Out and About

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There are so many different places that you can visit during your stay at the apartments, whether you want to stay close to home, or perhaps travel further away. Within an hours drive you can xperience the large cultural town of Anduze which is full of different activities, there is also the medieval town of Sauve, if you want to do shopping you can visit Quissac, or if large open air markets are more your thing, you can travel to Uzes.

For those who want to go further, you can visit the Crusader port of Aigues-Mortes, the Palace of the Popes or Sur le Pont in Avignon, or perhaps the extensive wildlife in the Camargue

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Quissac is known as the crossroad between the Mediterranean and the Cevennes, the starting point for Nimes and Montpellier. It is a small, quiet town, with a lovely square and tranquil views of the Vidourle river and the low lying hills beyond. It is a good point to visit Corconne, Sauve and Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort. It's a lovely place to stroll around the narrow cobbled streets.

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Eating out

There are restaurants to enjoy in the local towns of Sauve and Anduze.


Belle Tourisme - Authentic trips at the heart of real traditions. To discover the Languedoc (renamed OCCITANIE) and meet local people with a multilingual driver/guide visit www.belletourisme.com for sample itineraries and pricing.

 


One of our favourite bar/restaurants in the nearby village of St Jean des Serres. Details via www.troubadour-circus.com