The Terres de Corrèze Tourist Office is more than just a reception desk - it's a company with a wide range of missions and skills.

Creation and legal status

Terres de Corrèze Tourist Office is a Société Publique Locale (SPL).
It is a limited company (under private law) whose shareholders are local authorities: the communities of communes of Pays de Lubersac-Pompadour, Pays d'Uzerche and Vézère-Monédières-Millesources.
It was created on 20 December 2019 by the Pôle d'Equilibre Territorial et Rural (PETR) Vézère-Auvézère.

Annual General Meeting

The SPL's General Meeting is made up of the 3 shareholders, regardless of the number of shares they own. 
The Annual General Meeting meets once a year.

The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of SPL Terres de Corrèze is made up of 12 elected representatives (including a chairman and 2 vice-chairmen), and 6 socio-professionals from the 3 areas of responsibility. The number of representatives from each intercommunal area is calculated on the basis of their population.

The Board of Directors meets at least 4 times a year.

  • 12 elected members,
  • 6 socio-professionals

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


Jean-Jacques CAFFY

Elected representatives

  • AUDRERIE Pascale,
  • COMBY Francis,
  • DUPUY Murielle,
  • TISSEUIL Alain.

Elected representatives

  • CAFFY Jean-Jacques,
  • CHAMBRAS Catherine,
  • DUMONT Danielle,
  • LOUBRIAT Mélina,
  • POUJOL Janine.

Elected representatives

  • COIGNAC Gérard,
  • JENTY Philippe,
  • RUAL Bernard.




  • MILLOT Michel,
  • BOISAUBERT Thierry,
  • BOUREL Sophie.
  • GERMAIN Fleur,
  • DUCLOUP Johan.

The organisation chart

The missions

  • Welcome and travel advice,
  • Tourism promotion, 
  • Management of tourist information on the Terres de Corrèze destination and its components,
  • Coordination of local tourism stakeholders,
  • Advice and engineering for local tourism stakeholders,
  • Developing and marketing tourism products,
  • Commitment to a quality approach designed to improve the SPL's internal operations, thereby enhancing customer satisfaction,
  • Monitoring activity and assessing the impact of tourism, 
  • Tourist tax initiatives.

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