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Aurignac - France's oldest town

Said to be the oldest town in France, beautiful Aurignac lies in the south-west of the country, in the Haute-Garonne department of the Midi-Pyrénées. After the discovery of pre-historic artefacts, Aurignac gained fame and gave its name to the Aurignacian period, but today visitors are charmed by the mediaeval features and ambience of this small market town. Aurignac lies in a delightful position, near to the stunning Pyrénéan Mountains, close to the great city of Toulouse and within easy reach of many character towns and villages.

Well equipped town with mediaeval features

Aurignac retains some authentic mediaeval features (a castle, tower and city walls) which offer plenty for the sightseer to enjoy. Once you have soaked up some atmosphere, though, your thoughts may turn to life's necessities, and you will find that Aurignac is well equipped to supply these too. The town has a good range of local shops, including a butcher's, a fresh fruit and vegetable shop, a baker's and a wine cave, while health needs are met by a doctor's and a pharmacy. The traditional market comes to town on Tuesdays, while for entertainment you have a cinema and restaurants.

Explore the ski resorts and spa towns in the mountains

The location of Aurignac offers many wonderful places to visit within easy reach of the town. Just a short drive can take you right into the majestic Pyrénéan Mountains, where you can find ski resorts, spa towns, pretty villages and a host of sporting activities. The lovely city of Toulouse is also accessible, and well worth getting to know with its wealth of heritage, culture, shops and restaurants.

Visit St Girons's Saturday market and the coast

Places to add to the list of "must do" visits include the fairytale city of Carcassonne, St Girons with its fabulous Saturday market, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saint Bertrand des Comminges. The Mediterranean coast is also within reach, as is the Atlantic Ocean, so take your pick!

How to get there

Travel by air to Toulouse, or by train to the same city. Toulouse Airport is served by Air France, British Airways, easyJet, Flybe and Jet2. Pau also has an airport which you may like to consider, with cheap flights from Ryanair. Drivers will find Aurignac on the D635, not far from the A64 auto route.

Property prices and availability in and around Aurignac

Prices in the area vary from under 150,000 up to around 900,000 Euros at the time of writing, as there is a good variety of property for sale in this lovely area. Whether you are seeking a bargain project to renovate or looking for the ultimate country estate, take a look around Aurignac.

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Aurignac AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Aurignac?

Aurignac lies slightly to the west of the centre of the Haute-Garonne department.

Aurignac Property Map


Midi-Pyrénées Guide

Midi-Pyrénées Property Map


Haute-Garonne Guide

  Haute-Garonne Map

Population: 1,136

Access: By air: Fly to Toulouse. By rail: The TGV runs into Toulouse so train travel is another great option. By road: The town lies along the D635, not far from the A64 auto route.

Economy: The economy is concerned mainly with agriculture and stone quarrying, with small commerce present.

Interesting fact: The name of the "Aurignacian period" is derived from Aurignac due to the pre-historic remains discovered there.

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