de Communes du Pays de Ventadour - Pierre SOISSONS / ADT Corrèze - Jean TIGE / ADT Corrèze - Tim MANNAKEE / ADT Corrèze - Gouffre de la Fage
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A world Apart
In the Corrèze, you have a real feeling
of getting away from it all - unexpected
encounters, unique places to explore, and
unforgettable experiences to share…
Amaze yourself by discovering a Corrèze
even more breathtaking and captivating
than ever!
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Arnac-Pompadour (19231)
O.T. du Pays de Pompadour
Tel. 05 55 98 55 47
Aubazine (19190)
O.T. du Pays d’Aubazine-Beynat
Tel. 05 55 25 79 93
Information Point in Beynat
Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne (19120)
O.T. du Pays de Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne
Tel. 05 55 91 09 94
Bort-les-Orgues (19110)
O.T. Communautaire du Pays de
Bort-Artense
Tel. 05 55 96 02 49
Brive-la-Gaillarde (19100)
O.T. de Brive-Agglomération
Tel. 05 55 24 08 80
Information Point in Allassac,
Ayen, Donzenac, Lissac-sur-Couze,
Noailles, Objat, Saint-Robert
and Turenne
Bugeat (19170)
O.T.
Tel. 05 55 95 18 68
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Pla tea u de Mil leva che s
Pont du Saillant
Egletons (19300)
O.T. Intercommunal du Pays d’Egletons
Tel. 05 55 93 04 34
Information Point in Lapleau,
Marcillac-la-Croisille and
Moustier-Ventadour
Saint-Privat (19220)
O.T. de la Xaintrie
Tel. 05 55 28 25 83
Ségur-le-Château (19230)
Information Point
Tel. 05 55 73 39 92
Sornac (19290)
O.T.
Tel. 05 55 94 62 66
Lubersac (19210)
O.T.
Tel. 05 55 73 97 31
Treignac (19260)
O.T. Vézère-Monédières
Tel. 05 55 98 15 04
Information Point in Chamberet
Meyssac (19500)
O.T. du Pays de Collonges-la-Rouge
Tel. 05 55 25 32 25 or 05 55 25 47 57
Neuvic (19160)
O.T. des Gorges de la Haute Dordogne
Tel. 05 55 95 88 78
Information Point in Liginiac
and Soursac
Peyrelevade (19290)
S.I.
Tel. 05 55 94 71 13 all year round
or 05 55 94 70 64 in season
Discover the harmonious landscapes of the Vézère and
Auvézère valleys, the rolling hills of the Yssandonnais region
and our Limousin apple orchards, which produce AOP-quality
fruit. The characterful buildings of the area pay homage to local
materials such as limestone, schist and slate.
Tulle (19000)
O.T. intercommunal Tulle et Coeur de
Corrèze
Tel. 05 55 26 59 61
Information Point in Gimel,
Corrèze and Seilhac
Uzerche A town which has been awarded the “Plus Beaux Détours
de France” (Most Beautiful Detours in France) label. This medieval
settlement stands on a promontory encircled by a meander of the Vézère
river. Limousin Romanesque-style church. Regional Documentation
Centre for Landscape Archaeology.
Lubersac Renaissance house, incorporating the Permanent Centre for
Religious Art. Romanesque church and Château du Verdier.
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115km
Ségur le château Officially recognised as “Un des Plus Beaux Villages
de France” (One of The Most Beautiful Villages in France). Standing on
the banks of the Auvézère, the village is home to half-timbered houses
and the ruins of a medieval fortress.
Arnac-Pompadour A renowned equestrian village and home to the
national stud (haras national), mare farm (jumenterie) and Château de
la Marquise given by Louis XV to his mistress, Madame de Pompadour.
Arnac priory church and St-Blaise chapel. Horse races and equestrian
events.
Saint-Robert Officially recognised as “One of The Most Beautiful
Villages in France”. Picturesque alleyways and delightful residences.
Fortified Romanesque church (12C). Viewpoints.
Ayen Orientation table with views of the Yssandonnais area and the
Brive basin.
Uzerche (19140)
O.T. du Pays d’Uzerche
Tel. 05 55 73 15 71
Information Point in Vigeois
Objat Recipient of the “Site Remarquable du Goût” label for the
quality of its produce. Fruit and vegetable markets and suckling
calf fairs.
Voutezac A picturesque fortified village.
Clergoux (19320)
S.I. Intercommunal
Tel. 05 55 29 12 03
Le Saillant medieval bridge, chapel with stained glass windows
designed by Chagall, château and private park. Vézère Music Festival.
“Les Coteaux du Saillant-Vézère” vineyards.
COLLONGES-LA-ROUGE (19500)
O.T. du Pays de Collonges-la-Rouge
Tel. 05 55 25 47 57 or 05 55 25 32 25
Information Point in Curemonte
Allassac César tower, fortified church. Headquarters of the Pays
d’Art et d’Histoire Vézère-Ardoise association.
Donzenac / Travassac Medieval village. In Travassac, visit the
impressive slate quarries and admire the view from the orientation
table overlooking the Brive basin and the Yssandonnais area.
Vigeois 11C abbey church and Romanesque bridge spanning the
Vézère river.
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ys DES AJUSTANTS
PAYS DE VEnTADOUR and pa
The majestic Dordogne, tamed by the dams along its
length, provides the perfect landscape for excursions to
its surrounding plateaux: to the north, towards Clergoux, a
region dotted with forest, lakes and ponds; and to the south,
the area of the Xaintrie, with its atypical Corrèze landscapes
boasting incomparable architecture, magnified by its lauze
stone roofs.
From the impregnable “eagle’s nest” of Ventadour to the
Route des Ajustants, overlooking the beautiful Dordogne,
passing through the deep gorges of the Luzège, the wild and
grandiose sights of this area will fascinate those with a keen
interest in the history of the Troubadours.
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Brive-la-Gaillarde Nicknamed the “Joyful Gateway to the South”.
Renaissance buildings and the St-Martin collegiate church. Book Fair
and the market that was much loved by Georges Brassens.
Brive Festival. Gastronomic events. Labenche
Museum of Art and History.
Lac du Causse A lake covering 84ha
overlooked by the villages of Lissacsur-Couze, Chasteaux (viewpoint and
church porch), the ruins of the Château de Couzage and the “Montagne Pelée” (Bald Mountain).
Noailles / Gouffre de la Fage
A magnificent chasm for
those keen to explore the underground world beneath the
“causse” (limestone plateau).
Turenne Officially recognised
as “One of The Most Beautiful Villages in France”. Seat of a former
viscountcy, the village is dominated
by the ruins of its feudal château. From
the orientation table at the Tour César (César tower), enjoy
a view of the border region between the Corrèze and the Lot.
Collonges-la-Rouge Officially recognised as “One of The Most Beautiful Villages in France”. This medieval village built from red sandstone
boasts superb historical buildings renowned for their architectural
harmony. Fortified manor houses and an old covered market hall. Art
workshops.
Egletons The 13C church dominates the town, which is still encircled by its medieval ramparts. Centre de Découverte du Moyen-Âge
(Middle Ages Discovery Centre). Ventadour festival in summer.
Argentat-sur-Dordogne A former trading port for gabare boatmen,
with traditionally paved quaysides and lauze stone rooftops. Maison du
Patrimoine heritage museum. Gabare boat trips on the Dordogne.
Meyssac A market town built from red sandstone. Medieval quarter,
including an old covered market hall.
Branceilles “1001 Pierres” vineyards.
Curemonte officially recognised as “One of The Most Beautiful Villages in France”. A village with three churches and three châteaux
where the writer Colette once stayed. Fortified manor houses and an
old covered market hall. Orientation table.
Puy de Roche de Vic Orientation table with a 360° view of the Corrèze, the Lot and the Monts d’Auvergne.
Aubazine An imposing Cistercian abbey founded by
St-Etienne, the extraordinary Canal des Moines, orientation table at
the Puy de Pauliac, and ruins of a convent.
Sights along this route include a windmill, gigantic lava “organ
pipes”, a romantic château amid a landscape remodelled by
an impressive dam, and a sprinkling of unforgettable
scenic views on the edge of the Auvergne.
Forter esse de Venta dour
Barra ge de
Bort -les-O rgues
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Ruins of the Tours de Merle A medieval citadel built on a rocky
promontory in the Gorges de la Maronne. Tours and activities.
St-Julien aux Bois / Fermes du moyen-âge A picturesque village, home
to the “Farms of the Middle Ages” tourist attraction, which painstakingly
recreates the rural life of the period.
Auriac / Jardins Sothys Interesting architecture full of character around
the church. Themed gardens created by the Sothys cosmetics group.
Pont du Chambon An arched bridged in the Gorges de la Dordogne.
Marcillac la Croisille Water sports centre on the Lac de la Valette
(230ha), a reservoir along the Doustre river. The Lantourne viaduct, built
long ago for the picturesque Transcorrézien steam train.
Clergoux / Château de Sédières A medieval castle remodelled during the
Renaissance amid a vast estate of forests and lakes. Festival and activities in
summer. Former railway station for the Transcorrézien train.
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Forteresse de Ventadour / Moustier-Ventadour The vestiges of a
medieval château perched on a rocky spur occupy this steeply sloped
site. The fortress is indelibly linked with the memory of the Troubadours,
and the most famous troubadour of them all, Bernart de Ventadour.
Tours, sound and light shows, and events and activities in summer.
Site de St-Nazaire / St-Julien près Bort A grandiose viewpoint
at a height of 100m overlooking the Gorges de la Dordogne at the
confluence with the Diège river. The promontory here is where St
Nazaire is said to have chased away the devil.
Route des Ajustants / Belvédère de GratteBruyère Beyond the Saint-Projet bridge, this route
overlooks the reservoir created by the Aigle dam amid
a wild and verdant landscape. At Gratte-Bruyère, enjoy a
superb view of the confluence of the Dordogne and Sumène
rivers.
Orgues de Bort Overlooking the village of Bort from a height of
over 300m, these gigantic “organ pipes”, created by a lava flow,
have been sculpted by the elements over time. Orientation table
with views of the Monts d’Auvergne.
Barrage de Bort This impressive dam, 120m high and 390m
long, has created a reservoir on the Dordogne with a surface area
of 1,075 hectares. A circuit is available for visitors at the foot of the
dam.
Bort les Orgues A small town at the crossroads of the Limousin
and the Auvergne. Musée de la Tannerie et du Cuir (tanning and
leather museum), manufacture of leather goods, plus a factory
shop.
Château de Val This elegant medieval fortress has been
reflected in the waters of the Dordogne since the construction
of the Bort dam. Guided tours, art exhibitions and events and
activities. Boat trip on the lake.
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Do rd ogn e
Site du Mont / Sarroux Views of the Château de Val and the
reservoir created by the Bort dam.
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Le Limousin vu par les artistes
Emerging between the valleys of the lively Corrèze and Vézère
rivers, the Massif des Monédières range is characterised by
harmonious undulating forms and wild landscapes occupied by
alternating areas of heathland, conifer forests and glistening
lakes.
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Ussel The former city of the Ventadour family, criss-crossed by the
Diège and Sarsonne rivers. Medieval quarter, including the Maison des
Ducs de Ventadour. Musée du Pays d’Ussel (local museum).
Barrage de l’Aigle This 91m-high arch-gravity dam has created a 26km-long reservoir on
the Dordogne. Specially created viewpoint. Visit
possible.
Barrage du Chastang An arch-gravity dam 79m in height, which
has created a 31km-long reservoir along the
Dordogne. Visit possible.
Barrage du Sablier A small dam
upstream from Argentat, which forms
the Le Gibanel, at the confluence of the
Dordogne and Doustre rivers.
Une
application
et un site
gratuits
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itinerary
BRIVE
Meymac A town which has been awarded the “Plus Beaux Détours de France” (Most
Beautiful Detours in France) label. Aristocratic granite mansions, an old covered
market hall, belfry and Benedictine abbey. Centre National d’Art Contemporain,
Musée de la Fondation Marius Vazeilles.
Tour du Mont Bessou The highest point in the Corrèze and Limousin, at an
altitude of 976m. Extensive views across the Haute-Corrèze and Monts
d’Auvergne.
Saint-Setiers / Parc Arboretum This arboretum is home to
over a hundred species of trees as well as a forest exhibition.
Orientation table with views of the Monts d’Auvergne.
Peyrelevade / Wind farm / Chapelle du Rat / Lac
de Chammet An area on the border with the Creuse,
including the Neuvialle wind farm, the romantic Chapelle
du Rat, in addition to viewpoints overlooking the Lac de
Chammet.
Tarnac A fine group of architectural buildings
around the square, including a church, château,
fountain and ancient oak tree.
Viam From the belvedere alongside the D979,
enjoy views of the man-made lake, covering an
area of 189 hectares.
Bugeat A town famous for its national sports
training centre (Centre National d’Entraînement
Sportif).
Gallo-Roman site “des Cars” / St-Merd les Oussines
Comprising two mausolea and a large villa with a monolithic tank below,
these 2C remains have retained their mysterious aura. Guided tours in
summer.
Tourbière du Longeyroux This extensive peat bog depression covering 250 hectares
stands at an altitude of over 900m. One of the natural jewels of the Millevaches plateau. Marked
nature trails.
Former Route des Hêtres (Beech Route) Enjoy beautiful excursions through the remote southfacing landscapes along this route.
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Spontour Once an important shipyard for the
construction of gabare boats, and the departure
point for gabare boatmen transporting shipments
of wood along the Dordogne to the Bordeaux
region. Gabare boat trips on the Dordogne.
Neuvic Lac de la Triouzoune (410ha), a lake offering numerous
waters sports activities. Musée de la Résistance Henri Queuille
and the Centre Permanent d’Initiatives pour l’Environnement.
La Roche Canillac The historic site of “La Roche Basse”, a medieval
village with narrow streets known as “Courrijoux” on a hill overlooking
the Gorges du Doustre. Viewpoint as you head up towards StMartin la Méanne.
95km
Site de la Vie / Monestier Port-Dieu Views of the Lac de Val and
Valiergues windmill This restored windmill open to the public is the Monts d’Auvergne.
unique in the Corrèze.
Site de Port-Dieu / Confolent Port-Dieu On the banks of the
Puy de Manzagol Orientation table with views of the Lac de la Dordogne. Vestiges of the village engulfed by the reservoir created
Triouzoune.
by the opening of the Bort dam in 1951. Chapelle des Manants and
former presbytery.
Liginiac The château and church overlook the rooftops of this
small town, which is also home to an unusual station for the rebuilt
Transcorrézien line.
Viaduc des Rochers Noirs This 92m-high viaduct spans the Gorges
de la Luzège. It was opened in 1913 by President Poincaré and used
until 1959 by the picturesque Transcorrézien steam train.
Goulles Ruins of its two feudal towers, the Tours de Carbonnières.
itinerary
Beaulieu-surDordogne
A
medieval town on
the banks of the Dordogne built around an
abbey church with a superb
tympanum. Strawberry festival
in May. Gabare boat trips on the
Dordogne.
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Dominated by the upland region of the Limousin, covered
with huge expanses of forest, meadows and peat bogs,
dotted with the sources of numerous rivers, and home to
vast horizons and granite buildings full of character, the
Millevaches plateau boasts a uniquely mysterious and
captivating atmosphere.
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BRIVE
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PLATEAU DE MILLEVACHES
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La Chapelle aux Saints Museum of Neanderthal Man.
of gorges and lakes
the XAInTRIE region, a land
the limousin RIVIERA
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Juillac Orientation table with views of the Yssandonnais area.
Ussel (19200)
O.T. de la région d’Ussel
Tel. 05 55 72 11 50
to the south" to
from the "joyful gateway
The medieval towns and villages along this route are full of
character and charm, as well as teeming with history, with a
pace of life and atmosphere which changes as you
travel through gentle southern-influenced landscapes
and steep, verdant escarpments.
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Eygurande (19340)
O.T. du Pays d’Eygurande
Tel. 05 55 94 40 32
Meymac (19250)
O.T.
Tel. 05 55 95 18 43
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and YSSAnDOnnAIS region
VeZeRE-AUVeZeRE valleys
tourist offices
Argentat (19400)
O.T. du Pays d’Argentat
Tel. 05 55 28 16 05
Les Tours de Merle
Gorges de la Dordo gne
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Tulle Préfecture (main administrative centre) of the Corrèze
département and capital of the lace and accordion industries.
Romanesque-Gothic cathedral, Benedictine cloisters with a museum,
and medieval district. Collection from the Manufacture Nationale
d’Armes (National Arms Factory). Les Nuits de Nacre festival dedicated
to the accordion.
Gimel les Cascades A magnificent natural site with three waterfalls
with a total height of 143m. Collection of silverwork in the church.
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Sarran Musée du Président Chirac, displaying the gifts received by
Jacques Chirac during his time as President of France. The museum also hosts
temporary exhibitions. Impressive views from the Le Puy de Sarran orientation
table.
Un outil insolite à partager en famille ou entre amis !
An uncommon app to experiment, with friends and family !
Lestards A stunning thatch-covered Templar church.
Lac des Bariousses An artificial lake covering 99 hectares amid a verdant, wooded
landscape.
Une visite
d’expériences
et de
sensations
Treignac-sur-Vézère A medieval village with a Romanesque bridge, old covered
market hall, half-timbered Renaissance houses etc. Musée des Arts et Traditions
Populaires, Comptoir du Chocolat. National and international canoeing and
kayaking competitions.
Suc-au-May / Chaumeil 360° views of the Corrèze and Monts
d’Auvergne from an altitude of 908m. The village of Chaumeil
is famous for the accordion music of Jean Ségurel, a singer and
musician from the Monédières region, an area indelibly linked with
the famous cycling races hosted here.
Etang de Meyrignac l’Eglise This charming lake is located in the
heart of the Massif des Monédières.
Corrèze This former fortified village in the valley of the same name
is home to the riverside Chapelle du Pont du Salut.
Ruines de Tintignac / Naves This extensive archaeological
site of Celtic origin (3C BC) is currently being excavated. Tours
in summer. A superb retable carved from walnut is displayed in
the village church.
Parmi les lieux à visiter avec l’appli :
Brive-la-Gaillarde • Gimel-les-Cascades •
La Vallée de la Dordogne • Meymac • Tulle • Viam.
Parmi les lieux des œuvres numériques :
Brive-la-Gaillarde • Gimel-les-Cascades •
Meymac • Tulle • Viam.
Avec GéoCulture – le Limousin vu par les artistes,
géolocalisez-vous et partez à la découverte du Limousin
à travers plus de 700 œuvres plastiques,
littéraires, occitanes…
Once geolocalized, discover Limousin area through more than 700 works of arts
(paintings, drawings, litterature, occitan culture, music…).
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Prolongez
l’expérience
GéoCulture
En 2014, GéoCulture Limousin s’expose.
Rendez-vous du 28 juin au 6 septembre
à la Bibliothèque francophone multimédia de Limoges.
Créées spécialement pour l’occasion par des artistes internationaux,
quinze œuvres numériques seront à découvrir en région
via une application spécifique (digitalvisions.fr).
Go further with GeoCulture through an exhibition from 28th June to 6th September 2014
at the Bibliothèque francophone multimédia in Limoges and a journey all around Limousin with fifteen digital arts
specially created for this purpose and available through a specific app.
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GEOCULTURE
Area richly represented
Digital work from 28/06/2014
AffieuxC5
AixC9
AlbignacG4
AlbussacG5
Allassac
F3
AlleyratC8
AltillacI5
Ambrugeat C7
Les Angles-sur-Corrèze E5
Argentat
G6
Arnac-PompadourE2
AstaillacI5
Aubazine
G4
Auriac
F7
Ayen
F2
BarE5
Bassignac-le-BasH5
Bassignac-le-HautF7
Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne
H5
Beaumont D5
Bellechassagne
B8
BenayesC3
Beynat
G5
BeyssacE2
Beyssenac D2
BilhacI5
Bonnefond C6
Bort-les-Orgues
E10
Branceilles H4
Brignac-la-Plaine
G2
Brive-la-Gaillarde
G3
Brivezac
H5
BugeatC6
Camps-St-Mathurin-LéobazelH6
ChabrignacE2
Chamberet
C5
ChambouliveD4
ChameyratF4
Champagnac-la-Noaille
E6
Champagnac-la-Prune
G6
Chanac-les-Mines F5
ChanteixE4
La Chapelle-aux-Brocs
G4
La Chapelle-aux-Saints
H5
La Chapelle-St-Géraud
H6
Chapelle-Spinasse E7
Chartrier-FerrièreH3
Le ChastangG5
ChasteauxG3
Chauffour-sur-VellH4
ChaumeilD6
ChavanacB7
ChaverocheC8
Chenailler-Mascheix H5
Chirac-BellevueD8
ClergouxF6
Collonges-la-Rouge
H4
CombressolD7
Concèze
E2
Condat-sur-Ganaveix
D4
Confolent-Port-DieuC10
CornilF4
Corrèze
E6
CosnacG4
Couffy-sur-SarsonneB9
CourteixB9
CublacG2
Curemonte H5
Dampniat
G4
DarazacG7
DarnetsD7
Davignac D7
Donzenac
F3
Egletons
E7
L’Eglise-aux-Bois
B5
Espagnac F6
Espartignac D4
EstivalsH3
EstivauxE3
EyburieD4
Eygurande B9
EyreinE6
FavarsF4
FeytB9
Forgès
G5
Gimel-les-CascadesE5
GoullesH5
Gourdon-Murat
C6
Grandsaigne
D6
Gros-Chastang
F6
GumondF6
Hautefage
Jardin (Le)
H6
E7
Jugeals-Nazareth
H3
JuillacE2
LacelleB5
Ladignac-sur-RondellesF5
Lafage-sur-SombreF7
Lagarde-Enval
G5
Lagleygeolle
H4
Lagraulière E4
Laguenne F5
Lamazière-Basse
E7
Lamazière-Haute
B9
Lamongerie C4
LanteuilG4
LapleauF7
LarcheG2
Laroche-près-Feyt
B10
LascauxE2
Latronche F8
Laval-sur-Luzège
F7
LestardsC6
Liginiac
D9
LignareixC8
Ligneyrac H4
Liourdres I5
Lissac-sur-Couze
G3
Le Lonzac
D5
Lostanges H5
Louignac F2
Lubersac
D2
Madranges
D5
Malemort-sur-CorrèzeG3
MansacG2
Marcillac-la-Croisille
F7
Marcillac-la-CrozeH5
Marc-la-Tour
F5
Margerides D9
Masseret C3
MaussacD7
Meilhards C4
MénoireG5
MercœurH6
MerlinesB9
MestesD8
Meymac
C7
Meyrignac-l’Église
E5
MeyssacH4
Millevaches B7
Monceaux-sur-Dordogne
H6
Monestier-MerlinesB9
Monestier-Port-DieuD10
Montaignac-St-Hippolyte E6
Montgibaud C3
Moustier-VentadourE7
NavesE5
Nespouls H3
Neuvic
E8
NeuvilleG5
NoailhacH4
NoaillesG3
NonardsH5
Objat
F2
Orgnac-sur-VézèreE3
Orliac-de-Bar
E5
Palazinges
G4
PalisseD8
Pandrignes F5
Péret-Bel-Air
D7
Pérols-sur-Vézère
C6
Perpezac-le-BlancF2
Perpezac-le-Noir
E3
Le Pescher
H5
Peyrelevade
B7
Peyrissac
D4
Pierrefitte D4
PradinesD6
Puy-d’Arnac
H5
Queyssac-les-VignesI5
Reygade H6
Rilhac-Treignac
Rilhac-Xaintrie
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La Roche-Canillac
F6
Roche-le-PeyrouxD9
Rosiers-d’Egletons E6
Rosiers-de-JuillacF1
Sadroc
F3
SaillacH4
Saint-AngelD8
Saint-AugustinD5
Saint-AulaireR2
Saint-Bazile-de-la-Roche
G6
Saint-Bazile-de-Meyssac
H5
Saint-Bonnet-Avalouze
F5
Saint-Bonnet-Elvert G6
Saint-Bonnet-la-Rivière
E2
Saint-Bonnet-l’Enfantier
E3
Saint-Bonnet-les-Tours-de-MerleH7
Saint-Bonnet-près-Bort
D9
Saint-Cernin-de-Larche
G2
Saint-ChamantG6
Saint-Cirgues-la-Loutre
H7
Saint-ClémentE4
Saint-CyprienF2
Saint-Cyr-la-Roche F2
Saint-Eloy-les-Tuileries
D2
Saint-Etienne-aux-Clos
C9
Saint-Etienne-la-Geneste
D9
Saint-Exupéry-les-Roches
C9
Sainte-FéréoleF4
Sainte-FortunadeF5
Saint-FréjouxC9
Saint-Geniez-ô-Merle
G7
Saint-Germain-Lavolps
C8
Saint-Germain-les-VergnesF4
Saint-Hilaire-Foissac E7
Saint-Hilaire-les-Courbes
C5
Saint-Hilaire-LucE8
Saint-Hilaire-Peyroux F4
Saint-Hilaire-Taurieux
H5
Saint-JalE4
Saint-Julien-aux-Bois
G7
Saint-Julien-le-Pèlerin
H7
Saint-Julien-le-Vendômois
D2
Saint-Julien-Maumont
H4
Saint-Julien-près-Bort
D9
Sainte-Marie-Lapanouze
D9
Saint-Martial-de-Gimel
F6
Saint-Martial-Entraygues
G6
Saint-Martin-la-Méanne
G6
Saint-Martin-Sepert D3
Saint-Merd-de-Lapleau
F7
Saint-Merd-les-Oussines
B7
Saint-MexantF4
Saint-Pantaléon-de-Lapleau
E8
Saint-Pantaléon-de-LarcheG3
Saint-Pardoux-Corbier
D3
Saint-Pardoux-la-Croisille
F6
Saint-Pardoux-le-Neuf
C8
Saint-Pardoux-le-Vieux
C8
Saint-Pardoux-l’Ortigier
F4
Saint-PaulF6
Saint-Priest-de-GimelE6
Saint-Privat
G7
Saint-Rémy B8
Saint-Robert
F2
Saint-Salvadour
E5
Saint-Setiers
B7
Saint-Solve E2
Saint-Sornin-Lavolps
E2
Saint-Sulpice-les-BoisC7
Saint-Sylvain
G5
Saint-Viance
F3
Saint-Victour
D9
Saint-Ybard D3
Saint-Yrieix-le-Déjalat
D6
Salon-la-Tour
D3
SarranD6
SarrouxD9
Segonzac F2
Ségur-le-Château
D2
Seilhac
E4
Sérandon E9
SérilhacG5
Servières-le-Château
G7
SexclesH6
SioniacI5
SornacB8
Soudaine-LavinadièreC5
Soudeilles D7
Soursac
F8
TarnacB6
ThalamyC9
Toy-Viam B6
Treignac
C5
TrocheE3
TudeilsH5
Tulle
F5
Turenne
H4
UssacF3
Ussel
C8
Uzerche
D3
Valiergues
D8
VaretzF3
Vars-sur-Roseix
F2
Végennes H5
VeixD5
VenarsalF4
VeyrièresD9
Viam
C6
Vigeois
E3
VignolsE2
Vitrac-sur-MontaneE6
VoutezacF3
Yssandon
F2
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