From The Cévennes to Provence, from Camargue to Ardèche, The Domaine des Pierres Bleues is in the heart of a land rich in all kinds of curiosities. Its privileged situation will bring you to discover a territory possessing a multiple and varied natural and cultural heritage, the home to many unique and fascinating sites.
Whether your desire is for relaxation and nature, cultural heritage or sporting activities, this region offers you a wide range of leisure activities for all tastes and ages.
A ”village of character” classified in 2016 among « The Most Beautiful Villages in France », this is where you are staying.
The town of Uzès, a city of Dukes, named as a « City of art and history », with its renowned weekly Saturday market, not forgetting the surrounding “Pays d’Uzès”, with its charming and picturesque villages. + d'info
The Cévennes lie in wait for you 45 minutes away, with their magnificient scenery, typical villages and local produce of the land to discover. + d'info
Pays de Barjac et Ardèche
The Pays de Barjac and l'Ardèche (30 minutes away), give access to famous caves such as The Aven d’Orgnac, la Cocalière, or the even more-celebrated Grotte Chauvet-Pont d’Arc, classified as a UNESCO heritage site. Canoeing down the Ardèche river is a wonderful experience, or you can stroll and browse around the Barjac antique-market. + d'info
Pays de la Cèze
The Pays de Cèze (15 minutes away) which reveals, all along the river, numerous natural treasures such as the Salamandre cave (the first grotto in Europe “lit up by the sun”), The Sautadet waterfalls, and the hillside villages which are there to be discovered - Montclus, La Roque, Goudargues (“The Venice of the Gard”), Cornillon. + d'info
From The Bergerie, you can take many paths for excursions on foot or mountain-bike to discover Lussan and the surrounding region. There are a huge variety of activities out in the wilds, literally at your feet (more than 250 km of trails marked out for walking, biking, horse-riding, swimming and canoeing in The Cèze, Ardèche and Gardon, climbing and hang-gliding on Mont Bouquet, golf, hot-air balloons…)
The Gard possesses a rich variety of soils and cultures, from The Cévennes to Camargue and the coastline you will find a succession of forests, moorland and plains offering many kinds of products and a huge range of tastes and flavours. Renowned wines, AOP wines from The Duché d’Uzès or The Côtes du Rhône; delicious fruit, olives, the sweet onions of The Cévennes, goats’ cheese, or even truffles-nicknamed the “black diamond”, the very emblem of Uzès.
A holiday to charm you in the heart
of an exceptional environment