One of the most beautiful natural sites in the Corrèze, located 12 km northwest of Tulle. The waterfalls are composed of three successive falls of the river Montane with a total height of 143 metres: the Grand Saut of 45m, the Redole of 38m and the Queue de Cheval of 60m. The latter plunges into the "gouffre de l'inferno". Abel Hugo, Victor Hugo's brother, was the first to describe these waterfalls in a book entitled "La France pittoresque" (1883). There are many signposted routes along the waterfalls in the Vuillier Park, named after the painter Gaston Vuillier who designed it between 1893 and 1899. Bring suitable footwear to descend the slope leading to the waterfalls. The site is not accessible to people with reduced mobility. It is also not recommended for people with heart problems.
Parents with young children can leave their pushchairs at the ticket office.
Dogs are welcome.
It takes 60 minutes to walk around the park.
Open from 1 March to 1 November: from 10am to 6pm (except Wednesday from 11am to 6pm) and every day from 10am to 7pm in July and August. Last departures 1 hour before closing time. - Price: €6 per adult and €4.50 per child. 4.50 € per person for groups
Payment by cheque, credit card or cash - Park in one of the village car parks and then walk down into the village. Buses have a reserved space in the village square.