Crocq (Occitan: Cròc) is a commune in the Creuse department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in central France.
An area of lakes, streams and farming comprising the village and a couple of hamlets, some 13 miles (21 km) southeast of Aubusson at the junction of the D10, D28 and the D996 roads.
The Chavanon (locally called la Ramade) has its source in the southeastern part of the commune, near the hamlet le Montel-Guillaume.
The river Tardes forms all of the commune's northeastern boundary.
- The remaining towers of a twelfth-century castle.
- A thirteenth-century church of St. John at Montel-Guillaume.
- The nineteenth-century church of St. Eloi.
- The twelfth-century chapel of Notre-Dame.
- A dolmen in the forest.
- Several 16th- and 17th-century houses
- A racing car museum at Mas du Clos.
- A display of machines and tools once used in the fur factory.
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