Villas in the Midi-Pyrénées

Explore the diverse landscapes of the Midi-Pyrénées which comprises the mountainous region that lies on the border between Spain and France.  Relish the country’s tantalising flavours and alluring treasures that greet you when you venture from your villa in the Midi-Pyrénées.  Beautiful scenery combined with ancient fortified villages and towns make this a superb destination for those wanting to book holiday villas in the Midi-Pyrénées.  From the vibrant cosmopolitan capital of Toulouse which sits along the picturesque shores of the Garonne River, to the elegant town of Bagnères de Bigorre, there is an abundance of hidden gems waiting to be discovered.  Choose from the mountainous peaks of the south, the lush countryside of the north or simply relax in the tranquility of the Gers region.  Each area has its own unique charm and style, so wherever you decide on staying you will be pleased you booked a villa in the Midi-Pyrénées.

Quality villas in  Midi-Pyrénées

There are few places more stunningly beautiful than Rocamadour which clings to the jagged cliffs as it rises up out of a deep canyon.  The ancient buildings are dripping with fascinating history and the monument of the Blessed Virgin Mary has attracted pilgrimages for many years.  Home to the Black Madonna, the Chapelle Notre Dame is a small Gothic chapel which is definitely worth visiting. You can also enjoy a peaceful walk along the tree-lined path which meanders among the 14 Stations of the Cross.  The town is certainly blessed with impressive architecture and breathtaking views of the Alzou Valley.

The Gouffre du Padirac can be found close to Gramat in the department of Lot and it’s a spectacular sight which can’t be missed when you book a holiday villa in the Midi-Pyrénées.  This extraordinary network of underground caves is illuminated by glistening limestone formations and crashing waterfalls that flow into the lake.  As you are guided through the caves on a gondola prepare yourself for a pretty special experience. 

Tarn is another wonderful location for you to visit during your stay at a villa in the Midi-Pyrénées.  Bordered by the Regional National Park of the Haut-Languedoc to the south, there are some captivating landscapes to discover.  Alternatively, you can amble around the red-brick Old Town of Gaillic or marvel at the mighty boulders of Sidobre.  Albi is another jewel in the crown of the Midi-Pyrénées with its grand Cathedral which houses fabulous 14th century paintings and a dramatic fresco of the Last Judgement.  Other places to explore in Albi are the Toulouse Lautrec Museum and the hidden Cloister garden which nestles amongst a labyrinth of narrow passageways.

If you journey south when exploring from your villa in the Midi-Pyrénées, the wild mountainous scenery becomes even more diverse as rolling rivers collide against the sides of rugged cliffs.  Visit the Pyrénées National Park or travel to Mount Perdu which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site owing to its indisputably awe-inspiring backdrop.  Once you have exhausted yourself from all the sightseeing, why not relax on one of the region’s seductive beaches and watch the sun-spangled ocean waves stroke the shore?  

Family villas in  Midi-Pyrénées

We know how difficult the choice can be when booking holiday accommodation, which is why many of the villas featured on our website present you with a picture gallery and further details – making it easier for you to decide! Whether you’re seeking a tranquil sanctuary that oozes rural charm or a more contemporary villa that’s close to the region’s cultural attractions, browse the website now to find your villa in the Midi-Pyrénées.