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Considered France’s sunniest region, it is little wonder that Midi-Pyrénées real estate is snapped up by international property investors.

Originally part of a Roman province, this area was ruled by the Visigoths and Spanish, before coming under French rule. Today, the Midi-Pyrénées is divided into eight departments, each administered by a departmental counsel. Toulouse is its capital.

Among the region’s remarkable towns are Albi and Montauban, known for their vineyards and chic Midi-Pyrénées villas. Well-known attractions include the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes, Basilique Saint-Sernin and Cirque de Gavarnie which has Europe’s highest waterfall.

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Midi-Pyrénées Property Profile

International buyers can choose from stylish Midi-Pyrénées villas, luxurious Midi-Pyrénées gites, Midi-Pyrénées apartments, idyllic Midi-Pyrénées ski chalets and Midi-Pyrénées houses. Other affordable Midi-Pyrénées properties are mas (traditional farmhouses) and equestrian estates.

Castelnau de Montmiral, known for its 15th century church, has high-end Midi-Pyrénées manors and Midi-Pyrénées holiday homes. In the surrounding countryside are stunning equestrian properties.

For picturesque Midi-Pyrénées properties, try Belcastel, one of France’s most beautiful villages, where luxury Midi-Pyrénées mansions and Midi-Pyrénées lofts line the cobbled streets.

In Rocamadour, a medieval village, home to the famous Black Madonna statue, you will find Midi-Pyrénées houses and villas full of character and charm.

Lifestyle and Leisure in Midi-Pyrénées

Residents of the Midi-Pyrénées properties enjoy a classy lifestyle, owing to the region’s spectacular music and wine festivals, excellent museums, great fishing and skiing locales, superb golf courses and a mouthwatering choice of French and Spanish haute cuisine. Definitely worth sampling is the locally produced Roquefort cheese and world-famous Armagnac liqueur.

Not to be missed regional events are Rio Loco, a music festival in Toulouse and Les Medievales in Mirepoix.

Midi-Pyrénées Transport Links

With multiple airports (Toulouse Blagnac is the main international airport), excellent motorways and a good rail network, residents of the elegant Midi-Pyrénées properties will enjoy an easy commute.

Top Reasons to Buy or Invest in Midi-Pyrénées Property

  • Great year-round climate and a scenic landscape make this an ideal investment region for UK and US property buyers.
  • Multiple celebrations, festivals and sporting activities provide residents with a range of leisure pursuits.
  • World famous attractions, liqueurs and delicious cuisine make this a food and wine lover's paradise.

Winkworth France has a comprehensive portfolio of quality Midi-Pyrénées properties and would be happy to help you buy or rent a Midi-Pyrénées property. Contact us for your requirements.