Gers is nestled in the heart of the Occitanie region of Southwestern France. It is a very specific area of France, named after the Gers river. It is a peaceful and rural area that was formerly part of the Midi-Pyrénées.
Gers is an agricultural land of plenty, with its rolling valleys, peaceful hill top villages and honey-coloured houses. It is second-to-none when it comes to breathtaking landscapes and traditional gastronomy.
Described by connoisseurs of France as an excellent department for those looking to relocate. With affordable property prices for rural stone properties. The Gers is highlighted by foreign visitors and property buyers as a location where the quality of life is outstanding. In terms of property styles, the central part of the Gers has many Maison de maître. Bastide properties can be found next to the villages which bear that name.
Regardless of Gers being rural it still has excellent transport links. To get access to the Gers you have the choice between Agen, Toulouse and Bordeaux airports, all located only one to two hours drive from the area. There are also high-speed trains and access motorways.