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Lubersac - a village steeped in history

The village of Lubersac, lies in the west of the Corrèze department in the lush Limousin region. Steeped in history, with traces of the Gallo Roman age, Lubersac also has many still standing historic buildings to see. Modern life has made Lubersac even more attractive without spoiling its heritage. And, the glorious countryside that surrounds it adds to its many charms.

Life in the village

Lubersac is an unspoiled and rural village, yet it's fairly substantial in size, having over 2,000 inhabitants. These residents are well catered for by a good range of shops, services and leisure facilities. The village offers pretty much all you'll need for day to day living. There are supermarkets, shops, restaurants and bars as well as medical services and schools all on hand. And when it comes to sports and leisure, there's a super outdoor swimming centre with water slides in the village. The nearby leisure lake provides a natural alternative too.

Heritage of Lubersac

Lubersac has a wealth of heritage. Many of its houses are authentic and historic, and then there are several notable grand buildings. The Château du Verdier is open to visitors in the peak summer months of July and August, and is well worth exploring. Then there's the Church of St Etienne, classified as an historic monument, and the beautiful Renaissance House. A couple of chapels can be added to your must see list, along with a visit to the fascinating Museum of Sacred Art.

Enjoy a day at the races

The village has, of course, its swimming centre which will prove popular with all ages, but if you're wanting to get out and about and try something different there are still lots of things to do nearby. Nearby Pompadour is a celebrated centre of equestrianism, and you can go along to enjoy a day at the races, French style!

Kayaking, fishing and golf all on offer

The river that runs near to Uzerche offers the chance to try canoeing and kayaking. Fishing is possible in local lakes and rivers, and there are several golf courses within reach.

Explore the countryside with its chateaux and historic villages

The less sports minded can enjoy local markets and festivals, discover chateaux and historic villages and simply relax in the stunning countryside that the region is noted for.

How to get there

The village lies between Limoges and Brive airports, so air travel is no problem. Lubersac also boasts its own railway station, so if you prefer to travel by train you can take a TGV to Angoulême and grab a local service to your destination. Finally, if you're driving (and a car is advisable as the region is very rural), you'll find the village some 15 minutes from Junction 44 of the A20 motorway on the D901.

Property prices and availability in and around Lubersac

The Limousin is known for its low property prices. So if you're looking for a lot of property for your Pound, a place like Lubersac is the place to find it! It's a great area for finding big country houses for small prices.

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Lubersac AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Lubersac?

Lubersac lies in the south-west of France. It's located in the west of the Corrèze department.

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IN THE REGION OF LIMOUSIN

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IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRÈZE

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Population: 2,279


Access: By air: Fly to Limoges or Brive. By rail: Lubersac has a railway station so you can travel by high speed train to Limoges, then link to local services. By road: The town lies on the D901, near the A20 motorway.


Economy: The economy includes small commerce and agriculture.


Interesting fact: The village's name (which translates to "pierced wolf") comes from a local legend about a knight who killed a wolf to save his lady.

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