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La P'tite Boutique installée au Bureau d'Information Touristique d'Ambazac est un Relais des producteurs de Pays, Saveurs de notre terroir! Relais des Artistes qui cultivent Art, savoir et technique! La "P'tite Boutique" de l'Association Vitrine des Monts du Limousin propose des produits régionaux toute l'année : produits de bouche (pâtés, confitures, bières, produits dérivés de la ruche...), bijoux (en porcelaine, émail..) et souvenirs, cartes postales. Une boutique éphémère estivale "Un P'tit air de campagne" et de Noël "En attendant Noël".
Sur 200 hectares la Tourbières des Dauges vous dévoile un paysage riche en couleur et en diversité. C'est un joyau biologique qui abrite nombre d'espèces animales et végétales rares : multitude d'insectes sur les landes à bruyères, mammifères et oiseaux dans la hêtraie à houx et droséras, plantes carnivores dissimulées dans les tapis de sphaignes.
Cottage very comfortable housed in a large farm, a typical hamlet Mountains Ambazac. It opens through large windows onto a terrace and an enclosed garden of 1200 m2 with independent heated pool and secure (8 x 4 m). The cottage was built for a relaxing holiday with a range of services on site and around whatever météo. many leisure options are offered: horseback riding, fishing, cooking classes, golf ..
Groups of rocks weighing certainlymore a thousand tons, the smallest measure about 20 m3. Two of the rocks are remarkable. The first has an ellipsoidal form very flattened and measures near to 11m long ; its a unsteady rock, and it's possible to make it swing. The towns people tell the story of how the rock was used in the olden days as a sacrifice rock. The second rock has a curious form of a boletus with a big stalk. They were reserved to the punishment of criminals. Could this be the place of the ruins of the old Oziac Temple ?
D29 par Le Palais, St Priest Taurion. Dans St Martin accès fléché (400 m du bourg).
Annie and Dominique are delighted to greet you at l'Auberge Saint Martin hotel, restaurant, bar and catering service. The hotel has 8 rooms and its restaurant serves local dishes.
It's known for it's gigantic rocky chaos.
13th century tombstone called “Du chevalier” shaped like a shrine. Carved from a block of granite, rectangular (1.70 m long, 0.30 m wide, 0.24 m high). Topped with a gabled roof. Relief : cords, lilies, roses, cross, acanthus leaves, shields of Lords of Razés, a long sword…
Date of medieval times. Was built on a hill and consisted of a mound, a line of defense and two farmyards. For the anecdote, in 1210, Lord Helie de Razès was crushed by a tower that collapsed.
Open all year round from Monday to Saturday except on bank holydays.
Sale of food you can eat on the spot. Activities.
In the village 9.00 - 6.00 p.m. Free of charge. Organizer : 'Comité d'animation' 06 77 18 76 83.
Stylish hotel nestled in the heart of a tiny village at the junction between Limoges, Ambazac and Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat. Your hosts will do the most to make sure you enjoy your stay!
Our restaurant serves meals made with fresh produce from the markets in Limoges. Enjoy an outdoor meal in the summertime on our shady terrace and a stroll in our flowery garden.
Leychoisier château offers guests the comfort of modern facilities combined with the charms of a 15th century stately home. The camp-site is set within the château’s magnificent grounds planted with centuries-old trees and a holiday at Leychoisier is guaranteed to transport you to another age and time. Quality Camping Europe. In rental: 2 cottages for 4 people.
Are you looking for thrills ? 6 courses available from 3 years old : basic (aged aver 15), junior (aged 12 to 15), child (aged 7 to 11), kid (aged 5 & 6), toddler (aged 3 & 4) unlimited access, concession (student, unemployed…). More than 70 obstacles. 100% safe. New in 2014 Night climbing : only available on Fridays in July and August, booking is essential.
This roman church was fortified in the 15th century. Machicolations, watch towers, loopholes, cannons dominate the place and the neighbouring roads. All these elements make it a redoubtable refuge.