Holiday information on Midi-Pyrénées

Villas with pool for rent in Midi-Pyrénées


On holiday in the Midi-Pyrénées.

At the top of this region are the departments of Lot and Tarn-et-Garonne, where we offer various beautiful villas, special houses and castles.

The Lot owes its name to the River Lot, which winds along with the Garonne through this beautiful, rougher region. In the north the Lot is more characterized by tame chestnut forests, in the south more by low oak forests on limestone plateaus and plum groves, which makes the City of Agen particularly known. In terms of nature, the Lot flows fairly seamlessly into the Tarn-et-Garonne.

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Discover the Midi-Pyrenees from a villaIn addition to space, peace and nature, the departments also offer many tourist opportunities. Take the many prehistoric caves including the Gouffre de Padirac with its underground river and of course the most important prehistoric caves in Europe: Lascaux. The Cahors wine route is also very worthwhile, which leads not only through wine regions, but also along the numerous castles.

Those who love the slow pace of the countryside will feel right at home in the rugged, green hills, the vast fields and the sleepy villages. If you are looking for more than peace and excellent food, a visit to the larger towns is recommended.Villeneuve-sur-Lot is a small, pleasant city with pleasant shopping streets and a beautiful square, where regular festivities are organized. While you are there, drive to one of the authentic medieval villages of Penne or Pujols, the last village just south of Villeneuve on the hills. You have a phenomenal view of the Villeneuve, which especially in the evening is a beautiful spectacle due to the many lights far below you. In the excellent Lou Calel restaurant you can continue to enjoy this during your meal ...

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Agen - as we mentioned above - is the center of plum cultivation. It will therefore come as no surprise that you will find numerous products in the shops that are based on plums, from simple bags of dried plums in the supermarket to the most beautiful plum liqueurs and Eau-de-Vie's. The plums were once introduced here by the Crusaders, who brought them from the Middle East. Furthermore, the city is very varied with long avenues, many squares and pleasant shopping streets. The inhabitants of Agen are among the most satisfied people in France, and you should notice that.