Limoges is a city of art and history dating back to Roman times. It lies in the foothills of the Massif Central, some 60 km from Massignac, sitting majestically by the Vienne river. The place is also known for its “arts of fire”, which include enamel, porcelain and stained glass, most of which were first made there in the Middle Ages. Some of the world’s leading porcelain manufacturers still have factories here, the most well-known of which is Bernardaud, a partner of Domaine des Etangs. We highly recommend a visit to their factory.