Charming town of Canton Morcenx, Garrosse sounding Iberian offers its best assets: calm and voluptuousness.
Take finally a contest rampeau (bowling traditional) arranged by season by the local association.
The suffix bones, Aquitaine, has here a meaning rental (location), and is contiguous to a Latin anthroponym Garus. We know that the Roman road known as Antoninus, the 3rd century AD, connecting Bordeaux to Spain passed nearby, the city-stage Coaequosa being located there. The church "Sanctus Martinus de Garrosse" appear on the map of churches in the diocese of Dax, in the 12th century (Liber Rubeus). The first document mentioning the town dates from 1274. "On March 7, Douce Dame The Fates, daughter of Sir John Parque sells at Duke King Edward of England, the" lump of Garrosse ", located at a place called the" castet "in a site of confluence for 4 pounds sterling and 10 March. Garrosse was at that time the seat of a small estate.
On Mouréou, formerly known as Bez black, was installed a mill which appears in deeds in 1738.