Amou is the homeland of Bertrand Ducournau (1614/1686),secretary to St Vincent de Paul. The house where he was born in the village is ornamented with a...Read more
Designed by Jules Hardouin Mansart the castle was built in 1678 by Leonard Caupenne, governor of Bayonne and Marquis of Amou. This castle is still lived...Read more
The arena is a listed building and was built with the help of volunteers in 1954. It was designed by architect Prunett. It is named after the famous "ecarteur"...Read more
The historical origin of the site comes from a group of small Gascon words "tuc" meaning little heights, then giving the term "tucoere" where possibly...Read more
2 heated outdoor pools. Open 1 June to 31 August, Monday and Thursday, 3-7pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 10am-noon and 3-7pm; Sunday, 11am-7pm.
Siège de la seigneurie de Gemiliacum et de son diocèse, relevant de l’autorité de Limoges dès 480, détruit par les Wisigoths (472), les Sarrasins (730)...Read more