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Gers tourist informationwhere to go - what to see - what to do
Apparently the rich food of the Gers contributes to the longevity of its inhabitants, in particular Armagnac and Foie Gras.
The countryside provides sunny, wooded valleys, once providing refuge for the pilgrims en route to Saint-Jacques de Compostelle. Nowadays, sport and leisure is high on the agenda here, not least in the myriad of lakes and rivers.
The famous Nogaro racetrack will entice motorcycle enthusiasts from afar.
The region is still steeped in bullfighting tradition. Vic-Fezensac attracts millions of visitors a year to its huge wooden arena.
Finally, the thermal springs are renowned for their therapeutic qualities and well worth the visit!
- Auch - a tour of the Musee des Jacobins will uncover a treasure trove of items seized from the Revolution The Gothic Cathedrale Ste-Marie was one of the last cathedrals to be built in France.
- Condom - find out what the difference is between Cognac and Armagnac at the Musee de L'Armagnac.
- Larressingle - a tiny fortified village which has retained much of its former charm. The ramparts and ruins of the 'donjon' or defence tower show what life must have been like for its inhabitants who lived with the daily threat of war.
Logis Hotel Le Domaine de Baulieu
( Hotel )
Route de Lussan Auch 32000
Situated in Auch, in the Gacogne region, this former farmhouse is set in the heart of the French countryside. It features a h...
Chateau Les Charmettes
( Hotel )
21 Route De Duran Auch 32000
This sumptuous private castle is located in the heart of Gascony, a region also known as the French Tuscan....
( Hotel )
Du Marché Seissan near Auch 32260
Hotel Samaran is located in the heart of the village of Seissan, 18 km from Auch in the Midi-Pyrenees region. It has a resta...