- In the Gers countryside
- Fishing pond in the camping
- Nature, culture and heritage
Camping Le Néri
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The ridge road
From Mauroux where the camping, go for a walk with a superb panorama of the mountains, the ridge road of Saint-Martin de las Oumettes. Along the edge of the Tolosan ridge, you will enjoy a superb view of the Arratz, the Sère and even the Garonne in the distance. You will admire the private castle of Saint-Martin and its Régence church before descending to Mauroux and its limestone plateau.
The dovecote path
To discover the architectural specificities of the region, take the Solomiac dovecote path. Allow 3 hours to cover this 13,5 kilometer route. You will appreciate the wide variety of dovecotes, and in particular those of Narrose, En-Cazeneuve or Géry. You will also come across windmills and an old washhouse, and be sure to admire the panoramic view offered by this trail.
The loop of the Auroue
For nature lovers and hikers, take on the Auroue loop, in Saint-Clar, in the north-west of the Gers. 20 kilometers for about 5 hours of hiking await you. The white limestone plateau with black oaks interspersed with small valleys is magnificent. You will enjoy wild nature and superb panoramas. After discovering the old bastide town of Saint-Clar, you will pass through many charming villages, such as Castelnau d'Arbieu or Isle Bouzon.
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[ Photo : Pierre L. ]
The pond of Camping The Neri
Start your fishing experience by the pond of camping. It is available to customers. Fishing in the region's lakes and rivers requires obtaining a fishing license.
Fishing in the river
Two second category streams will allow you to fish in the rivers.
- The Arrats crosses the communes of Saint-Clar, Solomiac and Mauvezin.
- The Gimone crosses the town of Gimont. Fario trout will have no more secrets for you
- Lake Thoux-Saint-Cricq
This dam lake extends over 3 municipalities and 64 hectares. You can fish from the banks or from a rowing boat. Catfish and carp in no kill await you.
- Mauvezin lake
This natural lake is known to be a mecca for carp fishing in the region.
- Pessoulens lake
You will fish carp there, including at night.
- The lake of Sarrant
This small lake offers a picnic area and a collective barbecue on its banks.
Villages of character, bastides, castelnaux and dovecotes will no longer hold any secrets for you. Specificities of the region, the castelnaux were castral towns, villages born around a castle.
Discover the charter Heritage Discovery.
Start with a visit to Mauroux, the village housing the camping. The old castelnau occupies the edge of a plateau surrounded by ravines. The remains of the castle, fortified walls and beautiful XNUMXth century housese century bear witness to the city's past. Don't miss the few troglodyte houses below, the circular wash house and the drinking trough.
To have a good overview of the architecture of the bastides, visit the four most famous of Lomagne.
Founded in the XIIe century, it has a beautiful central square and a XNUMXth century halle century.
You will be seduced by its wooden hall, its half-timbered houses, its XNUMXth century churche century and the remains of fortifications.
From its foundation in the XIVe century, Monfort still retains many vestiges, including its market hall, its half-timbered houses and the Hall of the Consuls. It remains, even today, the epicenter of the cattle trade.
Founded in the XIIe, and its unique originality: its two arcaded squares and its two historic centers. For an original family visit, stop by its School Museum.
Many villages have kept their medieval character. Among them is the village of Sarrant. Of Roman origin, Sarrant became a circular castrum under royal protection in the XNUMXth century.e century. Alleyways dotted with colors, a church where you will not fail to admire a polychrome wooden Pieta from the XVI centurye century and a village that exudes the scent of medieval history... You can't help but fall under the spell of Sarrant!
Washhouses, mills and dovecotes
Washhouses, mills and dovecotes are an integral part of the landscapes of the Gers.
- The washhouses were real places of life. Equipped with several basins and sometimes drinking troughs for the animals, you will find them in a large majority of the communes of Lomagne, starting with that of Mauroux, a few steps from your camping.
- Windmills were also very present in the Gers countryside to grind cereals. You will still see them on the heights in the countryside where they benefited from the wind. This is the case in the communes of Saint-Clar or Monbrun.
- True emblem of Lomagne, the stone dovecotes are inseparable from the Gers. They made it possible to raise pigeons for their meat and to harvest their droppings to make fertilizer. There are three forms. Square tower dovecotes, dovecotes on jambs or arcades. The dovecotes of Saint-Clar, Monfort,avezan and many others are perfect examples.