Nicknamed Venice Gard, the pretty village of Goudargues is located in the north of the department of Gard, in the valley of the Cèze. It is nestled beneath the exceptional shade of centennial plane trees along a canal where inexhaustible springs flow.
The village was built around an abbey founded by the Benedictine monks around the year 815.
The Cèze river is close and offers natural beaches in the vicinity. Rental of canoeing, swimming, walks.
Numerous restaurants, shops, local produce.