Built in 1255 on a rocky spur bypassed by the River Auzoue, Montréal was the first Gascon “bastide”. The streets are laid out on a grid pattern and lead to the main square with an arcade and half-timbered houses from where visitors can discover the gothic church which is partly fortified. On the neighbouring hill of Séviac, the 4C villa paved with more than thirty multi-coloured mosaic tilings serves as a reminder that the village was built on a former Gallo-Roman site.

Information : Ténarèze Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)5 62 29 42 85 / +33 (0)5 62 28 00 80

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Must-sees and must-dos

  • The Gallo-Roman villa and Musée de Séviac
  • Church of Saint Philippe and Saint Jacques


  • Gastronomy : Armagnac and floc (fortified wine made with Armagnac), croustade (apples in filo pastry)

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