The Gard: a territory rich in history, historic cities, exceptional towns and villages.
From the Camargue to the Cévennes passing by Nîmes or the Pont du Gard, the department will charm you.
With well-marked and well-maintained itineraries, for sports people and non-sports people alike, numerous outdoor activities are possible, including walking, cycling, horse-riding and canoeing; this thanks to several walking routes starting from Cornillon.
Cornillon: visit of the village, guided tour through Cornillon.
Nîmes, Sommières, Anduze, the castles of the Drôme (Grignan, Suze la Rousse): 1 hour away
Nîmes: its arena, the Maison Carrée, the gardens of the Fountain, the Magne Tower, the Roman Museum
Anduze, the gateway to the Cévennes: pottery, Cévennes steam train, Gardons valley, Bamboo Forest
Uzès, Avignon, Orange, Pont du Gard, Gorges du Gardon (Gardon canyon): 45 min
- Pont du Gard: one of the wonders of antiquity, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Uzès, holder of the title "Ville d'art et d'histoire" (City of Art and History) thanks to its architectural heritage: its narrow streets, its gardens, the Ducal castle, its townhouses. Haribo Museum (confectionery museum)
Gorges de l'Ardèche, Grotte Chauvet, Vallon Pont d'Arc, the medieval village of Aiguèze, Grotte de la Salamandre (cave): 30 min
La Roque sur Cèze: 10 min
- Classified as one of France's most beautiful villages, La Roque sur Cèze is a real invitation to travel back in time. It is also known for its exceptional natural site: Les Cascades du Sautadet (waterfalls).
Le Grau du Roi and the medieval city of Aigues Mortes: 1 hour 30
- Aigues Mortes saltworks, city wall towers
- Safari in the Camargue, horseback riding
- Espiguette Beach
La Chartreuse de Valbonne, Montclus: 15 min