At the gates of Provence, just after the Avignon bridge, its landscapes and villages offer the charm and authenticity of Provence with fields of lavender and vines as far as the eye can see. Its character remains unique, however, and delights both history buffs, culture enthusiasts and nature lovers.
What makes this Region specialYou will discover very beautiful tourist sites (Barjac, the Duchy of Uzès, Villeneuve les Avignon, the Pont du Gard) and some of its villages are among the Most Beautiful Villages of France. Thanks to a climate conducive to viticulture, you can also discover renowned vineyards (Chusclan, Tavel, Lirac, etc.).
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Dominated by the imposing Fort Saint-André, this charming medieval city faces Avignon, from which it can admire the Palais des Papes at all times, and enjoys a magnificent natural panorama of Mont Ventoux and the Alpilles. A city with an exceptional historical heritage and where it is good to stroll.
Uzès & Pont du Gard
The town of Uzes, France lies between the peaks of the Cevennes Mountains and the beaches of the Mediterranean in the Gard department in Languedoc-Roussillon. Uzes is a lively town, surrounded by vineyards and filled with excellent shopping streets. The pace of life is magnificently slow, and there is an undeniable hint of the Mediterranean to the town.