Places to discover
Languedoc-Roussillon will surprise you with its diversity, its flora and fauna. Between the light of the Camargue sky and the freshness of the waterfalls and fern woods of the Cévennes, we will be there to make you discover enchanting places and breathtaking walks: hike to the summit of Pic Saint Loup, Japanese gardens of the ‘unique Bambouseraie d’Anduze, horse riding enjoying the most beautiful sunsets …
100 kms away, the Salagou’s lake is a paradise for lovers of board sports or swimming, but also of hiking and mountain biking. The surroundings are rich in beautiful villages, sometimes perched on the hillside, like in Liausson. The surrounding mountains are populated with hiking trails, some of which offer a plunging view of the lake.
At 80 kms, the Navacelles crater, which is one of the major sites in France and Natura 2000, is a sublime and unique landscape! It is located in the territory of the Causses and Cévennes classified as World Heritage of Humanity by Unesco. Also take advantage of its superb waterfall.
At 23 kms, the Pic Saint Loup is a must. Its summit at 658m above sea level is marked by a chapel and a cross
At 60 kms, in the heart of the Camargue Regional Natural Park, the “Pont de Gau” ornithological park is the ideal site to discover, observe and photograph many species of birds, including hundreds of flamingos, in their natural environment. Pond, marsh, lawns, roubines, reed beds and sansouïres form this vast 60 hectares space entirely devoted to the discovery of nature and the birds of the Camargue. It is by the paths of the park, where only the song of the birds comes to interrupt the silence of the place, that you will be able to observe, even closer, birds that seems to completely ignore you.
34 km from Villa Vanille, La pointe de l’Espiguette is astonishing with the immense extent of its sand dunes. This beach opens up to the
55km away, at the foot of Mont Aigoual, in the south of the Cévennes, the Vis waterfall has long been a place for swimming and
In the middle of the garrigue and pine forests, at the end of a small stone path, stands a garden planted with banana trees, palm trees and lush flowers.