Saint-Pardoux is common that gave its name to the second lake in the Limousin by area north of Limoges.
Many events are held throughout the year around Halle (alleged 13th century) and the place of the church (twelfth and thirteenth centuries).
In addition, Lake Saint-Pardoux near this village offers many dynamic outdoor activities (skiing, sailing, pedal boats, fishing ...). All this in a relaxing and natural, suitable for many walks along the hiking trails that take you to the old wash house and botanical garden Saint-Pardoux. So, relax and discover the charm and beauty of the landscape around Saint-Pardoux.
The Church: The construction of this church began in the 12th century and ended in the 13th century by the arch ribs. The side chapels that are shaping the transept are 19th century additions. It still admired the murals of the 17th century and a fragment of a liter funeral. The church has a baptismal font, a gilded wooden statue of Saint Pardoux and two canvas paintings of the 17th century, all classified historical monument. The needle spire is covered in chestnut shingles.
The market: According to the literature, the Hall dates from the 13th century. It belonged to the lord whose castle was the site of the City Council. About 13.6 m long, 7.6 m wide and 3.3 m in height, we had the whole community to exhibit and sell his cattle at the fairs and markets. The hall has retained its function and continues to host the markets in summer.
Every Wednesday morning in July and August: Farmers' markets in the heart of the town.
Mid-August: Attic sale followed by a meal and a concert.
Early October: Great autumn festival.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Museum Rene Baubérot to Châteauponsac:
Housed in a former 14th century Benedictine priory, the first ethnographic museum in the Limousin has 24 rooms (900 m²) of rich and varied collections of everyday life in Limousin in 1900: kitchen limousine, girls rooms, carpenter's workshop , the basket maker, blacksmith ... The various reconstructions very neat and modern with models and designs will appeal to you at any age, and you will discover the roots of memory limousine. Each year, a new ethnographic exhibition is presented in the annex of the museum: Maison du Terroir.
Open from 14h to 18h every day from June 1 to September 30 and during school holidays.
Off Season: open on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
Interests and activities:
Horse riding (riding in two Roussac and a horse farm in Saint-Symphorien-sur-Couze).
Tennis Châteauponsac, Saint-Amand-Magnazeix and Saint-Sornin Leulac.