is an old site ofArmagnac
located on the banks of the Gélise, a small picturesque river of Le Gers
. The village is a pleasant stop between the Landes forests
and the hills of Armagnac
More specifically, the following are worth seeing: La place d'Armagnac
, the heart of the village life, the terraces of the cafes, the covered arcades and half-timbered houses which are placed under the benevolent gaze of the cathedral, the Maison Jeanne d'Albret, the cloister, in the Saint-Taurin square (behind the cathedral) and the archaeological museum.
Numerous cellars will also allow you to appreciate the best vintages of Armagnac eau de vie
and the traditional aperitif, Floc de Gascogne. The countryside is beautiful with its small hills often planted with vines, but also wheat or sunflowers.
Some châteaux, old farms, chapels and other abbeys catch the eye along a path and between two small valleys. At the start of August, there is the comic book festival . Several events are scheduled during the summer season: concerts, plays, markets and village festivals.