A land of contrasts and colours where the river Vézère creeps through hills and orchards, past medieval fortresses, Renaissance abodes, abbeys and Romanesque bridges… reminding visitors that stone and water have co-existed here for centuries. The river Vézère patiently sculpted the meanders of Uzerche and Comborn, majestically highlighting these peculiar places. The fortified town of Uzerche with its noble houses, its Romanesque abbey and the abbey in Vigeois show the genius of the builders in the Middle Ages. As far as activities go , don’t miss our canoeing/kayaking/rafting sites and hiking trails : a great way to discover the beauty and wilderness of the Vézère Valley.
July to August during the week from 10 am to 12.30am /2pm to 6pm, sunday from 10 am to 12.30 am /2.30pm to 5.30pm
May-June-15th September : during the week from 10am to 12am /2pm to 6pm
16th September - April and October : during the week from 10am to 12am/2pm to 5.30pm.
November to March : contact us - closed 1st january - 1st and 11th novembre - 25th december.