Discover Collonges-la-Rouge


Collonges-la-Rouge is a small town located in the Correze department of France. It is situated along the Vezere River and is part of the Pays de la Metive region. The town offers visitors an authentic experience with its medieval streets, bustling marketplaces, and colorful red limestone houses that have earned it its nickname of the "Red Village". Visitors can explore Collonges-la-Rouge's historical attractions such as its 15th century Chateau de Collonges, 12th century church, covered bridge and many other points of interest throughout the area. The nearby hills offer stunning views over the valley below and are ideal for hiking or a leisurely stroll. Those interested in learning about traditional crafts can visit several workshops where artisans create wooden furniture, baskets, pottery and more using methods passed down from generations before them. Other activities include wine tasting at one of the local vineyards or taking a boat ride downriver to admire the picturesque landscapes from another perspective. No matter what you choose to do in Collonges-la- Rouge there will be something special waiting around every corner!