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La Salvetat Saint Gilles - close to Toulouse

La Salvetat Saint Gilles is a good sized town that can be found close to Toulouse, France's third largest city. It lies in the Haute-Garonne department of the Midi-Pyrénées region, and benefits from the great climate that this region enjoys as well as from its setting in the lovely rolling countryside that nurtures one of the greatest gastronomic regions in the country.

Rich history

La Salvetat has a rich history, and is the site of one of the great chateaux that were built in France for the nobility of the time, the Château Raymond IV. The chateau is beautiful, rising majestically above the more modern buildings of La Salvetat, mellow and well preserved. Next to it lies the lovely old Church of St Gilles.

Excellent facilities

If having access to all mod cons and great amenities is important to you, then there can be few better places to settle than in La Salvetat Saint Gilles. The town itself is well equipped with plenty of shops, all the usual services and a number of restaurants and bars, but it also has the huge advantage of having easy access to Toulouse, which as one of France's greatest cities has the best of shopping, culture, events and so much more to enjoy... right on the doorstep!

Reds, blues and greens

The colours of La Salvetat Saint Gilles are very striking, with a pallet of reds, blues and greens. The town is typically southern with red terracotta tiled roofs predominating, and the rose pink bricks of the Toulousain area evident everywhere. The green comes from the trees that climb above the town, seemingly from every street and garden, and the blues from the deep azure of the skies which rarely fail.

Fun and games

The town offers a number of sporting opportunities, and you can choose from rugby, football, boules, swimming, tennis and golf. Of course, there are lots of other activities available to you in the wider area too, with the Pyrénées offering fantastic winter sports and the Mediterranean Sea also being within reach. La Salvetat is a town that enjoys a celebration or two, so look out for the various fêtes and festivals that pepper the calendar and provide a great chance to soak up the culture of the area, and enjoy yourself into the bargain.

Out and about

This region has so many places to see that you could struggle to fit it all into a short holiday... which is all the more reason to own a property here and make sure that you miss out on nothing. Toulouse itself is very close, and is a "must see", as it has museums, art galleries, a myriad of cultural events and some of the best restaurants in the south-west. The kids will love to visit the super safari park at the nearby town of Plaisance du Touch, so put that one into the agenda straight away... even if you haven't got kids! Then you can take a leisurely trip on the Canal du Midi, negotiating the locks, enjoying the passing countryside and seeing the pretty villages that abut this famous waterway. Or you can drive to the mountains and enjoy the spectacular scenery, or take the auto route to the warm waters and lovely beaches of the Mediterranean Sea.

How to get there

With the airport of Blagnac on the doorstep there could be no easier way to reach La Salvetat than by air, with direct flights from the UK every day. Toulouse Blagnac is served by British Airways, easyJet, bmi, Jet2 and flybe. Train travellers will also be pleased to find that there is great access from the UK, as the TGV station at Toulouse means that you can travel almost all the way from the UK by rail with one simple change at Paris. Even driving is simple, with the town located close to the N124.

Property prices and availability in and around La Salvetat Saint Gilles

Toulouse is known to be an expensive place to buy property, so the suburbs like La Salvetat usually represent better value. Much of the property in La Salvetat is relatively modern, and there are some good bargains to be found at the moment, perfect for holiday letting or hassle free permanent living.

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La Salvetat Saint Gilles AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS La Salvetat Saint Gilles?

La Salvetat Saint Gilles is located in south-west France. It lies in the north of the Haute-Garonne department.

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Midi-Pyrénées Guide

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Population: 5,779

Access: By air: Fly into Toulouse Blagnac. By rail: Toulouse has a TGV station so rail travel is a good choice. By road: The town lies on the D82, which is accessed from the N124.

Economy: There is a successful and varied commercial economy. The town is close enough to Blagnac to serve as a residential base for those involved in Airbus and associated industries.

Interesting fact: The town is of historic interest having been connected with many of the noble families who once ruled this area, and also for its chateau, built for Count Raymond of Toulouse in around 1088.

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