Cottages Gard

This department is located in the south of France, is named after the river Gard with the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Gard has an area of 5853 km2 and over 705,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Gard? In the west and northwest of Gard you can enjoy impressive landscapes. This is where the Cevennen National Park is located, with its sharp chambers and deep river valleys. More centrally in Gard you can enjoy holiday homes between vineyards, orchards and vegetable cultivation. 

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Gard

This department is located in the south of France, is named after the river Gard with the same name and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Gard has an area of 5853 km2 and over 705,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the nature of Gard? In the west and northwest of Gard you can enjoy impressive landscapes. This is where the Cevennen National Park is located, with its sharp chambers and deep river valleys. More centrally in Gard you can enjoy holiday homes between vineyards, orchards and vegetable cultivation. 

Cevennes National Park

Located in the southeast of the Massif Central in Gard is the Cevennes National Park. Are you looking for a holiday home near this National Park? In this park you can enjoy the great diversity of flora and fauna that can be found there. There are many rare species to be found here, such as the beautiful lily, the western checkerboard, the bastard eagle, the grey kite and the lesser kestrel. In addition, the area is characterized by a Mediterranean climate with a relatively high precipitation, making the soils very fertile. 

Art history in Gard

Are you looking for a holiday home in Gard? In addition to all the beautiful places in nature, Gard also has a lot of art history to offer. Visit the Gallo-Roman heritage of Nîmes, the 'papal' Villeneuve-lès-Avignon, the Pont du Gard and many beautiful churches, castles and museums. In the departmental capital Nîmes you can admire many buildings from Roman times. Visit, for example, the world-famous Roman amphitheater that can be found here, or the Maison Carrée (which is considered to be one of the best preserved Roman temples in France). 

Amidst the salt marshes of the Petite Camarque nature reserve, you'll find one of France's best-preserved medieval cities, Aigues-Mortes (meaning 'Dead Water'). The city with its myrenees and towers still looks medieval and has hardly changed since the 13th century. A nice fact is that this city is often the backdrop for medieval films. Are you looking for a gite in Gard? In the salt marshes of Gard you will experience many beautiful moments.