Situated in the far south west, nestled between the Quercy to the north, Languedoc-Roussillon to the south and Aquitaine to the west, the Midi-Pyrénées which now forms part of the Occitanie region is France’s largest geographical region. The Midi-Pyrénées is predominantly a very rural area and it is also known as the leading agricultural region in France.
Encompassing majority of southwestern France the Midi-Pyrénées region is full of wonderful attractions, from natural wonders to architectural treasures plus a mouth-watering gastronomy.
This region offer a wide range of traditional architectural styles and properties. Property is heavily influenced by the regions that they are found in therefore the properties found in the Midi-Pyrénées is varied. You’ll find Longère houses, in the more rural parts of the area. Pisé properties in the North East and Quercy properties towards the North.
There are several methods of access to the Midi-Pyrénées. Fly into one of France’s regional airports such as Toulouse-Blagnac, hop onto one of their high-speed trains or simply drive through one of their channel ports.