Corrèze is a department in the South-West of France, a little less known than its neighbouring department of Dordogne.
La Maison à Madranges is just outside the village, along a quiet road and with no real neighbours so if you are after peace and quiet, then it is for you!
About a 10 minute drive North (8.9km), you will find the picturesque town of Treignac, designated ‘one of the most beautiful villages of France’.
Visit our 'What to do and see' section to find further help to plan your holiday activities.
Charming French village with all the amenities
The picturesque and hilly village of Treignac has retained most of its medieval charm. Situated on the bank of the Vézère river, it offers all the amenities which you will need whilst on holiday - butchers, bakers, supermarket, restaurants ...
Le Lac des Bariousses
Lake with recreational activities
Open from May to September, the lake offers a variety of water-sports including swimming and the rental of pedalos, paddle-boarding, canoes and kayaks. You can also hire bikes and fishing boats. The lake is well-known for its fishing potential.
You will also find picnic tables, a play park for children, volley-ball courts, a boulodrome, a snack-bar, a restaurant and a food truck.
A sunny and wild department
La Corrèze is a French department situated in the Limousin region, with the Dordogne to the West and the Auvergne to the East. The landscape of moorlands, forests and peat bogs, meadows and woodlands has its own particular charm and whether you are into nature, gastronomy and you like a more active holiday, Corrèze will cater for all tastes.