Hotels in France » Region Limousin
The Limousin is one of 26 French regions composed of three departments Correze, Creuse and Haute-Vienne. Located almost entirely on the Massif Central on 1 January 2005, it comprised 724 243 inhabitants on nearly 17 000 sq. km. Its inhabitants are called Limousins.
With just over 720 000 inhabitants, is the second least populous region of mainland France after Corsica. Because of its topography and its economic past, it remains relatively isolated from major lines of communication and trade.
Located 10 minutes south of Brive-la-Gaillarde and its market which has been made famous by the French singer and songwriter Georges Brassens, Les Hameaux du Perrier** are situated at the gates of Southern France, at the crossroads of the French departments of Corrèze, Lot and Dordogne, near the village of Lissac-sur-Couze. At 240 metres above sea level, overlooking the lake 'Lac du Causse' (100 ha), the chalets have view of the surrounding green hills.
In an exceptional and quiet environment, you will enjoy the residence with its swimming pools, as well as the natural beauty and the rich cultural heritage of the region.