The town and Countship of Montpellier is found near the Mediterranean coast about forty miles west of the Rhône. In 1349 it was apparently held by a member of the house of Aragon who sold it to Philip of Valois.
The Viscountship of Béarn is on the Spanish border west of Foix and east of Biggore. It was held by Count Gaston III de Foix
The Countship of Biggore occupies the extreme southwest corner of France, bordered by Béarn, Spain, and the Atlantic. It, too, was held by Count Gaston III de Foix.
The Countship of Quercy is in southwest France in Guyenne, occupying a region north of Toulouse and south of Limoges. The lower half of Quercy was ceded to the English in 1259, the upper half being fought over politically and was ceded to England in 1360, not being reunited with the French crown until 1472. It appears to have been a fief of the counts of Toulouse.