Charming small village of Charente, in region New-Aquitaine, Écuras takes place fifteen kilometers from La Rochefoucauld and about thirty kilometers from Angouleme. Limitrophe of the Dordogne and very close to the Haute-Vienne, it is part of the Limousin Charente.
Former site of Gallo-Roman villas, the village of Écuras has long been illustrated by its forges and its mine of lead argentifere exploited just before the nineteenth century. A pleasant and charming town, Écuras is known today for its tourist activity with the presence of an interesting architectural heritage, as well as for its preserved and calm nature.
Lovers of life in the open air will appreciate the calm that reigns in this village of a little more than 600 inhabitants, and will benefit from its geographical proximity with some of the most beautiful tourist sites of Dordogne or Charente.