Campsite at 80km from Brive-la-Gaillarde
Places to see in Brive
Brive-la-Gaillarde, in the heart of the Corrèze, is a historic city that will charm you. In the narrow streets of the town centre you cannot miss the collegiate church of Saint-Martin, the aldermen's tower and the Labenche museum.
Its dynamics, its history and its gastronomy will transport you to the heart of the French terroir.
The area around Brive is full of treasures and famous places such as Turenne and Saint-Robert, which are classified among the most beautiful villages in France.
Don't forget to visit also :
- the jardins de Colette
- the pans de Travassac
- the distillerie denoix
- the canal des moines
- the gouffre de la Fage
- the grottes de Saint Antoine
- the cité médiéval de Donzenac
Things to do in Brive
Don't hesitate to visit the Georges Brassens market hall where, every Sunday, a huge brunch allows gourmets to savour the most emblematic dishes of this region. Renowned throughout France, local producers distribute their finest products here every Saturday. Truffles are celebrated here, as is foie gras, not forgetting Limousin meat. Moreover, the market hosts the annual livestock festival and the honey fair.
The ideal campsite near Brive to visit Brive
Camping Port de Neuvic in Corrèze is ideally placed for visiting the town of Brive-la-Gaillarde. Whether you are in a comfortable mobile home, a comfortable chalet or a pitch with a view of the lake, Brive and its historic centre are only an hour's drive or 90 km from Neuvic. Food lovers will not be disappointed.
Your visit to Brive will allow you to discover the whole of the Corrèze. You can easily get to Collonges-la-Rouge and Turenne, which are among the most beautiful villages in France.