The Provençal Gard belongs to the Languedoc region, it is separated from Provence by the Rhône. The right bank of the river has pretty villages with dry stone houses, landscapes of scrubland where the song of cicadas resonates during the summer period, where the winegrowers produce excellent wines from the Côtes-du-Rhône.
AramonAramon is an old boatmen's port on the right bank of the Rhône between Avignon and Beaucaire
BarjacIn the north of the Gard, between the Gorges de la Cèze and the Gorges de l'Ardèche
Cascades du SautadetAn exceptional natural site and a famous swimming spot in La Roque-sur-Cèze
GoudarguesDiscover why this village in the Cèze valley is nicknamed the "Venice of the Gard"....
La Roque sur CèzeOne of the most beautiful villages in the Gard is located in the Cèze valley
Les AnglesA discreet and unjustly unknown perched village in the Gard, very close to Avignon
Saint-Laurent-les-arbresPretty village in the Gard Provençal with a remarkable medieval heritage
Tavel et son vinTavel, in the Rhône Valley, is famous for its Rosé wine, the "1er Rosé de France".
Villeneuve-lès-AvignonOpposite Avignon, Villeneuve conceals heritage treasures that deserve to cross the Rhône to discover them