Unwind in the countryside in the Gard or Vaucluse areas
A weekend in the countryside | Nemea
From €120 pour un séjour de 2 nuits at the residence Les Portes des Cévennes from 10/09 to 12/09.
Maison Duplex T3/6pers 6 guests
Maison T2/4pers 4 guests
Le domaine des Cazelles à Carjac vous accueille dans ses maisonnettes du T2 au T4 pouvant accueillir jusqu’à 8 personnes. La résidence vous offre de belles prestations, un court de tennis, une piscine extérieure et une aire de jeux pour vos enfants.
On the banks of the Indre River, this small Touraine village incarnates a kind of royal elegance thanks to the remnants of its rich architectural heritage. Its castle, a listed “Monument historique” (National Heritage Site) built during the reign of François 1, is a true gem of the Renaissance period.
Azay-le-Rideau is a green and culture-rich destination, delighting visitors as much with its exquisite palaces as with the fruits of its generous soils.
Take a break in one of our holiday residences and enjoy nature
Head to the Gard countryside for the weekend
Say goodbye to the pollution and busyness of the city during your stay in Sauve, in the Gard. This medieval town, nestled in the foothills of the Coutach Massif, invites you to enjoy total relaxation in the heart of an untouched natural environment. Head in the direction of the Mer des Rochers - this marked path will lead you through the scrubland up to an incredible viewing point overlooking the Vidourle valley.
The history in Sauve is as rich as its nature, so enjoy exploring its treasures and medieval remains. In a peaceful atmosphere, you can stroll in the streets, discover the pretty narrow stone houses, the grand buildings and the mansion house. From the heights of the ramparts, admire the beauty of the abbey and convent.
The Vaucluse countryside: guaranteed relaxation for the weekend. Head to Lubéron in Malaucène, a charming Provençal village. The capital of Ventoux, everyone who visits falls in love with Malaucène. In this “Artistic and Historical Town”, enjoy discovering the medieval architecture of the St Michel church or the Groseau Chapel.
Malaucene is also known for its incredible natural sites: the Gorges de Toulourenc, the Dentelles de Montmirail or the famous Mont Ventoux. On foot, on a mountain bike or on horseback, setting off from Malaucène, climb to the top of Mont Ventoux, known as Provence's Giant, to enjoy an exceptional panorama of lunar landscapes.