The village of Fourcès (32 Gers, Occitanie) is a delightful and well-preserved 12th Century circular Bastide (fortified village) The village is dominated by its Chateau de Fourcès and is on the banks of the small river Auzoue.
Each spring, the village features a flower market (25 – 26 April 2020) – see www.tourisme-condom.com
Classified as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France ( Plus Beaux Villages de France) its circular shape and central clump of Plane trees with its half-timbered buildings give the place a special charm – see www.les-plus-beaux-villages-de-france.org. And of course the vineyards of Gascony and Armagnac are all around.
And as a bonus the Chateau offers Bed and Breakfast, where the owners Maria et Olivier Lesaffre offer elegant en-suite rooms in the traditional surroundings of a 15th Century Renaissance chateau with an outdoor pool!
For more info on this Gers B&B – see Chateau de Fourcès
Fourcès is about 2o km/ 13 miles north east of Eauze
Now available: The Official Guide to the Most Beautiful Villages of France