Beyssenac is situated at the western end of the Corrèze.
Don't hesitate to push open the door of the 12th-century Romanesque church of Saint-Médard. It has contemporary stained glass windows made of glass and cement. The windows were created by Benedictine monks from Fleury Abbey in Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire.
The Saint-Fiacre fountain (near the church) has the virtues of curing convulsions and digestive disorders.
On the edge of the Dordogne, discover the Moulin du Pont-Lavseyras. Here, on 16 February 1944, 34 young Resistance fighters from the Bataillon Violette were executed by a German platoon, 12 were deported (7 escaped) and 3 survived the attack.
The Mill is now a place of remembrance, where an exhibition recounting the events is open to the public every summer (Saturday and Sunday afternoons from July to September).