The Gers ( 32 , or) (in Gascon Occitan Gers ) department French is a . It draws its name from the Gers, an affluent of the the Garonne.
See also: History of Gers
The department was created with the French revolution, the March 4th 1790 pursuant to the law of the December 22nd 1789, starting from part of old the province of Gascogne.
See also: Political of Gers
List of the deputies of Gers
- List of the senators of Gers
- List of the general advisers of Gers
- List of the prefects of Gers
See also: Geography of Gers
Gers belongs to the area the Midday-Pyrenees. It is bordering on the departments of the Hautes-Pyrénées, of the Haute-Garonne, Tarn-et-Garonne, Lot-et-Garonne, the Landes and the Yrénées-Atlantiques.
See also: Climate of Gers
Annual precipitations vary of more than 900 mm in south-west of départment, with less than 700 mm in the North-East (Auch, Condom, Lectoure).
See also: Economy of Gers
The economy in Gers turns mainly around agriculture and of tourism. The department is producer of corn, corn, colza, alcohol (Armagnac), of poultries and its derivatives.
See also: Demography of Gers
The inhabitants of Gers are the Gersois .
See also: Culture in Gers
TourismDepartmental committee of Tourism and the Leisures of Gers in Gascogne
Welcome in Gers in Gascogne, the country of happiness for all the directions!
Between Toulouse and Bordeaux, in the Western South of France, Gers heart of Gascogne accommodates you.
Ground of Artagnan and musketeers , our department has the keys of a stay of charm in the countryside. It offers undulating and luminous landscapes, savors and sonorities to you of character, a philosophy of time, the culture of happiness for all the directions, of the leisures favourable with the resourcing, tourism to discover all the year, of country houses in country houses.
Through the magic of its traditional festivals , its festivals, its rich spaces of light of all the discoveries, Gers in Gascogne opens its doors to you: http://www.tourisme-gers.com
Awake the traveller who is in you and compose your circuit in Gers with the Passport Privilege: http://www.passeport.tourisme-gers.com
Come in family in Gers and discover all the activities conceived for your children: http://www.lepetitdartagnan.tourisme-gers.com
You are camp-site-drivers , discover Gers with circuits and surfaces selected for you: http://www.campingcar.tourisme-gers.com
Le Departmental committee of Tourism and the Leisures of Gers in Gascogne also selected tourist establishments which will hold a reception friendly with the gay customers : http://www.gayfriendly.tourisme-gers.com
See also the gate of the department of Gers: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portail:Gers
Tourism and Economy
tourism in Gers , it is:
- 610.000 tourists
- 5.900.000 nights
- 22100 commercial beds
- the total tourist frequentation represents the equivalent of 17100 permanent inhabitants.
- an expenditure of the tourists estimated at 141.000.000 €
- 2400 employee jobs related to tourism
Pour more: professional access of http://www.tourisme-gers.com
- D' Artagnan
- Jacques Fouroux
- Andre Daguin
- Renaud Camus
- Jean-Luc Lagardere
- Jean-Claude Sensemat
- Jean Laborde
- Maurice Mességué
See tooThe Castle of Caumont, in Cazaux-Savès. A typical Historic building of the French Rebirth (built partly in 1535), combining a military architecture and of pageantry.
The castle, consequently inhabited family for five centuries, has been also the native residence of the Duke of Epernon.
Castle of Caumont in Gers
- French Department
- Common of Gers
- Old communes of Gers
- List of bridges of Gers
- General advice of Gers
- Prefecture of Gers
- Departmental committee of tourism and the leisures of Gers
- Leisures Reception: Tourism and Holidays in Gers
- Gers Net: directory, search engine
- Gers Guides - Your guide Internet/directory of research on Gers and Gascogne.
- Gersbonheur.com: 1st site of product sales of Gers on the topic of the 5 Directions
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