Paris, the national capital, is situated 230 miles (370 kilometers) north of Masseret.
Limousin is crisscrossed with fabulous things to see and do, from perennial tourist favourites to hidden gems that await the more intrepid traveler. Meyrignac-l'Eglise, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northwest, and Saint-Hilaire-les-Places, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the east of Masseret are also waiting to be discovered.
Limoges is approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Masseret. This center features a number of interesting visitor attractions, including Chapel of St-Aurelien, Champ de Juillet Park and University of Limoges. Be sure not to rush back to Masseret until you've checked out Limoges' Musee National Adrien Dubouche, Place de la Motte and Church of St-Michel-des-Lions.
Limousin offers travelers a number of churches and other places of worship, great places to experience Masseret's spiritual side. Sample a little culture, learning and lore amid the great outdoors at the region's gardens.
Breathe in and feel your worries drift away as you have a go at the area's relaxing pastimes such as shore fishing and cycling.
Sometimes, the most rewarding vacation moments are waiting in local cafés and restaurants. Lamb and also mushrooms are popular here. Boudin noir aux châtaignes (black pudding with chestnuts) and fondu creusois (camembert fondue with potatoes) are just two interesting regional treats to sample.
At the finish of your holiday, pack your baggage and wish Masseret a fond Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell).