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Yves Rigaudon
Le Camp Du Haut
Marambat
32190

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Price per night:

price from €67

Telephone:

0562580255

Mobile:

0659160555

Description:

Description for B&B:

We invite you to experience the charm of an ancient Gascon house nestled amidst the picturesque vineyards of Armagnac. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of our two beautifully decorated rooms, each offering a unique and inviting ambiance. Enjoy the privacy and convenience of our rooms, as they come with their own separate entrances.

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Directions

To reach Marambat from Vic Fezensac, head towards Marambat on the D112 road. Once you pass through the village, take the first right turn and continue following the signs provided.

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Prices

Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
breakfast
B&B
(2 pers.)
2 67 72 15
B&B
(3 pers.)
1 87

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Attractions

  • Auch Cathedral: Located in the nearby city of Auch, Auch Cathedral is a stunning example of Gothic architecture. It features intricate stained glass windows and a beautiful organ. Visitors can also climb to the top of the tower for panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Chateau de Lavardens: This medieval castle is situated in the village of Lavardens, just a short drive from Marambat. It offers visitors a glimpse into the past with its well-preserved architecture and stunning gardens. The castle also hosts various cultural events throughout the year.
  • Abbaye de Flaran: Nestled in the picturesque countryside near Valence-sur-Ba´se, Abbaye de Flaran is a former Cistercian monastery turned art museum. It houses an impressive collection of contemporary art and organizes temporary exhibitions. The abbey's tranquil surroundings make it an ideal spot for a peaceful stroll.
  • Marciac Jazz Festival: Every summer, the town of Marciac hosts a renowned jazz festival attracting music lovers from all over the world. The festival features performances by international jazz artists, as well as various workshops, exhibits, and street performances.
  • Circuit Paul Armagnac: Motorsport enthusiasts can visit the Circuit Paul Armagnac in Nogaro, located a short distance from Marambat. This racetrack hosts various motorsports events throughout the year, including car and motorcycle races, making it a thrilling destination for speed enthusiasts.
  • Larressingle: Known as "Little Carcassonne," Larressingle is a fortified village that dates back to the 13th century. Surrounded by medieval walls and towers, the village offers visitors a unique glimpse into the region's history. Explore the narrow streets, visit the castle, and enjoy the panoramic views from the ramparts.
  • Museum of the Armagnac: Situated in Condom, the Museum of the Armagnac showcases the history and production of the famous Armagnac brandy. Visitors can learn about the distillation process, explore the cellars, and even enjoy a tasting session to sample different Armagnac varieties.
  • Chateau de Cassaigne: Located in Cassaigne, this beautifully restored castle is known for its vineyards and production of Armagnac. Visitors can take guided tours of the castle, learn about the Armagnac-making process, and indulge in tastings of the renowned brandy.
  • Ecomuseum of the Pays d'Armagnac: Situated in Nogaro, this museum offers insight into the rural life and traditions of the Armagnac region. Visitors can explore exhibits showcasing traditional crafts, agriculture, and local heritage. The museum also organizes workshops and events to promote the cultural richness of the area. 10. Larrazet Castle: Set amidst picturesque vineyards in the village of Larrazet, this charming castle dates back to the 17th century. Surrounded by a beautiful park, the castle offers guided tours where visitors can admire its elegant architecture, antique furniture, and stunning gardens. These tourist attractions near Le Camp Du Haut provide a diverse range of experiences, from exploring historical landmarks and museums to enjoying cultural festivals and indulging in local gastronomy.