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Le Verdier offers ideal holiday in the Cevennes in an exceptional environment and quality to discover our most beautiful and gastronomy of the region.
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friendliness, relaxation, charm and beauty of the site.
Le Verdier offers on stay 2 or 3 nights: one day discovered with dinner (local menu) - 1 day tourist exceptional view ballad (welfare snack) - 1 day cultural outing (historical knowledge)
Living in a warm sharing the same joy, quality of life, a memory wealthy;
Our trips will seduce you and surprise you for an unforgettable vacation in a large nature site.
4 kms from the center of
Ambroix, on the road D904
Ales 25 mm
Nîmes at 1:00
Avignon at 1:15
Montpellier at 1:30
Vallon Pont d'Arc to 20mm
Verdier, in the heart of the Cevennes offers countless possibilities:
This is a great nature site: Cévennes National Park, Camargue Regional Park, Bamboo, Ardèche Gorge cave system (Cocalière, Trabuc ...), chestnut forests, altitude forests, lakes natural and managed, wild streams and rivers.
It is a great historical and archaeological site:
Remains Romans (Pont du Gard, Arena, Roman roads ...)
Medieval remains (Cathar castles, commanderies, cities and medieval villages ...)
History and peasants remains: the silkworm and silkworm around forestry (Chestnut and olive), wood mushrooms ...
Mining and industrial remains: the Cevennes coalfield with its museum and witness mine
Remains and news of rural life: its specialties around the chestnut, the pélardon, olive, Mediterranean fruit and vegetables, the scents of plants and also his three great vineyards.
Cultural events: festivals (Festival of Avignon, Nîmes Jazz Festival ...)
Other tourist activities: water parks and amusement parks, small regional trains, museums, spas (Les Fumades Vals les Bains ...)
Verdier located in the heart of the Cevennes National Park, UNESCO World Heritage humanity
June 2011 offers a rare and unique offer.
Michael brigt edition Flamarion October 2005 registered the Cevennes (page 389) in his book "1001 Wonders of Nature that you must have seen in his life."