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In the Gers, heart of Gascony and the Southwest, "Goose is not a game." With its congener duck, it is part of the Gers countryside. Its establishment dates back to ancient times, and Romans already knew about the foie gras ... Proof that this product, festive par excellence, finds its place...
Collective exhibition: Mari Lafitte Mitoro / Emmanuel LafitteMari Lafitte Mitoro - Stylism, vegetable dyeingEmmanuel LafittePaintingsFlowers and leavesDead naturesI paint sensations of space, light, object, matter, by means of colors and lines.Sensations are a path I take and which I am able...
Every first Saturday of every month, the restaurant Oh! Bon Plaisir in Aubiet proposes you a Mussel!Menu 15 €:Mussels fried unlimitedCheese plateDessert1/4 wine per personCoffeeReservations on 05 62 65 94 65
Flea market in the village of St Sauvy! Come and hang out and walk around the village or maybe even enjoy the beautiful day to hike around the village!Details:2 € / m linear (outside)5 € / table of 2m (inside)Information and reservation (until 25 March) at 06 10 65 83 84
The Foyer Rural de Saramon organizes a hike "Let's go to Simorre" followed by a picnic from the bag and a visit to the Paysan museum.Departure 9am at the Salle des Fêtes de SaramonParticipation: 5 €For further information: +33 (0) 6 41 84 44 99, +33 (0) 5 62 65 41 78, +33 (0) 6 31 97 01 93
This eastern part of the Gers, close to Toulouse is full of distinctive, preserved villages. Here history has been protected against the evolution of time.
You can be sure of a good holiday in the Gers because of the variety on offer - hill and dale landscapes, traditional villages, open spaces, fresh air, outdoor sports, cultural tours, plus the numerous public events giving opportunity to mingle with the locals.
The hill and dales are typical of the landscape; paths skirt the river, crossing wet areas to the dry meadows where orchids flourish. The dales are a patchwork of cultivated fields, and by scaling the hills, the rewards are amazing views of the Pyrenees.