Cottages Corrèze

This department is located in the heart of France, is named after the Corrèze river of the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes of Nature.House. The Corrèze has an area of 5857 km2 and over 250,000 inhabitants. Depending on where you have a holiday home in this department, you can enjoy holiday homes on the higher areas near Millevaches-Monédières or in a holiday home near the Gorges of the Dordogne in the east of Corrèze. In one of the holiday homes in Corrèze you are guaranteed to have a special time. 

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This department is located in the heart of France, is named after the Corrèze river of the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes of Nature.House. The Corrèze has an area of 5857 km2 and over 250,000 inhabitants. Depending on where you have a holiday home in this department, you can enjoy holiday homes on the higher areas near Millevaches-Monédières or in a holiday home near the Gorges of the Dordogne in the east of Corrèze. In one of the holiday homes in Corrèze you are guaranteed to have a special time.

Tulle

The capital of Corrèze is Tulle. The town stretches out over a length of 3 kilometres in the narrow valley of the Corrèze and was already named a bishop's town in 1317. From a gite near this city you can easily visit it. The city has suffered a lot during wars in the previous centuries, but very worthwhile are the cathedral, the old part of the city and the narrow alleys and beautiful stairs. The Cathedral of Notre-Dame is definitely worth a visit if you have a holiday home in the Corrèze. This cathedral dates from the 12th century and has a very nice bell tower. You can also enjoy the river Corrèze that flows through the city when you visit this city.

Bats in the caves of Gouffre de la Fage

When staying in a holiday home in the Corrèze, you are certainly advised to visit the stalactite caves that can be found here. Here you can immerse yourself in an underground world of unearthly beauty. The stalactite caves consist of two underground corridors, which are open to the public in summer. Here you can enjoy beautiful lime curtains in different colours, as well as countless stalactites, columns and arches of limestone. A special feature of this cave is that it is part of the Natura 2000 network because it houses one of the largest colonies of bats in Europe.

Cologne la Rouge

Are you looking for a holiday home in Corrèze? Cologne la Rouge is a small village in Corrèze and is definitely worth a visit. This small village is known for the red brick houses that can be found everywhere and the beautiful castle that is definitely worth a visit.