Village of Languedoc-Roussillon, Midi-Pyrénées, Tillac Niche its many charms in the department of Gers. Formerly fortified, it takes up to forty kilometers of Auch, near Marciac, a town known for its jazz festival.
Surrounded by the sludge valley, the village takes its name from Tilliacus Gallo-Roman, and was built at different times. This can help identify the remains of ancient Rome, or the tenth and eleventh centuries.
The tourists visiting Tillac enjoy the beauty of its old stones and its historical role in the region. The monuments of interest abound in the territory of the town and its interesting geographical location gives details of the largest sites of the Gers.