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Unusual places to stay in France's Gers region

In France's south-western Gers region, you can spend the night in a mill or even a castle. In Lomagne, nicknamed "little Tuscany", an old flour mill has been transformed into a fully restored gite. Meanwhile, the Viella castle, built in 1763, dominates the Madiran vineyard. Tourists now sleep in the castle's old farmhouse, where they can fully appreciate the beauty and calm of the Gers region while tasting the local wine.