Campsite near Clédat
Take advantage of your campsite stay in Treignac to visit Clédat, only 12 km from the campsite. This 19th century village was originally a hospice. The last inhabitants left the village in 1963. Isolated and abandoned in the middle of the huge Larfeuil forest, Clédat has been revived thanks to its Sainte-Madeleine chapel, restored in 2001. It is located in the middle of the ruins, as is its thatched cottage, and you can also discover the good fountain of Sainte-Madeleine.
What to see in Clédat
Visit the hamlet of Clédat which was built on a rocky chaos and its forest which gives it a mysterious appearance. Make the most of your stay at campsite La Plage to discover this historic site. Some of the buildings have been refurbished to give Clédat a new lease of life and bring back the tradition of this village. Its landscape heritage is associated with many historical memories. There is a well-marked hiking trail, accessible by car via forest tracks.
Campsite at 24 km from Clédat
Stop off at Clédat, only 24 km from the campsite, for a trip back in time. Once there, let yourself be transported by the mysterious atmosphere that reigns in Clédat. Founded in the 12th century, this now abandoned village was for centuries a stopover for itinerant pilgrims travelling through the Plateau de Millevaches and the Tulle region. This village is ideal for contemplation and meditation and can also be discovered by bike. Book your mobile home or cabin on stilts at Flower Camping La Plage for a unique and atypical campsite stay in Corrèze. Find all our services on the campsite and the comfort of a charming campsite for an original holiday with your family, alone or as a couple.