Experience Provençal tradition at Gajan
10 minutes from Nîmes, Gajan, a small Gardonnenque village, with a rich Gallo‐Roman history stretching back for millennia, is ideally located between Cévennes and Camargue.
Le Domaine de Candoule reveals the wealth and identity of Gajan with its hillside views of a mosaic of vineyards.
- Fons ‐ 2km
- Saint Mamert du Gard ‐ 2 km
- La Calmette ‐ 5 km
- Saint‐Geniès‐de‐Malgoires ‐ 5 km
- Nîmes ‐ 10min ‐ 12km
- Beaches – 50 min
- Montpellier – 1 h
- Local shops
- Supermarket in La Calmette (5 km)
- Primary schools in Gajan
- Secondary school in Saint‐Geniès‐de‐Malgoires: 7 km (10 min)
- Secondary school in Nîmes: 15 km (15 min)
Pays de Gardonnenque: the exceptional surroundings of Gard Provençal
Not to be missed in Gard
- The legacy of the Romans: the amphitheatres, the Jardins de la Fontaine, the Maison Carré Roman temple in Nîmes and the famous Pont du Gard aqueduct...
- Breathtaking splendours: Cévennes National Park, an oxygen bubble of greenery in Gard, the Bamboo Park in Anduze, the Gardon Gorges, the Sautadet waterfalls...
- Picturesque beauty that defies time: four of France’s Most Beautiful Villages (Aiguèze, Montclus, La Roque‐sur‐Cèze, Lussan), three Villages of Character (Barjac, Lussan, Vézénobres), 3 Towns of Art and History (Nîmes, Uzès, Beaucaire),
- Exceptional UNESCO World Heritage sights: the Pont du Gard aqueduct, Saint‐Gilles Abbey and the beautiful landscapes of Les Causses and Cévennes.
- The last beach resort before the horizon: Le Grau‐du‐Roi, Port Camargue, the number 1 marina in Europe,
- The highest point in Gard: Mont Aigoual, a family‐oriented ski resort and the highest inhabited observatory in France.