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The southern part of the Rhône Valley covers on both sides the departments of Vaucluse and Gard. Many tourist routes will allow you to discover its picturesque villages and vineyards: Châteauneuf du Pape, Gigondas, Tavel…
Pont du Gard
Aqueduct bridge listed as UNESCO heritage. Impressive with its height of 49m, it is the highest Roman aqueduct in the world.
Les villages classés
We are close to many villages classified as “the most beautiful villages in France” such as Lussan, Aigueze, Montcluz, La roque sur Cèze and the Sautadet waterfalls.
Uzès invites you to discover its old town steeped in art and history. If you are lucky enough to be there on Saturday, let yourself be tempted by its market and its Provençal scents.
Cradled by a rich history, monuments and listed places. An international imprint of the Avignon Festival. A visit not to be missed.
Nimes et ses environs
A desire for Romanity, a tour of Nimes is essential, the arenas, the square house, the Magne tower and the gardens of the fountain await you.
City of art and history with its exceptional historical heritage. Discover the monuments listed by UNESCO; its Arc de Triomphe and the Roman theatre.
Visit the Camargue, classified as a UNESCO reserve, on foot or on horseback between the sea and ponds, surrounded by horses, bulls and pink flamingos, as well as the unmissable ramparts of Aigues Mortes.
Come and discover our region and these must-see places.