Guest house
 "Mas Perché des Oliviers"

Guest rooms, and guest table with a tang of the Provencal soil

This is a restored 18th century old stone house of the Cévennes
 set in a quiet countryside amid 8 acres of land,
 peacefully nestled amongst the vineyards and olive-trees.

Sightseeing at St Ambroix

St Ambroix : the hilltop of Dugas and its medieval village. The old troglodyte caves of Dugas

Troglodyte cave of Dugas (St Ambroix)

XIIIth century medieval part  (Dugas tower– St Ambroix)

The Auzonnet river, affluent of the Cèze river only 4 km from our place.

Within 5 to 15 km : several feudal castles such as Allègre, Montalet, Theyrargues, Boisson…

15 km away : the Renaissance village of BARJAC well-known for its famous antique fair and market

« L'aven d'Orgnac », one of the most famous caves in France. The fortified village of LUSSAN.

Lavander in the surroundings of Lussan

18 km : the town of Alès and its mine museum.

20 km : Vallon Pont D'Arc The « Gorges de l'Ardèche »

25 km: the charming town of Uzès, the last Duchy of France,  its castle, the famous craftsmen, and its market place of the XVth century.


Uzès tower of the Renaissance 
The shady market place of the Duchy of Uzès

40 km : the small town of Anduze, its temples, its marvelous bamboo plantation, and its botanical park. 


60 km : St Jean du Gard, the old train of the Cévennes: it travels from St Jean to the small town of Anduze

80 km : the town of Nîmes, TGV train station, direct connection Brussels - Nîmes, National airport, direct flights from Brussels-Charleroi airport to Nîmes. Relics of the Roman times: temples, arenas, statues, museums, amphitheatre…

Lots of shows, entertainments and concerts during the summer.


The Pont du Gard : a fabulous Roman aqueduct on the Gardon gorge.

Pont du Gard during summer time

Avignon, its castle, the old town, the famous bridge «le pont d'Avignon », the summer festival, a TGV train station with direct connections to Paris and Brussels

The Castle in Avignon

The bridge of Avignon
80 km :  Montpellier, its old town, universities and hospitals.

80 km :  Arles, its old town, its amphitheatre, and the arenas

100 km : the marshes of Camargue with the legendary white horses and black bulls.