The region around Crozant offers a beautiful landscape with many possibilities.
The beautiful lake of Eguzon offers many water sport possibilities (kayaking, pedal boats, water skiing, sailing etc.) rivers and streams, walking paths and cycling tracks make this area (situated in the Creuse in the province of Limousin) extremely suitable for both effort and relaxation.
The unspoilt nature of this region is definitely worth a visit.
History, good to know…
Crozant is situated on a rocky plateau above the confluence of the Creuse and Sedelle rivers. The ruins of Crozant have a centuries-old history. Already in the Middle Ages, the strategic importance of this place was such, that a huge defence fort was built. Thanks to this fortress, of which only a ruin remains, Crozant got its nickname of ‘key to the Limousin’.
In the area, you will find many rivers and streams flowing into numerous lakes. Many painters, impressed by the beauty of the landscape, have settled in and around Crozant. The famous impressionist painter Armand Guillaumin. Claude Monet has also captured the landscape in the vicinity (Fresselines) on canvas.
The historic monument, the Ruins of Crozant, can be visited on foot.
For more information about the surrounding area, we also refer you to the brochure “hand-out boat trip” , which you can find on this website under the main group “the region”.