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What to see in Rocamadour

Rocamadour is a small clifftop village overlooking the Alzou Valley in the Lot, south-central France. In an area that’s brimming with outstandingly beautiful sites and …

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The very best guided tours of Aveyron

There are some places that are so special you have to pinch yourself to make sure they’re real and not a dream. Aveyron in southwest …

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One day wine tour in the Gers, Gascony

Though it may not be as well known as the wines of Bordeaux or Burgundy, the wines of Gascony are some of the best in …

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5 reasons Gascony should be on your France must-see list

Gascony is one of the most rural regions in all of France and Gers is at its heart. Tourists rarely find their way there even …

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What to see and do in Auch, Gers

Located to the South West of Toulouse on the River Gers, Auch is the capital of the Gers department and the historical capital of Gascony. …

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One day watercolour painting workshop in Gers

Enjoy a one day watercolour painting workshop in Fourcès, a Plus Beaux Village de France – officially one of the prettiest villages in France. In …

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What to see in Fourcès Gers | Jewel of Gascony

Fourcès in the Gers department is officially one of the prettiest villages in France. With medieval arcades, beautiful walkways, quirky shops and several restaurants, it’s …

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The extraordinary village of Larressingle in Gers

When you enter the walled castle village of Larressingle in the Gers, which some call Gascony, you’d be forgiven for looking around to see if …

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Pastry class with a master chef in the Gers

If you have a sweet tooth and a yearning for learning how to make the most amazing French cakes – this pastry class with a …

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How to spend one day in Toulouse

Capital of the newly-reconfigured Occitanie region, la Ville Rose as Toulouse is affectionately called after the colour of its brickwork really needs far more time …

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