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Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Gard

Vergèze - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Gard

Vergèze, a small town in the Gard located at the gateway to Camargue, between Nimes and Montpellier in the Gard in the Herault, near the sea and the ramparts of Aigues-Mortes, has built its authenticity in contact with the mainstream of History. Ideally positioned halfway between your career Benelux and Spain, between the Atlantic Coast and Italy, at the crossroads of major cities such as Lyon, Nice and Toulouse, Vergèze itself as a stage stop for the organization of your holidays, family gatherings or business.

Geographical information

Tourism label
Latitude43.7435220 (N 43° 44’ 37”)
Longitude4.2206950 (E 4° 13’ 15”)
AltitudeFrom 10m to 75m
Surface area10.16 km²
Population4951 inhabitants
Density487 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureNîmes (19.8 km, 26 min)
Insee code30344
IntercommunalityCC Rhony, Vistre, Vidourle

Nearest cities & towns

Codognan1.9 km (5 min)
Mus2.3 km (6 min)
Boissières3.8 km (11 min)
Vestric-et-Candiac4.9 km (7 min)
Uchaud5.2 km (7 min)
Aigues-Vives5.6 km (9 min)
Gallargues-le-Montueux6.5 km (10 min)
Calvisson6.8 km (10 min)
Bernis7.1 km (12 min)
Vauvert8.6 km (13 min)
Le Cailar9 km (13 min)
Congénies9.2 km (11 min)
Aimargues9.5 km (11 min)
Nages-et-Solorgues9.6 km (13 min)

Things to see and do

The soil of Vergèze has a rich diversity of wine grapes with the wine of expression of great aromatic finesse. Today his wines from organic (Ecocert) developed on this land make it one of the largest producers of organic wines from France.

Vergèze city is also the location of water with its ban on the production site of the water is naturally carbonated Perrier, known worldwide.

Places of interest

Performance halls

Events and festivities

Exhibition of Orchids: in February.

Stage porcelain painting: in February and April.

Opening of the bullfighting season, in March.

Festival of Puppet: early October.


Vergèze, city water
Vergèze, city water
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Town Hall Square
Town Hall Square
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Cowboys, horses and bulls in the streets in celebration
Cowboys, horses and bulls in the streets in celebration
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

A multiplicity of landscape between the coast and its beaches, the plain with scrub and pine forests, the Cevennes mountain country.

Near the Roman remains of Nimes and Arles, Aigues-Mortes, a medieval town, Le Grau-du-Roi, a fishing port, the Camargue and its traditions; Montpellier new theater Arena, its botanical garden, Anduze and pottery, Uzès, first Duchy of France and one of the finest local markets.

A Junas, Jazz Festival in July and Country Festival in early August.

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Mobilboard Segway
Entertainment30 € Nîmes (15.1 km)
Quad tour of the Camargue
Sports sensations90 € Aigues-Mortes (18 km)
Explore the wild Camargue by 4x4
Nature and the great outdoors35 € to 55 € Aigues-Mortes (19.7 km)
4x4 safari in the Camargue marshes
Nature and the great outdoors18 € to 39 € Le Grau-du-Roi (24 km)
Half-day in Languedoc vineyards and tastings
Local flavours65 € Montpellier (30 km)


Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Sea of Rocks
HikeEasy1h00Sauve (31 km)
The Hermitage
HikeEasy3h00Collias (31 km)
Le Clos d'Alice
Horse rideEasy1h00Le Pouget (59 km)
Mine au Bois Dormant Path
HikeIntermediate3h00Robiac-Rochessadoule (59 km)


Bed & breakfasts

Vacation rentals