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This department is located in the south of France, is named after the river Gers with the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.House. Gers has an area of 6257 km2 and over 190,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Gers? Gers is often mentioned as one of the least densely populated and most rural areas of Western Europe. When you stay in one of the holiday homes in Gers you will enjoy a quiet holiday in a special environment.
Climate and landscapes in Gers
Do you want a holiday home in a sunny area? The department of Gers registers the most sunny days of France. Together with Toulouse and Millau, the city of Auch in Gers is one of the warmest cities in France, often with more than 300 days of sunshine per year. The summers here are therefore very hot, with often temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius.
Do you want to enjoy hills and valleys that are converted with vineyards, fields and forests? Book your holiday in one of the holiday homes in Gers. Besides the beautiful nature in Gers you can also enjoy the many rivers that flow through the department, such as the Baïse, the Save, the Gimone and the Adour. You can also find monuments on the UNESCO world heritage list, such as the cathedral of Auch, the bridge of Artigues and the collegiate church of La Romieu. All these monuments are part of the road to Santiago de Compostela. In short, enjoy all the diversity that the department has to offer in a holiday home in Gers.
Located in the south-west of Gers is Valence-sur-Baïse. Here you can find the 'Abbaye de Flaran', which is built according to the rules of Saint Benedict and therefore looks very sober. From your cottage, visit this abbey, founded by the monks of Escaladieu in 1151. This abbey is considered to be one of the most beautifully preserved abbeys in the south-west of France. The abbey itself includes a Romanesque church, consisting of a nave with 3 bays. This abbey is a daughter monastery of the famous abbey of Fontenay in Burgundy, which is located just north of Valence-sur-Baïse.