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Between the Pyrenees and Gascony, 45 kilometers from Tarbes and Auch 40, Castelnau-Magnoac is a rural community north of the Hautes-Pyrénées. The village is built on a hill at an altitude of 314m. The church, Gothic, was built in the thirteenth century and is situated in the town center.
Rugby plays an important role in Castelnau Magnoac . The agriculture sector is mainly devoted to cereals (maize, wheat, ...) as well as the farming of sheep and cattle.
People love to pick mushrooms in the various woods nearby Castelnau Magnoac, trout fishing in the streams and lakes in the summer and winter hunt game.
In the region include prehistoric art which manifests itself in several caves and chasms, and also some Roman ruins.
The highest mountain near Castelnau Magnoac is the Aure valley. The valley and its surroundings are believed to be the place most representative of the charm of the Pyrenees.
The Pyrenean Henry Russel claimed that the Alps were manly, while the Pyrenees had the grace and charm of a woman. There are several ski resorts here (Saint-Lary/Pla of Adet, Piau Engaly, ...) and hiking trails. The Spanish border is relatively close, about 65 km: the Val d'Aran.
The Garonne River takes its source (hole toro) and through the villages of Vielha, and The Bossost Spain and Fos, Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges Montréjeau in France.

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