Gascogne (English: Gascony) is an area of southwest France that constituded a province of France prior to the French Revolution. Gascogne is currently divided between the Aquaraine région and the Midi-Pyrénées région.
Gascogne is the home to the Gascon language. It is also the land of d'Artagnan, who inspired Alexandre Dumas's character in the Three Musketeers. Gascogne is famous for "the sweetness of life", which includes its food like foie gras and Armagnac brandy.
Experience medieval towns and villages locally called bastides nested on top of the green rolling hills, its sunny weather, the beauty of its landscape, with the occasional distant views of the Pyrenees mountain range. All contribute to the popularity of Gascony as a tourist destination.