Sitting between the Massif Central, the Mediterranean, the Rhône Valley and Languedoc, the department of Gard enjoys a favourable location. On top of this geographical asset, it offers a great selection of places to discover, ranging from Provencal villages and towns with a rich heritage like Nimes, Uzès, Aigues-Mortes and Beaucaire, to the famous Pont du Gard bridge, a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site, through the preserved countryside of the Gard Camargue and the Cévennes National Park.
TOURISM IN THE GARD
CITIES & TOWNS
Maxi-Catamaran ride in the Little Camargue
TRAVEL & HOLIDAYS IN THE GARD