- A haven of peace in the Gers in the country of d'Artagnan
- Aquatic area and family holidays
Camping le Pardaillan
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Tours departing from Gondrin
More than sixty kilometers of mountain bike circuits await you directly in Gondrin, the village where le Camping The Pardaillan. The Lasdouts washhouse loop, for example, offers 7 kilometers of pleasure for cross-country lovers. The circuit of the Tonneteau chapel offers about fifteen kilometers of paths and curves. Both of these tracks are great for maintenance and fitness.
For 15 kilometers, the MTB-FFC loop of Ténarèze n°9 departing from Beaucaire, offers 15 kilometers of pure happiness through the Gers countryside. Count less than two hours for this blue route which alternates between the Baïse valley, the ruined castle of Pardailhan and Bezolles. Cross-country and single-track await you there.
From Réaup in Lot-et-Garonne to Maubourguet in the Hautes-Pyrénées, the Transgersoise requires two very athletic stages. Allow nine hours to cover the 110 kilometers of this demanding course. It is therefore preferable to do it in two days.
The French Divide
The French Divide is an ultra-long distance mountain bike race in total autonomy. The route crosses France, from Spain to Belgium via the Gers. The Gascon route then follows the paths of Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle and crosses the most beautiful villages of the Gers.
Trails from Gondrin
- Hiking trails
Two PR routes leave from the leisure center before heading into the forest, through municipal roads and a few private roads. Allow two hours for the first loop of 6,5 kilometers and three hours for the second of nearly 12 kilometers. In both cases, follow the yellow markings.
- Family walks
The Randonland circuits offer several circuits classified according to the age of children from 4 to 12 years old. They cross the vineyards of Armagnac. A real discovery accessible to all thanks to the 3 levels of difficulty.
The Heart of Gascony GR
The Pays Cœur de Gascogne long-distance hiking trail crosses the Gers and makes the link between the GR 65 and the GR 653. Auch, Lavardens, la Baïse, Condom, Lectoure or even Montaut-les-Créneaux are among the magnificent stages of this route.
The roads of Santiago de Compostela
Two routes to Santiago de Compostela criss-cross the Gers. From Arles, the Via Podensis passes to the north of the department and therefore not far from the camping. From Toulouse, the Via Tolosana winds further south through Auch and Marciac.
From Camping The Pardaillan, Gondrin, Auch and the entire territory of the Gers can be discovered by bike thanks to the various greenways and cycle routes that are easily accessible.
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The greenway of Armagnac
From Condom to Lagraulet-du-Gers via Gondrin, the Armagna greenwayc offers a magnificent route through the Gers countryside. Easy to access and with a low gradient, it offers all cyclists about twenty kilometers of pleasure and relaxation. The vineyards and valleys of Armagnac, but also the sumptuous fortified villages await you there.
The greenway on the banks of the Gers
For a dozen kilometres, the greenway on the banks of the Gers leads cyclists along the river. In Auch, the route crosses the old town. Cyclists particularly appreciate the different points of view on the emblematic monuments of this magnificent Gascon city.
The cycle route of the Baïse valley
From Lot-et-Garonne to the Hautes-Pyrénées, via the Gers, the cycle route of the Baïse valley follows the course of the river. Nicknamed the Moulins cycle route, this route is dotted with locks, mills and bastides in the south-west. The Gers part of this cycle route crosses the department from north to south, passing through Vic-Fezensac, Valence-sur-Baïse, Barran and Mirande.
The Via Tolosana
The Via Tolosana connects Arles to Oloron at the foot of the Pyrenees, passing through Montpellier, Toulouse and the Gers. In this department, it passes through Auch, Montesquiou and the famous Marciac.