A small village of less than 1000 inhabitants whose origins date back to the Roman Empire (when it was the fortified camp of Summum Podium) Saint-Puy was, in the Middle Ages, the capital of the Gaure County.

It is home today to “Chateau Monluc”, a wine- producing estate, well-known for its “Pousse-Rapiere” cocktail, to “Terre Blanche” a duck farm, famous for its preserved products, and to various produce-growers (strawberries, melons) There are also several shops in the heart of the village.

At a height of 185 meters, St Puy enjoys panoramic views over neighbouring hills and even as far as the majestic Pyrenees mountains, weather permitting …