Take a leisurely drive along country roads bordered with scrubland known locally
as garrigue, your first stop will be in Uzès, the 1st Duchy in France,where you
can amble through the medieval streets, visit the Saint Théodorit Cathedral, the
old Bishop’s Palace and the Baron de Castille’s Hôtel…
Continue over the Saint Nicolas Bridge to the Roman town of Nîmes which takes you
back in time with its Arena, amongst the biggest in Roman Gaul, the Maison Carrée,
the only completely preserved Roman temple in the world, the Tour Magne, a 37-metre-high
look-out tower located on the Cavalier Mount with its breathtaking views, the Jardins
de la Fontaine, one of the first public gardens in Europe… and its numerous museums.
On the way back, you can visit the famous Pont du Gard. This Roman aqueduct and UNESCO
world heritage site is a spectacular feat of engineering built in the 1st century.
Built on three levels and measuring 275m long and 49m high, its ingenuity will amaze