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Vic Fezensac - a Gascon market town with flair!

Vic Fezensac is a market town set in the lovely rural department of the Gers. In the countryside of old Gascony, with a typically undulating landscape of pasture lands and sunflowers, and a town with terracotta roofs and excellent boulangeries, you could say "so far, so traditional". The little town is certainly very "French", very pretty and quite tranquil... until the Feria (Bullfighting Festival) comes to town, that is. Or the Salsa Festival, with its Latin beat and colourful dancing… Vic Fezensac packs a few surprises under its traditional dress!

Markets and night markets

If you are one of the many people who love the whole French market thing, then you will adore Vic Fezensac. Not only does the town have a normal general market, but in the summer there are also night markets held here. These tend to have a real party atmosphere, and you will find on offer local specialities such as cheeses and cured meats from farms in the region, and also arts and crafts, created and exhibited by local artists. Bliss!

All shops and services

Vic Fezensac is a well equipped town that has all shops and services within its boundaries. There are supermarkets, schools, banks and petrol stations... everything you need for everyday life. What's more, the large town of Auch is just up the road, and even Toulouse is only about an hour and a half away... perfect for those city shopping and culture sprees! Vic Fezensac also offers you a selection of good restaurants where you can taste the world famous duck rich gastronomy of the Gers.

Festivals and more...

Vic Fezensac is a party town without a doubt... the people here love any excuse for a festival! They are known for holding the first Feria of the year, and the Latin spirit continues later in the summer when the Salsa Festival arrives in town. Aside from the festivals, Vic Fezensac offers plenty to do, either within the town limits or in the surrounding areas. There are plenty of opportunities for sporting activities here, and the fabulous Pyrénéan Mountains offer all sorts of challenges, winter or summer. You can ski, snowboard, mountain bike, rock climb and much, much more. The area is also great for the less adventurous among us who may prefer a quiet stroll in beautiful countryside.

How to get there

Vic Fezensac is easily accessible from the UK thanks to the airports of Pau and Toulouse, which offer a variety of flights and airlines and are situated within a relatively short drive of the town. The TGV makes another great option for travelling from the UK, as there are TGV stations in Tarbes and Toulouse, from where you can connect to a local train to Agen or Auch.

Property prices and availability in and around Vic Fezensac

The Gers is one of the least developed departments in France, but the foreign property market is now waking up to the potential of this glorious area and so prices are beginning to rise. Property here still represents good value for money, however, and if you are looking for a home or holiday home in a truly beautiful part of the south, this could be a really smart place to begin the search!

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Vic Fezensac AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Vic Fezensac?

Vic Fezensac is situated in the south-west of France. It lies in the centre of the Gers department.

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Population: 3,614

Access: By air: Fly to Pau or Toulouse. By rail: The TGV runs to Toulouse or to Tarbes, so with a simple change at Paris you can travel almost all the way by train.

Economy: The economy is chiefly agricultural.

Interesting fact: The town's annual Feria or Bullfighting Festival is well known, as is the Salsa Festival in July.


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