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Gans - église (ph. Cathy F) (9)
Gans - église (ph. Cathy F) (2)
Gans - Asinerie de Larrouey (6)
Gans - église (ph. Cathy F) (3)
Gans - église (ph. Cathy F) (9)
Gans - église (ph. Cathy F) (2)
Gans - Asinerie de Larrouey (6)
Gans - église (ph. Cathy F) (3)

Village de Gans to Gans

Opposite Lac de la Prade, take the narrow road up to the village of Gans. In feudal times, Gans had its own fortified castle. It was destroyed and replaced by the Château des Évêques in the 18th century. The bishops had made Gans their country estate and came to stay at the Château, which was surrounded by its garenne, orangery, fountain and hedges. The 19th-century church, located within the walls of the feudal castle, may well have been the castle’s former chapel. When it comes to entertainment, the town has plenty to offer. You may have the pleasure of crossing paths with the Fifres et Tambours de Gans (Gans Fifres and Drums), who perform at a number of events in the region. A night market in June and, for the more sporty, a véthatlon are organised every year. Outside the village, the Asinerie de Larrouey welcomes young and old for milking demonstrations.