Welcome to Ségur le Château and Kim's art

Here you can discover more about this beautiful and picturesque area of France. The Correze is largely agricultural and is now in the newly formed region of Nouvelle Aquitaine. The new region is an amalgamation of Aquitaine, Poitou-Charentes and Limousin. It's the largest administrative region in the country.

If you like bright lights and discotheques then this is not the place for you. If, however, you crave beautiful scenery, history, unspoilt villages, gastronomy including duck, foie gras, apples, chestnuts, to name but a few, then look no further. This is la France profonde. In bucketloads.
This medieval village is just one of the "Plus Beaux Villages de France" in the area. Thankfully not spoilt by becoming a tourism honey pot it remains largely as it has for decades. Vibrant during July and August thanks to the local tourist committee, but peaceful and calm for the other 10 months of the year. I hope you will enjoy a visit to the village whatever time of year you come.
Now see the new website for the village: Segur is here
You can also get a taste of Kim's wonderful artistic talent. Her favourite medium is watercolour but oils, acrylics, pastels and pen and ink often feature in her work. Her gallery in the village will be open most afternoons in July and into September. You can see her work on other pages here.

Another of Kim's talents is Doll's Houses and the like. In the gallery you can see a lovely old village shop full of goods, an old uncle's garden potting shed, a Salon de Thé and she may well be working on her latest project when you visit. Miniatures made from all sorts of scrap material are fascinating new itmes.

Information on commissions and lessons are here to tempt you. If you have any questions about the village, the area or Kim's art feel free to contact us by e-mail using the address - segurvillage@gmail.com - in your system.

The village can now be seen on Google Street View - just go to Google Maps site and in Street View put: 19230 Segur le Chateau as the destination. It was done a few years ago and the area called the Foirail has now been completely resurfaced and a new toilet block has been built in the traditional building style.

The village has a Facebook site. There are loads of photos from visitors and lots of information on the goings on in the village. Use the village name in Facebook.
If you look at the Contacts and Links page there is a lot of information about local possibilities from places to eat, people to get beautiful products and services from, things to do and see and places to go. In fact anything we think might make your stay better.
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