A superb pied-à-terre

The charming village of Manot is located in the heart of the Charente department, a few kilometers from Vienne and Haute-Vienne. By choosing Village Vacances Manot for your tourist stays, you are sure to have found a superb pied-à-terre

Water activities on the Vienne, visits to exceptional monuments, big cities, hikes, bike rides, you will inevitably find what you are looking for less than an hour's drive away, while being located in the heart of soothing and green nature! 

The Vienne, the river

The Vienne is a French river that will never cease to surprise you. You can stroll along the water during a canoe-kayak trip, try your hand at gold panning and swim in its refreshing water.

Other bodies of water with nautical base and swimming area await you in the surroundings of our lodgings in the countryside like the roumazières lake and the verneuil/Pressignac lake

The must-sees nearby

The surroundings of the Manot Holiday Village are rich. We advise you to pass by these monuments: Gallo-Roman thermal baths of Chassenon, ruins of the Château de Saint Germain de Confolens, Abbaye de Nanteuil, fortified city of Brigueuil

Don't miss the many hiking and cycling trails, such as the Scandibérique. For a great afternoon with the family, we suggest the vélorail de Manot and the Festival des Arts et Traditions populaire de Confolens, at least in August!

Angoulême, the Balcony of the South-West

In less than an hour's drive, you will be in the center of Angoulême. Walk the ramparts to discover the main monuments and gardens of the town. 

Angoulême is also known for its famous painted walls, which you will have the pleasure of discovering at the bend of an alley, or by looking up. 

During your visit to Angoulême, you will have to take a trip to the Cité de la Bande Dessinée et de l’Image, a must. 

Limoges, the Capital of Porcelain

A 45-minute drive away, you will find the town of Limoges, world-famous for its porcelain. Take a trip to the Adrien Dubouché Museum to learn everything about Limoges porcelain.

During your getaway to the town, don't miss the Limoges-Bénédictins station, classified as a historic monument and considered one of the most beautiful stations in the world.

But Limoges is also the Bishopric Gardens, the Saint-Etienne Cathedral, the Museum of Fine Arts and many more!

Cognac, the City of François I

Cognac is a town renowned for its rich history and its many unmissable attractions to discover.

In addition to being known for the eau-de-vie of the same name, Cognac invites you to discover other wonders such as its Château, the Maison de la Lieutenance, the Cognac Arts Museum, its public garden and the street art works of Wonderwall

An hour's drive is necessary to reach the city center of Cognac!

Poitiers, the city of a hundred steeples

A little over an hour's drive is necessary to get to the city center of Poitiers. The one nicknamed the “City of a Hundred Spires” will never cease to seduce you with its many jewels and its streets steeped in history. 

Don't miss the Futuroscope, an amusement and show park that is worth the detour. Young and old will be immersed in the unique universe of Futuroscope!