Weather in the heart of the Limousin is delicious. The boundary of the beautiful and bad weather is often just above Limoges. Our area is below this limit, which means often nice weather.

Limousin has a continental climate with pronounced seasons. The differences in temperature between day and night are often substantial. In summer this is very pleasant to sleep. But also the temperature differences between the one and the other day can be significant. Especially in the winter, one day you can have a terrace lunch and the next morning could be white of snow.

Limousin is very green, so there must be rain sometimes. Winter is a wetter period, but even in summer a shower can appear. Fortunately, these showers often fall at night with a thunder storm. In particular, the spring, summer and fall are wonderful seasons in the Limousin. Almost all year, one can live out here!

The Limousin is in Europe’s top 3 cleanest air locations. The density of its population is approximately 25 inhabitants per square kilometre (in comparison, in Great Britain there are approximately 400 inhabitants per square km and in London, almost 5,000 inhabitants per square km).

Climate

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Water
Many villages have a beautiful swimming lake with a beach, often even with a lifeguard during the summer months. In addition, there are a few larger lakes such as Lac de Vassivière or Lac de Saint Pardoux, where you can enjoy sailing, windsurfing and water-skiing. Some fast-flowing rivers such as the Vienne offer kayaking, canoeing or fishing possibilities.
 
Golf
Experience the peace and quiet on the golf courses in the Limousin. Playing in your own pace, fast or slow, in beautiful natural rolling green jobs where mostly from the exit is not visible! And after 9 holes or at the end a delicious dinner in the restaurant.
 
History
It is as if time had stood still. That is the feeling you might get in the many small villages. The image that you know from romantic French films, with people carrying a stick of bread under their arm and a dreamy village square where local have a game of French bowls (locally known as Pétanque). The region bears its name from its 2,000 year-old capital Limoges. Limoges is known for its p…
 

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