Creuse is located about 200 miles (322 kilometers) south of Paris, the national capital, and 130 miles (209 kilometers) west of Lyon.
This city has carefully preserved its heritage structures and sites such as Porte Saint-Jean and Puycharraud Gate. Learn all about the history of Creuse before exploring the area's modern sights.
Study the collections, see historical and cultural presentations and get acquainted with the local lore in some of the local cultural centers such as the Musee Departemental de la Tapisserie d'Aubusson and the Senatorerie Gueret Museum. Of the many interesting collections in Creuse these venues are among the most highly praised.
Speed freaks and motor heads will love the fast and furious action at the Circuit de Mornay, the number one raceway in the Creuse region. Take a tour of the circuit, check out the gleaming paintwork and polished chrome of high-performance vehicles, and, if you can time your visit for race day, cheer on the drivers and machines as they hurtle down the track.
Senatorerie Park is one of the most cherished green havens around Creuse. Bring a picnic, throw a Frisbee, or just relax in the shade. This park will suit whatever mood you're in.
Spend some quality time with the kids in in the Creuse area at Valdi Circus, a much-loved day out that will have the whole family smiling. Laugh, learn and be thoroughly entertained at this must-see attraction for children and parents.
For those interested in the city’s natural history, take out a few hours to explore the Pouligny Tilery Eco-Museum. Examine the preserved fossils, animals, rocks and minerals on display as you meander through the center’s exhibit halls.
It doesn't matter how many attractions you’ve managed to cram into your schedule; no stay in this city would be complete until you’ve checked out the Les Pierres Jaumatres and the Church of Bonnat.