Ségur le Château

This picturesque medieval town in Corrèze, on the banks of the Auvézère river, is dominated by the imposing remains of its castle, which is currently being restored.
At the crossroads of the Haute-Vienne, Corrèze and Dordogne departments, the site is listed as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France" and has joined the "Pays d?Art et d?Histoire Vézère Ardoise". The cradle of the first Viscounts of Limoges, this site was also the seat of a "Court of Appeals" from the 15th to the 18th century, and enjoyed great prosperity.
The village boasts a number of remarkable 15th- and 16th-century residences, including the Tour Saint-Laurent dwelling and the Tour du Guet and Henri IV houses (turrets, half-timbering, spiral staircases, monumental fireplaces, etc.).
Prices Min. Max.
Basic price - full adult price 4 € -
Discounted rate 2 € -
Pets accepted
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