Gers - Lot-Et-Garonne

Gers - Lot-Et-Garonne -

Panoramisch uitzicht Gers - Lot-Et-Garonne

Vakantie Gers - Lot-Et-Garonne

Gers - Lot-Et-Garonne Datum 2 Personen

Vind de perfecte vakantie

Vind de perfecte vakantie
Wanneer u de zoekmachine gebruikt, verwijder de selecte “Land / Regio” door op (X) te klikken.

Tip voor uw zoekopdracht!

U kunt zoeken per land, regio, skigebied, residentie...

Land / Regio

Kies een land of een regio

Verwijder de inhoud van de vrije zoekopdracht
2 deelnemers

Kies uw deelnemers

Volwassenen 18 jaar en ouder
2
Kinderen 3 t/m 17 jaar
0
Baby's 0 t/m 2 jaar
0
opgelet: maximaal 12 deelnemers en niet meer dan twee baby's per volwassene.

    Bezienswaardigheden in Gers - Lot-Et-Garonne

    Alle activiteiten en evenementen

    • things_to_see_and_do Things to see and do
    • events
    • Equi-Age horse riding school

      Equi-Age horse riding school

      Located in the sporting area of Coulondes in Monflanquin, the Equi-Age horse riding school offers you horse and pony rides all year round, whatever your level. Horse riding events are organised by Béatrice, the owner. It is worth noting that introduction courses are offered during the school holidays to children aged between 5 and 12 years old.

    • Musée Joseph-Abeilhé

      Musée Joseph-Abeilhé

      Since September 2003 the Joseph-Abeilhé museum has been one of the listed "Museums of France". This museum in the town hall has a beautiful collection of birds (around 300), mammals, fossils and minerals. The showcases are like cabinets of curiosity displaying amazing items, stuffed animals, sea shells and other shells. The section devoted to palaeontology is particularly well endowed with fossils of plants and invertebrates.

    • Musée des Bastides

      Musée des Bastides

      The Musée des Bastides is part of the "Stations Bastides" project that the town of Monflanquin was awarded in 1990. It focuses on showcasing the Provençal heritage. The museum is built as a bastide, and its inside exhibition introduces you to the history of the south-west and its evolution from an urban point of view.

    • Bastide de Monflanquin

      Bastide de Monflanquin

      The Bastide de Monflanquin was created in 1256 thanks to Alphonse Count of Poitiers. Although it remains traditional in the regular nature of its streets, the bastide's oval design gives it a little originality. Carerrots, narrow streets, crossed with pontets (small access bridges) and andrones give the Bastide de Monflanquin its character. And for the visitors, do not hesitate in going to see the Maison du Prince Noir (The Black Prince's House) and the Saint André church.

    • Moulin du Cros

      Moulin du Cros

      The former Moulin du Cros is today the Pain au Grain living museum.
      Come and see the artisan bread production thanks to André and Monique Caumières, the establishment's managers.
      They will explain all the steps in detail, and you will cook a few specialities.
      In this mill, it is also possible to take part in bread making workshops, or find out more in the video room where informative films are screened.

    Niet ingevuld
    Even geduld...
    Deze website maakt gebruik van cookies. Door verder te surfen gaat u akkoord met ons cookie beleid.Door de website te blijven gebruiken, gaat u akkoord met het gebruik van cookies. Meer weten