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Price and Availability Index in Limousin
Holiday Letting Price Information in Limousin
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. Holiday letting prices are the highest in July (13/07 - 20/07). On average, the most interesting prices are in one week in October (12/10 - 19/10), when the average price is only £65 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Limousin
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Limousin (in %). The busiest time to book a holiday letting in Limousin so far is in February (08/02 - 15/02), where only 60 rentals are available. More properties are available during one week of May (04/05 - 11/05), when the booking rate is only 14%.
The Weather in Limousin
Above is a climate diagram for Limousin. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 0° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Discover Le Midi with holiday cottages in Limousin
It's hard not to be struck by Cupid's arrow when you're in the heart of France. Limousin has a strong personality, characterised by its UNESCO-protected Aubusson tapestry, palette of distinctive local flavours, and numerous festivals – all easily accessible from a holiday cottage.
Tastes of Limousin
Quite literally, the chestnut is Limousin cuisine in a nutshell. The area’s traditional soup, garbure, is made of chestnuts, and the nuts also turn up in pastries and sausages (boudins aux châtaignes). Local cattle are well regarded by France's discerning gastronomes – they grow plump on the verdant fields of central France. Sweet treats include cherry clafoutis and nut cake, best accompanied by a chestnut liqueur.
Cathedrals and chateaux
Limoges Cathedral is a famous example of Gothic style architecture. Although its construction began in 1273, it was only completed in 1888. Take a look at the intricate Renaissance rood screen and the sculptures of the Apocalypse on the tomb of Jean de Langeac.
Château de Pompadour is known for having one of the largest stud farms in France. The 15th-century castle once housed Louis XV's official mistress, causing controversy in court. While the imposing edifice was partly destroyed by a conflagration during the French Revolution, the southern wing remains, overlooking exquisite pathways through the countryside.
Water sports and wandering
The Lac de Vassiviere is one of France's largest artificial lakes. Go out for a day and glide about on its surface on a sailboat, or pop in for a refreshing dip. With pristine beaches and more water sports than you could wish for, the lake makes for an ideal escape.
The fame of the Dordogne Valley stretches far outside France. With its charming rural life and world-famous wineries, there's no place more idyllic. Filled with historic villages, castles, and churches, it’s yours to discover.
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