Rubbing shoulders with Provence and the Camargue

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2
  • Apartment

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Apt. / Condo

Rubbing shoulders with Provence and the Camargue

A simple, charming and spacious ground-floor apartment (56 sq. metres) consisting of a double bedroom, a sitting/dining room, a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with shower, toilet and washing machine. Visitors have the use of a pretty garden and a front patio where they can eat, read or just relax in the sunshine. Tables, chairs and sun beds are provided.

The apartment is cool in summer and warm in winter (and we don't charge for central heating). It is perfect for 2 adults (sorry no animals, we have a jealous cat) as it is situated in a normally quiet residential area 5 minutes from the village centre of Rodilhan. There is ample on-road ...Read more

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La Maison Jaune

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Rubbing shoulders with Provence and the Camargue
Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon, France

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The Gard department has a distinctly 'Provençal' feel to it - thanks to its sharing a border with both Provence and the famous 'Camargue' marsh region, famed for flamingoes, wild horses and bulls. It has a Mediterranean coastline, a fertile plain which produces excellent wines and soft fruits, as well as more mountainous landscapes with lovely villages of stone houses.
The area was settled by the Romans in classical times. It was crossed by the Via Domitia, which was constructed in 118 BC. Nimes' ‘Maison Carre’ Roman temple and ‘Les Arenes’ Roman amphitheatre are two of the best examples of Roman architecture left in the world and the Pont du Gard the largest remaining Roman aqueduct. Aigues-Mortes was built in the 13th Century by Louis IX as a new port for France, until rising silt rendered it an inland ghost-town. It is well worth a visit as it is now a lively tourist destination and the town walls are complete.

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