Located to the west of the Auvergne Mountains in S central France, Limousin is noted for its unspoiled countryside and its abundance of ancient churches, abbeys and fortresses. Its many lakes and rivers offer travelers a variety of watersports, including canoeing, sailing, windsurfing and fishing. The region is also well known for the famous enamel and porcelain of its capital city, Limoges, and its hearty local cuisine.
Tourist Office 27 Blvd. de la Corderie 87031 Limoges Cedex Phone: 05 55 45 19 00 Fax: 05 55 45 18 25