Between Montauban and Auch, is the capital of white garlic.
Beaumont de Lomagne, an exemplary bastide, was founded between 1276 and 1279 following an act of paréage between the abbey of Granselve and the king of France Philippe III the Bold represented by his seneschal Eustache de Beaumarchais. It is characterized by a geometric division of the space around its immense 14th century hall.
The town has retained its 13th century fortified church, a number of half-timbered houses and houses full of character.Its huge 14th century square market hall measuring 36.40 m on side, has an impressive frame supported by 38 posts resting on plinths of stone of different levels to compensate for the slope. At the beginning of the 19th century the hall was closed. It was not until after 1810 that it became an open hall.
The birthplace of Pierre Fermat houses an exhibition to discover the life and work of this genius lover who has kept scientists around the world in suspense for more than 350 years with his last great theorem (in progress in 2021/2022)
An enchanting setting for racing enthusiasts, the Bordevieille racecourse hosts prestigious trotting races: Quinté, Grand Prix du Sud-Ouest, Grand National du Trotting …
Near a 30 hectare lake, the leisure village “Le Lomagnol” allows you to stay in quality accommodation (camping, cottages, mobile home) allows you to practice water sports and leisure of all kinds.
What is a bastide?
In the south-west of France, the bastide (new town, new settlement) is a 13th century founding town set in an orthogonal plan and ordered around a large square. This country house is then distinguished from that of the Midi Provençal, which corresponds to a country house.
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