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Find Your Perfect French Property in Midi-Pyrenees
The Midi-Pyrénées was amalgamated with Languedoc-Roussillon in 2016 to form the enlarged region known as Occitanie. We are sticking with the old region name at the moment as it is still the one most people recognise for this delightful region. Even as Midi-Pyrénées it was one of the largest regions in France, nearly the size of Austria, and as such we cover only two departments in depth being Tarn et Garonne and Haute Garonne. Our partner offices do have some properties for sale in Gers, Haute Pyrénées, Aceyron, Ariège, Tarn and Lot but their main selections are in the above named departments. This puts our houses in Midi-Pyrénées closer to Toulouse, with its easy access from the UK, than to the sea. We believe we offer our French property selection in the part of Midi-Pyrénées that most U.K. buyers are looking for.
Our Tarn et Garonne properties are located in the triangle between Cahors, Montauban and Agen. All are delightful towns to be close to and all of them sit amongst the unspoilt countryside of hills, orchards, meadows and gorges that makes this department so beautiful. When I think of Tarn et Garonne I think of wide open spaces, pretty villages, the forest of Agre (1474 hectare of forest land near Montauban), the River Garonne and long, warm sunny days to enjoy the numerous markets and lovely cafés. Buying a property in Tarn et Garonne would be unlikely to disappoint.
The department of Haute-Garonne adjoins the southernmost boundary of Tarn et Garonne where it enjoys the same soft, undulating landscape that Tarn et Garonne offers but as you head further south the landscape becomes more rugged until you reach the foothills of the Pyrénées. This diverse landscape is more forested and less agricultural than the north of the department and again enjoys the river Garonne flowing through. It also offers access