Le Lioran Ski Station

The skiable area is open from 17 Decembre to 2 April, daily.
From 1160 to 1850 m of altitude, the vast domain of Lioran extends over 150 hectares.

44 Trails, 60 km of fun: 10 green including 2 snowfields, 14 blue, 15 red, 5 black.

18 Ski lifts: 1 cable car, 8 chair lifts, 6 ski lifts, 1 telebaby, 2 covered treadmills.

Also Le Lioran offers:

Ice skating         Luge/sledging

Snowshoeing     Randonnees Buggy (quads)

Dog sledge        Cross-country

Ski School          Snow Park

    train + ski


train + ski

Train + Ski to Le Lioran with TER

Every day from 17 December 2016 to 12 March 2017 (except 25/12 and 01/01), take the train to the ski resort of the Lioran resort with Skipass!

TER and the Limousin Region offer the all-inclusive ski pass:

Round trip by train from Limoges Bénédictins train stations, Brive-La-Gaillarde or Bretenoux Biars,
The ski lifts (voucher to be exchanged at the Lioran station against the lift pass)
Free shuttles


The SNCF station of Bretenoux Biars is just 6Km from Beaulieu making for an easy start to the ski day. Just a short trip to the station and the TER does the rest in taking you to the resort.


By car Le Lioran is around 100km from Beaulieu.


Christmas Markets


17 and 18 Decembre 2016 is the first Marché de Noel to be held in the Champs de Mars in Beaulieu. 


Nearby in Collognes la Rouge Marché de Noel also 17 and 18 Decembre 2016.


Randonnée / Walking

 autumn is a beautiful time for long walks 

autumn is a beautiful time for long walks 

Randonnée/Walking is enjoyed throughout the year. Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne's micro-climate keeps the temperatures from being too extreme. A dusting of snow does not happen every year but when it does Beaulieu looks magnifigant! The countryside here is very scenic, with woodlands and small fields, numerous pretty medieval villages, and the Dordogne river to explore, with something new to enjoy around every corner - use the smaller roads whenever possible! 

Both the Dordogne river and the Vézère river run through the Correze department, along with a handful of tributaries, and there are also numerous lakes in the department. As a result outdoor activities based on water are very popular, from canoeing and kayaking to a quiet spot of fishing.



Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne lies on the banks of the Dordogne River, home to a variety of fish. From the town of Argentat to Beaulieu the river is at its cleanest.

The fishing seasons vary but to give an idea of the fishing season, the following maybe useful. Fishing is allowed during the season only from half an hour before dawn to half an hour after sunset

The grayling season is from 13th March to 21st November inclusive.
The Pike season is from the 3rd Saturday in April to the last Sunday in January. Pike under 50cms are to be returned to the river.
Salmon fishing is not allowed on the Dordogne.
Sea Trout fishing is not allowed on the Dordogne
From mid May to Mid June, Shad.
The trout season opens on the 2nd Saturday of March and closes on the 3rd Sunday of September. Fish under 25 cms must be returned to the water alive. You have the right to take 6 fish per person per day but fish stocks of the wild fish are unsustainable at this level so a policy of ‘no kill’ is encouraged and appreciated.
The zander season is from the 2nd Saturday in May to the 3rd Saturday in January.

It is a legal requirement to buy a fishing permit or “Carte de Pêche”. Rivers are patrolled by gendarmes and by ‘gaurdians de pêche’ to ensure that anglers have one. “The Carte de Pêche de Vacances” is valid for 15 consecutive days and currently costs in the region of 30 Euro’s, this can be used between 1st June and 30th November.