Maison de l'Arbre et de la nature is a space dedicated to the fauna and flora of Limousin, where you'll get to witness bees at work, explore an animal garden and stimulate your senses. You won't have time to get bored at the Maison de l'Arbre et de la nature: hike, play mini golf or géocaching with monitors.
This charming town was named after the Corrèze river and has a rich historical and architectural heritage that you'll love discovering along your visit. This former fortified city still has remains of ramparts. Cross Porte Margot and admire the magnificent Notre-Dame chapel from Pont du Salut, on the bank of the river.
12 km from Tulle, the Gimel waterfalls are one of the most beautiful sites of the department. Several marked trails are available to admire the three watersprings and appreciate the beauty of this exceptionnal scenery. You'll need about an hour for a tour of the park.
Atelier du Poinct de Tulle is a local needle lace workshop where you'll discover facinating techniques.