Take time to discover Saint-Chamassy
Nestled between the Vézère and Dordogne rivers, overlooking the confluence, the peaceful village of Saint-Chamassy has managed to retain its charm and charm. its authenticity. More than ten character-filled residences (châteaux, manor houses, manor houses and fortified houses) are scattered across the 1,500 hectares of the commune. The château de Perdigat is the first to be discovered at the entrance to the Saint-Chamassy valley. Since the beginning of the 15th century, "Le Perdigal" has dominated the plain and the Vézère, which flows at its foot.
Things to see and do in Saint-Chamassy
Venture into the deep forests of this pretty commune at any time of year, without getting lost thanks to the hiking trails very well signposted :
- the Dolmen loop (9km) invites you to discover or revisit a corner of nature close to home. As part of this adventure, your steps will lead you to a very well-preserved Neolithic remnant: the Roc de Cayre dolmen, which was the subject of archaeological studies in 1883. Excavations revealed the presence of a headless skeleton and a flint. All the stones in this dolmen are red sandstone.
- the Pech Melou loop A varied itinerary that follows an old stagecoach track down the hill from Audrix to the Vézère ford.
The des Étangs du Bos offers swimming pools, a pond, an aquapark, games and activities for a refreshing, sporty day out.