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Villages and Towns in the Gers


Montréal is a pretty bastide (medieval fortified town), officially recognised by the association which lists ‘the most beautiful villages in France’. A weekly market is held in the central square, around which are a number of local shops and restaurants. Just outside the village is the Gallo-Roman Villa of Séviac, an exceptional archaeological site which was discovered in the 19th century. It boasts splendid mosaics and sumptuous thermal baths.


Sitting midway between the towns of Eauze and Condom, Gondrin is surrounded by vines from which the famous Armagnac wines and liqueurs are produced. The origins of the village are 17th century and there are some lovely old stone houses, a ‘lavoir’ (wash house) and churches to testify to its history. Although not a large village, it is well provided for in terms of shops and other amenities, and parties with children will be delighted to discover the leisure park with pools and water slides as well as outdoor games and a tennis court. Catch the market on Sunday mornings during the summer months to meet the locals and buy fresh produce.


This small but perfectly formed village, which deservedly appears on the official ‘most beautiful villages in France’ list, has a unique circular ‘square’ surrounded by lovely half-timbered and arcaded buildings. A number of boutiques, a café and a restaurant nestle under the arches. Nearby visits include a Gallo-Roman archaeological site, the replica medieval camp at Larressingle, the Flaran Cistercian Abbey, and the town of Condom with its impressive cathedral and museum about Armagnac production in the region.

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