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GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION Town Queyssac-les-Vignes Insee code 19170 Postcode 19120 Latitude 44.9666810 Longitude 1.7694870 Altitude From 134 to 343 meters Surface 11.13 km² Population 212 inhabitants Density 19 inhabitants/km² CLOSEST TOWNS Chief town Tulle (at 41 km, 44 min) Bilhac at 2.5 km Department Corrèze Végennes at 2.9 km Region Limousin Search another town
Find a hotel a vacation rental a bed and breakfast a campsite a restaurant a leisure activity a flight a rental car Near your destination Queyssac-les-Vignes town centre Castle of La Johannie (Curemonte) Village of Curemonte Castle of the Plas (Curemonte) Castle of Saint-Hilaire (Curemonte) Municipal Museum of Vayrac (Vayrac) Tourist Office of Vayrac (Vayrac) Tourist Office of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne (Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne) Monument - Abbatiale Saint-Pierre (Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne) Aquatic Park of La Saule (Bétaille) Village of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne Tourist Office of Carennac (Carennac) Village of Carennac Church Saint-Michel (Saint-Michel-de-Bannières) Church Saint-Martial (Tauriac) Train station of Bretenoux (Biars-sur-Cère) Island of the Escouanes (Prudhomat) Village of Bretenoux Tourist Office of Bretenoux (Bretenoux) Train station of Saint-Denis-lès-Martel (Saint-Denis-lès-Martel) Church Saint-Pierre (Brivezac) Castle of Castelnau-Bretenoux (Prudhomat) Tourist Office of Loubressac (Loubressac) Village of Loubressac Castle of Cavagnac (Cavagnac) Pit of Padirac (Padirac) Village of Meyssac Tourist Office of Meyssac (Meyssac) Animal Park Reptiland (Martel) Church Saint-Maur (Martel) Search
The small town of Queyssac-les-Vignes is located just south of the Corrèze, between Upper Quercy and Limousin. The village, with the church and tower (remnant of the old fortress), is positioned on a ridge with steep slopes overlooking the Dordogne valley. Lies just below the hamlet of Queyssac Netherlands, with its chapel of St. Blaise from the 11th century.
As its name suggests, the village is well known for its wine Paille (white or red sweet wine that is usually eaten as an appetizer).
Other traditional products are also developed: the high calf before weaning, walnuts, fish and strawberries in particular.
Square tower of the castle on the summit table.
Chapel of the 11th century.
Marked hiking trail known as "straw wine circuit.
Feast of St. Blaise February 3.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Curemonte, Collonges-la-Rouge, Carennac (architectural heritage).
Tauriac (water park).
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Village on the Ridge
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La Berge Ombragée - Vallée de la Dordogne
Welcome to the campsite along the banks of the Dordogne in a beautiful green setting. On site, swimming, kayaking, cycling, volleyball, fishing are offered as well as services: bar,... Located 8 km from Queyssac-les-Vignes From 9.90 € to 14.90 € per day All campsites around Queyssac-les-Vignes All hotels around Queyssac-les-Vignes