The pretty village of Goudargues lies north of the Gard department. It nestles in the shade of plane trees exceptional along a channel where flow inexhaustible sources.
The village was built around an abbey founded by Benedictine monks around the year 815.
Following the thread of water, walk you discover Goudargues. She begins to sources behind the school. A bypass underground part "Gambionne" passes under the old Town Hall. Then the channel is spanned by two small bridges and lined with shops: the "Quai de la Fontaine" to the wheel Dawns formerly used to water the gardens.
On the other hand, if you take the road of career, you will pass a doorway dating from the 16th century and renovated in the 19th century.
At the end of the alley along the presbytery, you arrive on Avenue Laundry, which is monumental, offering all the conveniences washerwomen. In front of the chapter house laundry, a former meeting room of the 12th-century abbey. And next, the Notre-Dame de Caseneuve high in 1130, so the oldest building in the village.
To continue this discovery Goudargues, take the marked path in front of the chapel, which leads between Cèze and gardens at the gateway.