CORRÈZE HAS 6 OF FRANCE'S MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAGES.
The stars are Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Collonges-la-Rouge, Curemonte, Saint-Robert, Ségur-le-Chateau and Turenne. Give them the time they deserve, and you'll be rewarded for your curiosity.
The medieval town of Beaulieu stands on the right bank of the River Dordogne. Nicknamed the "Limousin Riviera" because of its mild climate.
The medieval turrets and towers of Collonges-la-Rouge define the skyline of this unusual 14th century village.
A medieval village with three castles and three churches, Curemonte was inhabited by the French writer Colette during the Second World War.
This charming medieval village is built on a ridge on the border between the Corrèze and the Dordogne.
Built on a meander of the Auvézère river, this small town was a major centre in the Middle Ages, when it was controlled by the first Viscounts of Limoges.
Other charming towns and villages include Argentat-sur-Dordogne, Aubazine, Donzenac, Pompadour, Treignac "Petite cité de caractère"... and Meymac and Uzerche "Plus beaux détours de France".