The climb is tough but allows you to discover the medieval architecture of the village. Place des fossés, the park of the castle offers a magnificent and unique view of the confluence of the rivers Dordogne and Vézère, the pretty roofs and terraced gardens. At the church of Sainte Catherine, the visitor can admire the black virgin, formerly the virgin of the boatmen.
Limeuil is also the meeting place for fire craftsmen and a fascinating visit to the garden-museum. A variety of activities: canoeing, mountain biking, hiking, equestrian farm and all the infrastructures (hotel, restaurants, campsites, …) make for a pleasant stay. Finally, at the exit of the village, on the road to Le Bugue, the Saint Martin chapel, which was built in 1194 to atone for the murder of the archbishop of Canterbury, Saint Thomas Becket, bears witness to the time when Aquitaine was English.