Troglodyte dwellings by the Castle of Commarque

The ruins of Commarque, an emblematic castle that belonged to the barons of Beynac and lords of Commarque, are slowly restored after 3 centuries of oblivion

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Poitevin Marsh waterway

Poitevin Marsh, the second largest wetland in France, is known as Green Venice, a lush green marsh you discover by punts that gently glide on man-made waterways nestled under the tree canopies

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Marais Poitevin in Poitou-Charentes

Poitou-Charentes is part of the Nouvelle Aquitaine region, and is situated in south-west France, between the Loire and the Gironde estuary in Aquitaine

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A river in Limousin

The quintessential historic Limousin in Central France is divided in 3 departments and has been part of the Nouvelle Aquitaine Region since 01/01/2016

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Traveling to Limousin from the UK

Traveling to Limousin from the UK by air, land and sea is easy as the region is served by 2 airports, and accessed by good rail, road and ferry networks

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Traveling to the Dordogne from the UK

Traveling to the Dordogne from the UK by air, sea and land is easy as the region is served by 3 airports and an extensive railway and road networks

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Uzerche

Uzerche, a former major stronghold and influential medieval town perched on a spur overlooking a meander of the Vezere, known as the Pearl of the Limousin

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Chateau de Pompadour - Facade overlooking the studs farm

Chateau de Pompadour, the chateau of the Marquise de Pompadour, Louis XV’s favourite, and a national stud farm where the renown Anglo-Arab breed was created

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