The self catering cottage Loubreyrou - 8 people rental - Three bedrooms

Other activities

In this protected and exceptional environment, you will encounter the pleasures of water, footpaths and roads carved into the mountain. You will also be able to enjoy the forest's wildlife and the flora's species unique.

You can go fishing for trout (trout's famous "brown trout" with red spots), swim or simply cool off.

The roads, here are full of stories which makes them a place of memories.Carved into the rock, cobblestoned, lined with trees, hedges or stone, they constitute a large network. They will help you discover step by step the sights sector sometimes lost in the valleys. On site you can choose between GR, PR, part of the "Huguenot Trail" and many trails or not.

The chestnut is the archetypal "tree of the Cevennes", and chestnut are again maintained and operated in recent years. Other species also exist including conifers that were planted around 1970. Many trails crisscross them and allows to soak up the special atmosphere they emit. It is also the benchmark for many animals and…fungi (vines, chanterelle ...) in the fall.

The traditional hamlets
They are very numerous (30 hamlets of Saint Frézal Ventalon), farmhouse isolated or grouped, all clinging to the mountain, they are built in walls of shale and slate covered for the most typical.

The landscape of dry stone walls (bancels) and Beale ...
Man has domesticated for centuries the landscape. To grow on steep slopes they built retaining walls retaining land crops along the contour. For the irrigation of canals, they dug into the rock from the dam up streams to irrigate fields, again based on the contour. These béals also feed many small mills scattered throughout the territory.

- Hiking on trails (GR, PR, Stevenson Trail ...) - Mountain biking - Swimming in refreshing streams. - Trout fishing - Other: Tennis, canoeing, horseback riding, climbing, swimming - Visits: Anduze bamboo, Train Saint Jean du Gard, a village of La Garde Guerin, cascade Runes


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