This part of Gard region presents many opportunities for sightseeing, here are a few:
Goudargues (4 km): called “Green Venice “, the village is crossed by a path lined with restaurants and shaded terraces along a channel. August 15 , you can drink the aperitif feet in the water , during the famous ” Apéro Canal .” The laundry , the church, are to be seen . Many shops, a market of regional products adorn this delightful village where you can experience the good life
Cornillon (5 km): medieval village where you can stroll through the narrow streets , visit the workshops of its artists. The courtyard was transformed into a theater . It has stunning views on Goudargues and the Cèze valley.
La Roque sur Cèze and the Sautadet falls (10 km): Built on a rock overlooking the Cèze , the village is classified as “most beautiful village of France “. Waterfalls add him a spectacular natural asset, with their canyons carved into the limestone.
La Chartreuse de Valbonne (12 km): very beautiful building of the thirteenth century , surrounded by vineyards and forests, sometimes Roman tile roofs sometimes glazed tiles of different colors. After having been monastery and care center , it is now a cultural center.
Lussan and Concluses (15 km): The medieval village is perched on a oppidum , surrounded by scrubland and fields of lavender. A 5 km, the Concluses following wild gorges, carved into the limestone , where you can walk in the summer.
Bagnols sur Cèze and Albert André Museum (16 km): Capital Rhone Gard , built in the twelfth and thirteenth century, the city is proud of its Albert-André museum, one of the largest impressionist art museum post province.
Barjac (21 km) : rich in monuments , especially from the Renaissance.
Uzes (28 km): classified “City of Art and History” , with a very rich heritage. The Duke of Uzes’s family still owns the castle today.
Laudun and Caesar’s Camp (28 km): the site of Caesar’s Camp (18 ha ) was held from the fifth century BC to the sixth century AD . It overlooks the village of Laudun- Lardoise and its rich heritage. You can also see the Balouvrière aqueduct , built in the late nineteenth century, which operated until the mid- twentieth century.
The famous vineyards of the Côtes du Rhône are the glory of the whole region and have an AOC . In Cornillon or in the surrounding villages , tastings are offered. Tavel is 40 km away, Châteauneuf -du -Pape 44 km.
Pont du Gard (45 km): ancient Roman aqueduct , his visit is complemented by a cultural space , beaches and golf in the scrubland .
Alès and its witness mine (47 km)
Nîmes ( 51 km) : to be seen especially for its many Roman monuments.