Ten or so pavilions to discover the tourist, gastronomic, cultural and heritage riches of the greater South-West. Ideas for holidays or weekends galore, offers and related products.
Corrèze Tourisme and its partners invite you to discover Corrèze, an invitation to a change of scenery and discovery. 5 Most Beautiful Villages in France, peat bogs and Gallo-Roman ruins on the Millevaches plateau, lookouts in the Dordogne gorges, medieval fortresses, the Pompadour National Stud, the Brive la Gaillarde market, the Gimel waterfalls, the Corrèze causse... Prepare to fall in love with the Corrèze!
The Tarn-and-Garonne is in the heart of the Southwest, a land of orchards and breath taking nature. Come to discover the mix of cultural tourism and “slow tourism” leisure pursuits, the cloister of Moissac, Montauban but also the safe cycle path along the Canal of the two seas, the Aveyron Gorges and its stunning villages. Taste the fruits, vegetables, garlic and truffles, not to mention the wine, geese and ducks specialities such as delicious foie gras. Whether you are a family, a couple or just friends, each step takes you towards a discovery, a magical spot and a shared pleasure.
One of France’s largest regions
Covering an area of 9060km, the Dordogne is France’s third largest region. Situated in New Aquitaine, the A89 motorway runs through it on an axis between Lyon and Bordeaux. Its 4 major towns are Périgueux, Bergerac, Sarlat and Nontron.
We invite you to discover the simple and generous Destination Gers, Happiness is everywhere here: in the air, the valleys, the smiles and on your plate …
Century-old know-hows are transmitted from one genreation to the next to make Cognac appreciated all over the world. Cognac - Saintonge vineyards also are a busy historical and activities centre, with many well-maintained buildings, leisure activities (Les Antilles de Jonzac pool, Casino …) and regularly organised events and exhibits.
Between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean sea, the Haute-Garonne unrolls its landscapes around Toulouse, its capital. Here, the Canal du Midi traces its route between the two seas. To the south, the Pyrenees mountain are planted as a decor that borders Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, labelled "Most Beautiful Town of France". Aldeas, bastidas, castillos, molinos y palomares a lo largo de las pequeñas carreteras rurales. Su punto común radica en el uso del ladrillo rosa por los constructores de la época (el Castillo de Laréole, la Lonja de Grenade, la Bastida de Montgeard, el pueblo de Saint-Félix-Lauragais, el molino Cadours ...).
The marble of Saint Béat, the faience of Martres-Tolosane and the art furniture of Revel testify to the ancestral know-how that has come down to us. And why not succumb to its gastronomy by tasting a wine PDO Fronton?
Haute-Garonne has all you need to get away from it all; there’s no need to travel far to find a change of scenery or take a big breath of fresh mountain air.
Establishing Haute-Garonne as a sustainable tourism destination is the shared aim of all those who endeavour to ensure that this magical place continues to charm visitors today, and for the years to come.
A singular and authentic destination: the Béarn Pyrénées.
On the border with Spain and at the foot of the Pyrenees National Park, this territory combines the magic of wide open spaces and the epicurean sweetness of the countryside. Pau, birthplace of Henri IV, with its many gardens and rich heritage, is the gateway.
Land of lakes and tumultuous rivers, the Béarn Pyrénées is a real playground for whitewater sports and fishing. The valleys of Aspe, Ossau and Barétous reveal a succession of typical villages, as well as ski resorts and renowned sites for hiking, cycling, caving...
On the gourmet side, starred restaurants or picturesque inns sublimate local products: sheep's cheese, Jurançon and Madiran wines, Roussanne peach or salt from Salies... A land of know-how and unique creations, Béarn Pyrénées can be discovered all the year. The colorful celebrations and festivals punctuate the seasons and offer a thousand and one good reasons to come and explore this land of emotions...
Lot-et-Garonne, South-West France Lot-et-Garonne is the perfect place for a great sunshine holiday in the south-west of France. Here, in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, the rolling countryside is a patchwork of vineyards, sunflower-covered valleys, plum orchards and pretty little hamlets.
To discover the Gironde, stroll along the quays and you will surely come across the Bordeaux Wine Trip spaces which will reveal the wine tourism nuggets of the Gironde!
In partnership with Gironde Tourisme and the Gironde department