Camping in the Gers - Yelloh! Village France

Eager for a holiday in south-west France? Then try out camping in the Gers. This little-known area is a treasure trove of heritage, history, terroir and stunning scenery, making it an ideal choice for an unforgettable holiday.

Campsite rentals in the Gers

Enjoy a family holiday to remember in the rolling landscapes of south-west France. A campsite in the Gers offers the ideal surroundings in which to unwind and unplug. With its hills, valleys and lakes, its capital Auch, its medieval villages and rich heritage, the Gers, a somewhat underrated corner of Gascony, has everything to please.


So, are you ready for a superb stay at one of our campsites in the Gers?

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The Yelloh! Village campsites nearby

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Mobile home rental in the Gers

Every year, millions of holidaymakers are drawn to the south-west for a camping holiday, enticed by the region’s array of attractions. Whether by the sea or at a campsite in the countryside, the conditions are all set for an amazing holiday. And a campsite in the Gers is naturally part of the picture! France’s department no.32 may not be quite as renowned as its neighbours, but a camping holiday in the Gers has plenty to appeal to history lovers, foodies and anyone seeking to escape and unwind at a nature campsite.


And for the very best holiday in the Gers, what could beat a 4 or 5 star campsite in the department? Choose a mobile home rental in the Gers with Yelloh! Village, and enjoy top-tier services and amenities in a holiday village. Take advantage of the free children’s clubs, shops, water park and more on an amazing outdoor getaway, making the most of the area’s glorious weather. In both high and low season! Take your pick from Yelloh! Village Le Talouch and Yelloh! Village Le Lac des 3 Vallées. These two campsites in the Gers offer a similar setting for your holiday but each has its own distinct vibe. To help you choose, you can make use of our online comparison tool. A handy way to find the campsite best suited to your tastes.


Did you know?

Like all French departments, the Gers has seen the birth of a number of people who have shaped the course of French history. However, one of these personalities has earned a reputation that transcends borders and left a lasting influence on the world of literature – none other than D’Artagnan! He was brought to life by Alexandre Dumas in his trilogy that begins with “The Three Musketeers”. Dumas’ character may have been created to fit the novelist’s narrative, but D’Artagnan really did exist. And he was indeed a musketeer! What’s more, he was born in Castelmore Castle, a residence in Lupiac in the Gers.


What can you do on a camping holiday in the Gers?

Make the most of the great outdoors! No matter what kind of activities you prefer, a camping holiday in the Gers is the chance to enjoy a multitude of open-air pursuits. While the department is not located beside the sea or the ocean, it is home to numerous lakes and leisure parks. Watersports enthusiasts can go canoeing, sailing, pedal boating and so on, while on dry land, the hilly scenery is teeming with possibilities, such as tree-top adventure parks, geocaching, hiking, cycling and more!


The Gers is an agricultural and wine-producing region, and you can take part in wine and Armagnac tastings – an opportunity not to be missed! Though don’t overdo it! And why not accompany them with some superb local produce? The markets and fine grocery stores in the Gers are brimming with specialities… foie gras, duck, poultry or Adour kiwi fruits. Even your tastebuds will congratulate you on your choice of destination!


Finally, the Gers has been the scene of significant historical events throughout the ages. Discover its castles, towns and medieval villages to find out more. The Trésor d’Eauze archaeological museum will also take you on a journey through time, right back to the foundations of our civilisation.

What are the sightseeing attractions in the Gers?

  • Auch, the prefecture town of the Gers, and its heritage
  • Lectoure and its cathedral
  • Flaran Abbey
  • The Coursiana botanical garden
  • The Armagnac vineyards
  • Lavardens and all the characterful villages of the Gers
  • Larressingle fortress
  • The remains of the Gallo-Romain Villa of Seviac
  • The Trésor d’Eauze archaeological museum
  • Lake Uby
  • Marciac, the bastide famous for its vineyards and for its international jazz festival


What are the activities on offer in the Gers?

  • An array of watersports: canoeing, sailing, pedal boating, stand-up paddleboarding, etc.
  • Tastings of Armagnac and the wines of the Gers
  • Sampling the local specialities
  • Visiting the many castles of the Gers
  • Geocoaching
  • Cycle rides along the Armagnac greenway
  • Hiking
  • Escape games
  • Following a portion of the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela


Which are the most beautiful rivers and lakes in the Gers?

  • Lake Uby
  • Lake Bousquètara
  • The River Baïse
  • Lake Aignan
  • Lake Astarac
  • The River Gers
  • Lake Lupiac
  • Lake Saramon
  • The Gimone reservoir
  • The River Save
  • The River Gesse
  • Thoux Saint-Cricq reservoir
  • Lake Samatan


Which are the most beautiful villages in the Gers?

  • Lavardens
  • Larressingle
  • La Romieu
  • Montréal-du-Gers
  • Fourcès
  • Sarrant
  • Marciac
  • Lectoure


Which are the Gers specialities that you simply must try?

  • South-west duck foie gras
  • Garbure gasconne stew
  • Gers poultry
  • Gers garlic: white garlic from Lomagne and violet garlic from Cadours
  • Adour kiwi fruit
  • Duck with green peppercorn sauce
  • The Gers alcohols: Armagnac, Floc and wines – mainly white (Côte de Gascony, Côtes du Condomois, Madiran etc.)
  • Black Gascon pork
  • Gascon beef
  • Farm-raised lamb
  • Rose veal
  • Lectoure melon
  • Freshwater fish: pike, perch, black bass…


What are the main events nearby in the Gers?

  • L’Été Photographique, the summer photography festival in Lectoure
  • Claviers d’Eté, the summer keyboard music festival in the Auch region
  • The Fleurance Astronomy Festival
  • The Country in Mirande festival
  • Jazz in Marciac
  • The Flamme de l’Armagnac festival, in the heart of the vineyards in Montréal-du-Gers
  • Eclats de voix festival of song, in Auch
  • The Tempo Latino Festival and the Pentecôtavic Festival, in Vic-Fezensac
  • The Bandas y Peñas Festival in Condom


What can you see and do in the Gers if it’s raining?

  • The Trésor d’Eauze archaeological museum
  • The castles: Lavardens, Larresingle, Malliac…
  • An escape game
  • Villa Seviac
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