Vissec

In the grandiose and severe landscape of the gorges of La Vis, the visitor discovers Vissec, a very old town built at the foot of an imposing castle of ...

 

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Pommier

The village of Pommiers is a place away from the main roads, clinging to steep slopes, surrounded by the remains of the ferries thatonce hosted the cultivation ...

 

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Bréau Mars

BréauLocated to the west of Vigan, the village of Bréau dominates the Souls river which is a tributary of the Arre.It is made up of several hamlets and ...

 

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Alzon

In the heart of the upper valley of La Vis, near Mont Saint-Guiral (1365m), in an area where limestone, granite and schist meet, Alzon enjoys a privileged ...

 

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Arrigas

Between valley and mountain, from the banks of the Arre to the Col de l'Homme Mort, the village of Arrigas with its farmhouses clinging to the slopes covered ...

 

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Rogues

The village of Rogues contemplates the silent expanses of the Causse de Blandas. The remains of a Bronze Age enclosure and Gallo-Roman settlement indicate an ...

 

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Blandas

The village of Blandas sits in the center of a vast limestone expanse, surrounded by sinkholes with vegetation made up mainly of boxwood and oaks. If ...

 

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Molieres Cavaillac

Built on a high hill, the village of Molières dominates the plain of Cavaillac.The town includes the old village of Molières as well as several ...

 

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Campestre-et-Luc

The Causse de Campestre stretches between the gorges of La Vis and those of La Virenque. It was once nicknamed the granary of the Cévennes in Viganais. High ...

 

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Mandagout

The particularity of the commune of Mandagout lies in its habitat dispersed in picturesque hamlets surrounded by chestnut woods.Its territory is crossed by an ...

 

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Roquedur

Halfway between the sea and the mountain, Roquedur is located in a green setting of oaks and includes two distinct localities:the hamlets of Roquedur-le-Haut and

 

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Village and waterfall

Cevennes village located at the mouth of the gorges of the Vis river. The old bridge offers a panoramic view of the Vis waterfall.

 

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Saint-Bresson

In a grandiose and Mediterranean setting, the village of Saint-Bresson reveals its farmhouses clinging to dry slopes dominated by oaks (green and white), ...

 

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Le Vigan

If the first traces of settlement date back to the 3rd century BC, Le Vigan notably gained importance in the Middle Ages with the founding of a priory in ...

 

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