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Make a holiday rental villa or gite in Anduze, France your home away from home

Anduze is a bustling market town lies in the foothills of the beautiful Cevennes Mountains. Whether you are looking to enjoy a walking holiday in the Cevennes Mountains, a beach holiday stretched out on the glorious Mediterranean beaches of the Cote d'Azur, a historical and cultural discovery of Languedoc-Roussillon or a combination of them all, an Anduze villa is a magnificent option.

Things to do in Anduze, France

You can loose yourself for many hours in the bustling streets of Anduze. The weekly market is and Sunday flea market is fantastic, attracting visitors from miles around, and offering some sensational bargains for food, art and craft. The town is also rich in great local restaurants, timeless French cafes and boutique shops selling all that you can imagine.

A holiday rental villa in Anduze is a prefect base from which to explore the beautiful Cevennes hills. The Cevennes are wild and unspoilt, home to a great number of species, and containing a maze of footpaths, climbing routes, bridleways and mountain biking trails. The spectacular Ardeche Gorges are also a great attraction for walkers, but the climbing routes are certainly not for the feint hearted either.

Places to visit from Anduze, France

The historic market town of Uzes is just a few miles from a holiday rental villa in Anduze. Uzes is a fascinating town, and will certainly feature in any Anduze holiday. It isn’t only the charming pedestrianised centre, filled with local restaurants, wine cellars and boutique shops, but also the rich history for which the town is famed. The Roman Arena is the most famous tourist attraction in Uzes, and if it is history that you are looking for, the Roman town of Nimes, and the medieval town of Carcassonne are also close by.

Weather in Anduze, France

Anduze enjoys one of the best climates in France. There are a staggering 300 days of sunshine each year in Anduze, with daily temperatures regularly peaking in the 30's (C) from June until September. The spring and autumn months lend themselves perfectly to walking, riding and cycling holidays, as conditions remain warm and dry, without being too hot to get out into the countryside all day.

Flights to Anduze, France

A hire car is essential for any Anduze holiday. There is simply too much to see and do throughout the region to rely on the limited public transport in the area. There are a good range of airports in the area offering both direct flights from the UK and hire car facilities, including Nimes, Carcassonne, Montpellier and Marseilles.

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Perfect place to relax and gaze at the view.

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We spent four days mid-September at Antoine's gite in Cezas and loved it. Although it is quite small, the space is very well planned and clean, and had everything we needed, and the view from the terrace and garden is quite incredible. There are good walks locally and the hamlet itself has character. Highly recommended.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 18, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

This house is a delight

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Sarah's house is a delight. A comfortable place to stay in a lovely area. The Provecals across the road were ready and waiting for us when we arrived and Mme showed us round. We don't speak a lot of French and she speaks little English, but we managed just fine. As we were in a pretty small car we also used the garage underneath the house to keep it cool. Plenty of inside space, especially as there were just two of us, and the outside spaces are also so useful. The terrace at the rear gets sunshine for most of the day and is a great place to watch the stars and listen to the owls at night. The front terrace gets the morning sun for breakfast, and then provides shade for the heat of the day. Sarah has many books, CD's and DVD's in the house, but just note that there is no TV. This wasn't a requirement for us, but you may not realise this when reading the description above. I especially enjoyed reading Carlos' recipe book which I only discovered towards the end of my stay - some yummy ideas in it! Unlike another reviewer, we had no problem with the internet, but you do need to follow Sarah's instructions and ensure everything is plugged in. Chamborigaud has everything you need with several places to buy supplies, a wonderful Sunday market, and lots of choice for eating out. We particularly enjoyed the Hotel Cevennes where you can get a bargain daily special for 15 Euros including wine! We also were lucky enough to experience the entertainment in the village - a couple of evening shows in the local park - great fun. The house is in a great location - we made easy trips to Uzes for the Saturday market, Barjac for the flea market, and drives down the Ardeche, Tarn and Jonte Gorges. We also took Sarah's suggestions for some evening walks close to the house - the Viaduct is very impressive. Other day trips that we really enjoyed were to the Cavern Pont D'Arc - just amazing, and the Aven d'Orgnac Cavern - where our English speaking guide was brilliant. The Chateau at Portes was open at the weekend and is certainly worth a visit. Just outside this on the drive back to Chamborigaud there is a sign for a honey producer. As we keep bees ourselves we went to take a look. It is quite a trek, and the road gets ever narrower but we finally made it and were able to taste several types of honey and of course purchase some to bring home. We would thoroughly recommend this house - thanks so much Sarah.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 29, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017