Anduze, a charming little town beside the River Gardon in Gard is a place that is steeped in history, and one that has been occupied by various different civilisations over the years. All sorts of remains still bear witness to their presence. From prehistoric times, Anduze has inherited fifteen or so dolmens that you'll find in the Domaine de la Grande Pallière; from Antiquity you'll come across the remains of an Oppidum Gaulois (fortified village) and a Castrum Romain (Roman camp) at the top of the rock of Saint-Julien. Anduze is also famous all over the world for its pottery and above all its vases, the artisanal manufacture of which goes back to the 17th century.
As well as its history, Anduze has all sorts of other surprises in store for you. From Anduze, you can climb aboard the charming and authentic little Cévennes steam train. From Anduze to Saint Jean du Gard, you'll travel more than 40 km and you'll see the lovely landscapes and panoramas of the Gardon Valley. During the journey, you'll be able to decide between going directly to Saint Jean du Gard, or stopping off at the bamboo garden which is a unique location in Europe, perfect for spending a day relaxing with the family. You will really be getting away from it all in the heart of this bamboo forest! And this place holds various other surprises in store for you as well as its famous bamboos, including the exotic Allée des Palmiers de Chine, the Jardin des Bassins d’Eugène, the greenhouses, the plant maze, the Allée des Séquoias, the Laos village and the Vallon du Dragon. You'll really love these amazing landscaped locations!
Very close to the Cévennes, Anduze and its surrounding region also has various hiking circuits for you to come and enjoy with your family or friends. And what's more, nearly all of these routes are accessible by mountain bike and on horseback. A word to the wise: when you come camping in Anduze, you'll also find some lovely picnic spots beside the Gardon River and enjoy a spot of bathing here.
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