Campsite at 50 km from Tulle

What to see in Tulle

Tulle, the city of 7 hills, reveals itself through a maze of medieval streets. Take the time to push open the door of the breathtaking cathedral, have a drink at a café along the river and wander through the old town to discover an attractive and seductive capital.

In the vicinity of Tulle, you will enjoy visiting one of the most beautiful natural sites in the Corrèze, which is only 12 km northwest of Tulle.

Three waterfalls make up the Gimel waterfalls. From a height of 145 metres, the waters tumble down the slopes of this remarkable site.

We advise you to bring suitable shoes for your walk. Access is not suitable for people with reduced mobility or heart problems. It takes 60 minutes to walk around the park. The Gimel waterfalls are open from the beginning of March to the end of October, every day from 10am to 7pm.

You can also go to the castle of Sédières located on the commune of Clergoux.

Things to do in Tulle

If you want to go to Tulle, take the opportunity to visit the Museum of Arms, the Cloister Museum, the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Tulle and the Aquarécréatif Centre.

With its 120 producers, the Brive market awaits you on Wednesday and Saturday mornings at Place Gambetta and under the station market.

Campsite near Tulle

Close to Tulle, the Port de Neuvic campsite offers a wide range of accommodation with its feet in the water. There are several routes to take, either along the A89 or along country roads through the villages of Marcillac la croisille and Clergoux. When you arrive in Tulle you will discover many museums and places that will leave you with unforgettable memories.

5 km from Tulle, the charming little village of Gimel welcomes you for a magnificent discovery of the waterfalls of Gimel.

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