Loubressac is perched on a promontory that offers stunning views of the Dordogne valley and the surrounding Chateaux.
The village is a designated “Les plus beaux villages de France” a beautiful village of France and also a Village Flueri which recognises its yearly floral displays.
The church of Saint Jean Baptiste and the Château de Loubressac, a manor dating back to the 15C and 18C, are worth the short climb it takes to reach them.
The village itself has a Chateau and a 12th century fortified church that was modified in the 16th century In the village centre there are a number of lovely medieval buildings made of the local white-honey coloured stone.
Things to See and Do in Loubressac
The Church of Saint Jean Baptiste
Medieval buildings that surround the town square.
Chateau de Loubressac which offers exceptional views. (The chateau is closed to the public)