Take a walk or bicycle ride, paddle down the Gardon River, visit the Mont Bouquet or antiques fairs and markets in Uzès, Villeneuve les Avignon or Barjac. Take a day trip to Nimes, Avignon, Arles or Uzès. Discover the rolling countryside, the Gardon River or the surrounding villages. Go a bit further to the Cevennes or Ardeche, there are festivals in Avignon, Uzès and St Quentin at certain times of the year, or you can just relax and listen to the locusts sing.
_Take a walk, a hike, or a bicycle ride
_Take advantage of the markets and antiques fairs
_Discover the wonders of the region—Uzès, the Pont du Gard and Roman history, Avignon, Arles,
_Have fun at local festivals
Take a walk,a hike, or a bicycle ride
You'll discover the gorges of the Gardon River (7 kms), the valley of the Uzèges (7kms), the Uzès plateau and plenty of paths for hiking (6kms) Belvezet (20kms), The Lussan region (28 kms) the foothills of the Alps and Baux de Provence (51 kms), the marshes and bird sancutaries of the Camargue (50 kms) the medieval village of Sommières (70 kms), and the southern part of the Ardeche and the Cevennes (both about an hour and a half away).
We love walking and hiking in this family, so don't hesitate to ask, we'll be happy to give you advice and lend you maps of the area. Do you like nature? The Bastide de Boisset is ideally located to take full advantage of all the local natural beauty has to offer. Whether by mountain bike, on foot, in a canoe, on a horse or in a car, there are many opportunities to commune with nature. Walking, biking and hiking trails start right in the village. Around Argilliers, you find fields and garrigue, hills and valleys filled with the diverse local flora and fauna.
_Discover the regional treasures of Uzès, the Pont du Gard, Nimes Avignon and Arles
Uzès : “From a distance you can see four high medieval towers among the red tile roofs, the sign of glories past as the First Dukedom of France. Uzès is often used in film for it's period look and has a fantastic feel, which is French through and through.” Guide du Routard
Nîmes (en construction)
Avignon et Villeneuve les Avignons: "City of the Popes, Avignon, in the Middle Ages, was one of the most important cities in Europe. Discover its history, architecture and culinary traditions. Take a walk in one of the surrounding villages, all with important historical pasts and you'll be a believer ". (Le guide du routard)
Les baux (en construction)
As well as all of our family's other favorite villages—don't hesitate to ask us!!