Over the centuries, Provence has been the seat of the Romans. We keep many vestiges from this time, to discover or rediscover. All around the Domaine de Fos, there are many towns that have left their mark on the Roman era: Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Avignon and Arles are among them. Explore these towns with our guest house in Uzès as your starting point. & Nbsp;
Visit the first duchy of France
Uzès, city of art and history
Our exceptional guest rooms in Uzès are located less than 3 km from the city center. The cobbled streets, the facades of the XVIth and XVIIIth century and its forty constructions classified as "Historic Monument", are all good reasons to discover and explore this remarkable town of Gard. Take the opportunity to visit the city's must-sees: Saint Theodorit Cathedral, or the Duchy of Uzès. & Nbsp;
The Gallo-Roman past Romanity in Provence
The essentials in the Gard Most beautiful villages of France
You want to visit more atypical places and far from the excitement of the big cities? Discover the most beautiful Gard villages such as Lussan, La Roque-sur-Cèze, Montclus, Aiguèze, or Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie. Make a stop over the Pont du Gard, to discover this architectural marvel of the Roman era, by walking hiking trails through the scrubland.
The magnificent City of the Popes Avignon
Less than 50 km from your exceptional guest house in Uzès, you will be in the commune of Avignon. This city has a rich cultural, architectural and artistic heritage. Visit the Palais des Papes, the Saint-Bénézet bridge (better known as the "Pont d'Avignon"), the Petit Palais museum, the ramparts and the Notre-Dame des Doms basilica. & Nbsp;
Unavoidable and unusual monuments Arles
From Domaine de Fos, you will be an hour drive from this remarkable city. Arles includes eight UNESCO World Heritage monuments: the Roman Amphitheater, the Ancient Theater, the Church of St. Trophime and its cloister, the cryptoportiques, the Baths of Constantine, the Roman walls, but also the site of the Alyscamps.
Nîmes: French Rome
Nîmes has acquired the status of "city of Art and History", which makes it the perfect town for a weekend getaway or a longer stay. The monuments, dating from Roman times and perfectly preserved, are worth visiting: the Arenas, the Maison Carrée, the Temple of Diana, the Magne tower… For culture buffs, Nîmes is full of museums: Old Nîmes, d 'Natural History, Fine Arts or that of Romanity. Walk the streets of the city center and in particular, that of the historic center where you can come across remarkable buildings: the Romanesque House, the Notre-Dame and Saint-Castor Cathedral, the Porte Auguste, but also the Castellum. Nîmes lives to the rhythm of unavoidable events: férias, festival of Nîmes, the Great Roman Game, Nuit de Nemaus and many others.
At the crossroads between the Cévennes and the Mediterranean, Uzès seduces with its protected sector which is full of treasures.
Formerly the First Duchy of France, Uzès benefits from a rich past dating from the Roman Empire. Recent discoveries suggest that the city has not yet revealed all of its riches. Visitors enjoy photographing the majestic Fenestrelle Tower, the magnificent cathedral, the Hotel du Baron de la Castille and of course the Duchy. Place Aux Herbes with its many terraces and market is also a must during your stay in Uzès. With its many pedestrian areas, the city is a paradise for walkers. A green lung, the Eure valley stretches at the foot of the city and is a favorite playground for hikers.
By its beauty, the city of Uzès was labeled, 'City of Art and History' in 2008 and recognized by the Michelin Guide, '3 stars - worth the detour'.