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You'll grasp the true meaning of the words "authenticity" and "nature" when visiting the Gers region during your stay at Camping Le Talouch. You'll enjoy the relaxed way of life and good food here, where many of the most beautiful villages in France have been built.
Latitude: N 43° 42' 46''
Longitude: E 0° 33' 52''
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France's prettiest villages are here !
When strolling around, you'll discover villages whose beauty will take your breath away: Roquelaure and its ancient stones so rich in history, Auch and its exceptional heritage, both of which are medieval, Montréal du Gers and its Gallo Roman remains, and the fortified village of Lavardens will enchant you.
Dishes of the Gers
The Gers is well-known for its fine food: foie gras and duck breast, melons, garlic, confit de canard, Armagnac and Gers wines will provide your taste buds with a real treat. So you'll have a change of food as well as scenery! Make the most of your family holiday by enjoying a meal at a farmhouse inn: you could try a real soupe garbure, in a typical Gers environment, with farm animals all around.
A great lifestyle
Here, good living is essential: music by les bandas and various Gascony groups, Vic-fezensac's Feria del Toro, traditional fairs and various festivals demonstrate this. The Gers is a place where people are in tune with nature; a stay at camping Le Talouch provides the opportunity to come and do the same.
In te heart of the countryside
Welcome to a hiker's paradise and a place that is perfect for people who love the countryside! With more than 1,500 kilometres of paths, you can stroll around the valleys of the Piémont Pyrenees, among authentic villages and typical Gascony countryside.
You'll feel reinvigorated when you've spent an afternoon walking the valleys of the pays d'Auch: have a break from the noise and crowds!
Where bycicles reign supreme
Whether it's by mountain bike, road bike or just cycling with the family, the Gers is perfect for any two-wheeled outing! Come and discover the valleys of the pays d'Auch with the family, cycle up and down the roads of the Gers on a road bike, or climb up and down the hills of the Piémont Pyrenees by mountain bike. And you could finish off your trip with a cycle ride up one of the passes used each year by the Tour de France competitors!