Viewpoints and viewing tables

There are an abundance of viewpoints from which to enjoy the Corrèze’s changing landscape of mountains and valleys and to get your bearings. Magnificent vistas in the north look out over the wood-covered Massif des Monédières and heather moors of the Plateau de Millevaches. Le Suc-au-May and Mont Bessou , which reach over 900 metres in altitude, afford panoramic views over the summits of the Massif Central. To the east, Bort-les-Orgues, a long ribbon of volcanic rocks up to 100 metres high, looks far out over the beautiful Lac de Val, while the verdant Saint-Nazaire headland dominates the wild gorges of the Dordogne. The landscape in the south alternates between the steep slopes of Chasteaux on the rugged Causse Corrézien and the bucolic shores of river valley villages like Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne. To the west, the Vézère runs through some delightful pastoral scenery that can be viewed from the heights of Donzenac and Uzerche. A total of 30 viewpoints and viewing tables provide perfect spots for contemplating the landscape

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AYEN
Ayen viewing table
Ayen viewing table - AYEN
On leaving the village of Ayen, take the D39 towards Brive, turn on the left towards Route des Puys. At the top of the hill of Ayen, one can commune with nature while enjoying the scenery breathtaking
VOUTEZAC
Vertougit viewing table
Vertougit viewing table - VOUTEZAC
Access by D.134 between le Saillant and Voutezac. Since the viewing table of Vertougit, we discover a wide panorama from Aurillac to
MASSERET
Tower viewing table
Tower viewing table - MASSERET
In the Village. The tower possesses in its summit a viewpoint indicator. Panoramic sight up to the Mountains of
SAINT MARTIN LA MEANNE
Belvédère de Lavastroux
Belvédère de Lavastroux - SAINT MARTIN LA MEANNE
SAINT MERD DE LAPLEAU
- SAINT MERD DE LAPLEAU
SARRAN
Puy de Sarran viewing table
Puy de Sarran viewing table - SARRAN
In 820 m of height, "le Puy de Sarran" indicated by its triple Calvary, appears under the shape of a dome covered with conifers. It's situated between the fault of Pradines in the East and the fault
SAINT MARTIN LA MEANNE
Le Roc du Chien
Le Roc du Chien - SAINT MARTIN LA MEANNE
Access from the village of Murat from the D18 between Saint-Martin la Méanne and Gros Chastang. Panaroma over the Dordogne gorges and the Chastang dam and reservoir.
COUFFY SUR SARSONNE
Puy du Vareyron viewing table
Puy du Vareyron viewing table - COUFFY SUR SARSONNE
Access by D.21 between Eygurande and Couffy-sur-Sarsonne. Viewpoint indicator on the Volcanic hill of Vareyron in the massif of Agriers, 600 hectare forest massif with moors with heathers. Collection
YSSANDON
Puy d'Yssandon viewing table
Puy d'Yssandon viewing table - YSSANDON
The Puy d'Yssandon offers a remarkable panorama embracing the Brive basin, the Monédières, the Monts d'Auvergne, the Causses and Plateaux Périgourdin, locatable trays thanks to the viewing table.
CAMPS SAINT MATHURIN LEOBAZEL
Le Rocher du Peintre viewpoint
Le Rocher du Peintre viewpoint - CAMPS SAINT MATHURIN LEOBAZEL
Remarkable viewpoint overlooking the Gorges de la Cère.
LAVAL SUR LUZEGE
Belvedere of Echamel
Belvedere of Echamel - LAVAL SUR LUZEGE
Belvedere offering a magnificent view of the valley of the Luzège. Caution: the belvedere is not secure. For hikers, the route "Around the Dark" to go through the
SAINT EXUPERY LES ROCHES
Viewing table
Viewing table - SAINT EXUPERY LES ROCHES
Viewpoint indicator at 747 metres, accessible by the North of the village in the direction of Saint-Fréjoux. Panorama on the Plomb du Cantal and the Puy de
SAINT SETIERS
Mont Audouze Viewing table
Mont Audouze Viewing table - SAINT SETIERS
MARCILLAC LA CROISILLE
The rock of Busatier
The rock of Busatier - MARCILLAC LA CROISILLE
Wiewpoint on the gorges of the Dordogne and the Xaintrie. Picnic area. Access by D18, direction
CUREMONTE
Viewing table
Viewing table - CUREMONTE
Viewpoint indicator situated over the village classified "Un des plus beaux villages de
MONESTIER PORT DIEU
La Vie viewpoint
La Vie viewpoint - MONESTIER PORT DIEU
On the D82, 20km north of Bort-les-Orgues, in the commune of Monestier-Port-Dieu. Viewpoint for the Bort-les-Orgues
MERLINES
Chavanon viewing table
Chavanon viewing table - MERLINES
Access by Merlines and the village of Lagarde. Belvedere fitted out with sight on gorges, viaduct of Chavanon, mountains of Auvergne and Cantal. Viewpoint indicator and picnic
ALBUSSAC
Site de Roche de Vic
Site de Roche de Vic - ALBUSSAC
On D.940, near four roads of Albussac, in the direction of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne. This rocky steep slope dominates the landscape in 636 m of height. It is credibly about an oppidum Gallic which was
TURENNE
César Tower viewing table
César Tower viewing table - TURENNE
The viewing table is situated on the round tower said about Caesar on the site of the Castle. We reach its summit by a spiral staircase. From there, we can admire a wide panorama indeed beyond the
LIGINIAC
Le Puy de Manzagol viewing table
Le Puy de Manzagol viewing table - LIGINIAC
Access by D.20 then D.183 between Neuvic and Liginiac. The "Puy de Manzagol" dominates the lake of Triouzoune in front of Neuvic. Of the viewpoint table, the sight dives on the bridge of Pellachal, to
VEIX
Puy de la Monédière
Puy de la Monédière - VEIX
This “puy” lent its name to the massif of which it is the highest point (919 m). Monédières means “Mountains of the day[light]”, named for the play of light across the massif in every
JUILLAC
Chatenet viewing table
Chatenet viewing table - JUILLAC
On D.39 near Juillac, in the direction of Ayen. Viewpoint on Yssandonnais, Saint
AUBAZINE
Le Puy de Pauliac viewing table
Le Puy de Pauliac viewing table - AUBAZINE
Situated on the D48, 1.5 miles NW of Aubazine, puy de Pauliac provides a stunning panorama of the region with, to the north, the Monédières, to the west, the Corrèze valley and, to the south, the
TROCHE
- TROCHE
SARROUX SAINT JULIEN
Saint-Nazaire viewpoint
Saint-Nazaire viewpoint - SARROUX SAINT JULIEN
On the D127, 12km west of Bort-les-Orgues. A promontory at the confluence of the Dordogne and Diège rivers, where the village and church of Saint-Nazaire once stood. From the end of the promontory
MONTGIBAUD
- MONTGIBAUD
BORT LES ORGUES
Orgues de Bort viewing table
Orgues de Bort viewing table - BORT LES ORGUES
4km west of Bort-les-Orgues. Situated at an altitude of 789m, perched 350m above the town of Bort-les-Orgues, these rock formations were formed by volcanic lava flow. The end of the rock is shaped
PUY D'ARNAC
Puy d'Arnac viewing table
Puy d'Arnac viewing table - PUY D'ARNAC
Access by D.153. Ancient castrum Gallo-Roman who occupies one of the last hills limestones before the granitic trays of Limousin. Three viewpoint indicators with description help to discover the vast
SAINT MERD DE LAPLEAU
- SAINT MERD DE LAPLEAU
SARROUX SAINT JULIEN
Le Puy de Bort viewpoint
Le Puy de Bort viewpoint - SARROUX SAINT JULIEN
At Bort-les Orgues/Sarroux. Panorama de la Pyramide at Le Puy de Bort. View of the Limousin, the Monts Dore and the Lac de Val. Viewing
CHAUMEIL
Suc au May viewing table
Suc au May viewing table - CHAUMEIL
The orientation table provides a magnificent panorama of the Limousin Mountains and the Millevaches plateau. The Monéfières massif is a rolling landscape. The Auvergne can be seen if the weather is
TARNAC
Puy Séngour
Puy Séngour - TARNAC
SARROUX SAINT JULIEN
Le Mont viewpoint
Le Mont viewpoint - SARROUX SAINT JULIEN
On the D82, 10km north of Bort-les-Orgues, in the commune of Sarroux. Unrestricted view of the Château de Val and the Bort-les-Orgues
ALLASSAC
La Roche viewing table
La Roche viewing table - ALLASSAC
Access by D9, in the direction of Perpezac-le-Noir. This site dominates the Vézère gorges. To the left, slightly below the car park, beautiful viewpoint on the dam of the Saillant. On the right, a
SOUDEILLES
- SOUDEILLES
SERANDON
Gratte-Bruyère belvedere
Gratte-Bruyère belvedere - SERANDON
On the D168, 12km southeast of Neuvic. Situated on the Les Ajustants tourist route, this belvedere offers a splendid view of the confluence of the Dordogne and Sumène
MEYMAC
Mont Bessou panoramic tower
Mont Bessou panoramic tower - MEYMAC
Highest point in the Limousin on the D36, 4km north of Meymac. Situated at an altitude of 1,000m, this observatory has a viewpoint overlooking the Monts du Cantal and Monts de
DONZENAC
Travassac viewing table
Travassac viewing table - DONZENAC
Access by the D25. Viewing table at Travassac close to the Pans de Travassac site. Viewpoint over the Pays de Brive. Carpark and picnic area.
LIGINIAC
Marèges belvedere
Marèges belvedere - LIGINIAC
A panoramic view of the Marèges hydroelectric complex as well as of Limousin’s plateaus and the mountains of Auvergne. The path leading to the belvedere starts on the Mole plateau (« cité