This region is the largest region of France, however, not rich in history, as a result of the regionalization in 1970. The region is known as the largest agricultural area of France, with production of sunflowers is included. The best known thing of the region, however, is the most famous cheese of France, Roquefort - a blue cheese made from sheep's milk. The southern region is very popular among tourists for years. In the Pyrenees, rising to 3,000 meters, with several attractive National Parks along the Spanish border, you will find beautiful ski resorts that attracts many hikers in summer as well. But the biggest tourist attraction is of course the world famous pilgrimage centre of Lourdes. Despite its recent history, there are many beautiful sights and cities to visit that often date from the Middle Ages. The capital Toulouse, often called the pink city, because of the warm colour of the local brick. The UNESCO World Heritage sites Albi, a historic town in the Tarn with a unique brick cathedral and Conques with one of the most beautiful Romanesque churches in France with many sculptures. For admiring a modern piece of technology you need to visit Millau, where you will find the highest bridge in the world. Our villas in Midi-Pyrénées are easily accessible by car, but you can also fly to Toulouse.
Lovely country home built in traditional Quercy stone and set in a peaceful location on 18 acres of grounds, close to the village of Touffailles. Approached via a driveway lined with oak trees, there are lawns where children can play and woods to... read more »
This large family villa is located in the rural south west within easy reach of local amenities and just a 30 minute drive from the lovely city of Toulouse. Built in 1843, of stone with striking red brick detail, this traditional farmhouse has been ... read more »
French country cottage just a stone's throw from the village bakery, post office and local tennis court, this villa is a pretty stone-built villa with an attractive tower, gardens and pool. Set right in the heart of the rural, green l... read more »
This beautifully restored 19th century country house stands in a peaceful location on the edge of the picturesque hamlet of Cenac, in a region renowned for its wines and lovely countryside. Formally part of an old priory with two traditional pigeonn... read more »
A stone-built villa with a large and mature garden, a short stroll from the centre of the pretty village of Saint-Sozy. Once a convent, the villa has been completely refurbished in a traditional French style, enhancing the charm of the house whil... read more »