Treignac is the nearest local town to the camp site, here you will find a lovely medieval old town, plenty of small winding little streets with very pretty buildings. There is a walking tourist trail which you can either follow by yourself, or, through the summer season, there are guided tours.
Treignac also has most of the basic amenities you may require.
Dr’s. Supermarket. Chemist. Bank. Fuel stations. Bakery.
Garages. Hairdressers. Butchers. Hardware Stores.
There are several restaurants to choose from in the town itself, also, on the outskirts is La Plage, a beach area with water based activities / beach based activities and a beach bar / restaurant.
Uzerche is a very picturesque village, divided between the old and the newer town, with its sleepy river running through. Wend your way up and around into the old town, explore the quaint winding streets and visit the stunning church at the top. Take time out in the square to watch the world go by over a coffee or a lunch in the pavement cafes.
A sleepy village most of the time, but in the July it awakes with a wonderful cherry festival, there is a street market and cherries are the order of the day.
There are some very quirky streets and an array of places to eat.
Chamberet is also home to the “Maison des Arbres”, A visitor centre sets you off on a lovely walk around trees of the world, some very familiar ones and some very strange ones too.
Collonges La Rouge
so named because of its stunning red stone buildings. Well worth a visit, you could wander around this village all day, every turn giving a new ‘red’ vista. The village buildings each with its cute and quirky design takes you into an almost fairy-tale atmosphere. As if the whole village has its arms open to welcome you.
Set high on a hillside showing its beauty across the valley towards Brive la Gaillarde. Tiny winding streets take you back to a time of donkey carts and peasant markets, like walking through a history lesson.