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Explore the provencal Gard

Sabran is a medieval village, an attractive hill-top Provençale village in a beautiful setting with stunning views. It is situated in le Gard, in the vicinity of Bagnols sur Cèze, between Uzès and Avignon.

Avignon, retains the indelible mark of its grandiose history:  the Palais des Papes, the Saint-Benezet bridge, called the « Pont d’Avignon » of worldwide fame through its commemoration by the song,  and the ramparts constitute the exceptional complex of monuments listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. In addition dozens of churches, are all reminders of a past rich history and give the city its unique atmosphere.

Avignon and the Provence

Ville d'Avignon

Nîmes is 2000 years old and still young. Roman masterpieces, contemporary architecture, gardens laid out in an ancient sanctuary. Everything here goes through time with strength and lightness. The Pont du Gard aqueduct is one of the most beautiful Roman constructions in the region. Discover more about this startling monument as you follow the course of its history through the ages.

Nîmes, Uzes and le Pont du Gard

Arènes de Nîmes
Village Sabran Gard

The landscapes of the Gard provençal region change from vineyards to lavender fields in just a few kilometres, as the blue of the flowers mingles with the green of the vines and the yellow of the sunflower fields... It's a spectacle of colours and smells!

Discover the beautiful landscapes of the Cévennes, enjoy the waterfall of "La Roque sur Cèze", have a little break in the Anduzes bamboo garden. Sporty people can rent a bike or a canoe to explore the region in a different way. 


paysage Gard

The region is full of small, typically Provençal hanging villages, cobbled together, made of old stone and beautifully flowered, not least by the locals... It's so picturesque! Take the time to visit Lussan, Cornillon and La Roque sur Cèze - they're well worth a visit.

Gicon and Sabran have an added bonus: their ancient medieval castles in ruins. These two sites have a real soul steeped in history, and they also offer breathtaking views over the whole valley. Get out your cameras, these sites are incredibly photogenic!

Hilltop villages

Village perché

The Gard provençal region is also blessed with one of the most beautiful series of waterfalls in France. The Sautadet waterfalls are a real spectacle, consisting of rapids and "cauldrons", where locals and tourists alike enjoy cooling off in summer. There's a relaxed, family atmosphere, but beware: the site can be dangerous.

The Sautadet waterfalls

Cascades du Sautadet

It's not just the arena and the Maison Carré that make the Gard an open-air museum. Enjoy the satisfaction of discovering Caesar's camp after a short nature walk, and marvel at all the Roman remains on this 18-hectare ancient city.


The view over the Cèze valley and Mont Ventoux is breathtaking!

Roman Gard

Ruines romaines Gard
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