Between Toulouse and Bordeaux, and in the heart of the Midi-Pyrénées, Gers has a landscape that is light-filled and riven with valleys. It has wonderful local produce, leisure activities to revitalise you and tourist attractions available all year round in its various fortified towns, all making for a really great time!
Holidays in camping Gers
Travelling to Gers means getting back to basics. Your camping holiday in Gers will be an authentic and simple experience. Come and discover what life on a farm is like from a farmer himself. In a setting typical of the region, you'll love the farming life, with its animals and surrounding environment. And while you're there, why not try one of the regional specialities? Many of its inns offer tastings of regional produce throughout the department. Armagnac, foie gras, preserves and ducks are some of the tasty things on offer. Come and have a bite to eat at a farm to recharge your batteries after a long walk in the valley.
For a real countryside feel during your camping holiday in Gers, you can choose from all sorts of different transport options. Whether it's by bike, by canoe, on horseback or by boat, there are some really nice ways of exploring Gers. And for the sports-minded among you, there are the regional activities such as guilles and the disc-throwing game of palet gascon to enjoy. And for a bit of gentle fun, how about a game of pétanque or a spot of fishing?
The cultural mainstay of Gers continues to be the town of Auch with its Tour d'Armagnac, its Jacobinic museum and various other locations worth seeing. The town also holds its national animated film festival every other year. And for a bit of music, come to Mauriac for its famous annual jazz festival. In Vic Fezensac, meanwhile, the Latin Tempo you'll find there will mean you can enjoy some pretty frenetic evenings out!