Grottes de St-Antoine de Padoue

At the southern exit of Brive la Gaillarde, between town and countryside, the national pilgrimage to Saint Anthony of Padua offers visitors and pilgrims alike its five hectares of green parkland. Since Saint Anthony of Padua lived in these caves in 1226, this peaceful and harmonious site has been intimately linked to the history of Limousin. Even today, Franciscan friars animate the sanctuary and will be happy to welcome you there. Accommodation capacity: a hotel with 25 rooms (2 beds) for individuals and groups (Youth and Sports approval for groups of minors), modular meeting rooms (up to 150 people), a catering capacity of 120 covers. All information on our website Whether you come alone, with your family or with a group, you are welcome.
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41 avenue Edmond Michelet
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