Pretty independent house overlooking the Cevennes, overlooking a large garden, swimming pool and spa.
The house is comfortably furnished. On the ground floor you will find a living room (living room / dining room), with exit to the terrace. A kitchen (oven, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, coffee maker,) and a toilet.
Upstairs, three bedrooms with a double bed, a toilet and a bathroom with bath and towel. All rooms are equipped with closets or more storage.
Large pool with garden furniture, spa, sunbeds, umbrellas, a garden blooming, table to eat on pergola in the shade of the sun. Great barbecue with sockets and lighting.
A nice benefit, which will suit those who want to reconnect with the charms of nature Cevennes and tranquility.
Come enjoy this wilderness (Naturism possible). hiking paths, old villages of the Cevennes, swimming in the prestigious rivers, canoeing and kayaking.
Thus, in a radius of 20 kms: the Museum of the Camisards (Mialet), the Demoiselles cave (Laroque), Glass Hall (Claret), the Silk Museum (Saint Hippolyte du Fort), Anduze bamboo the steam train of the Cevennes (Anduze), the path of the glass, the Museum of the fork, sea rocks at Sauve, the causse de l'Hortus.
Over 50 wineries (AOC Pic Saint Loup) to taste their production.
Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert and the Pont du Gard a UNESCO heritage site, the circus Navacelles. Many paths are available to you for walks or hikes, on foot, bike or horseback. Our scrub is a very rich environment with its fauna and flora, with an interesting rural heritage: capitelles, dry stone constructions. The Gardon gorges. Walking or biking allow you access to wild areas of these grooves. The majestic Pont du Gard, which spans the Gardon, from its height of 48 meters and its 3 levels of arches. Built there nearly 2,000 years by the Romans to bring water to Nîmes, this aqueduct was spared by time and war.
The river Rhône, which flows the Gardon, is the natural border between Languedoc and Provence. Arles, real transit port for Roman ships, rich in remains like the Roman barge 31 meters long dated 50/60 years before J. C, exposed to Antique Museum.
Nimes Roman city, Domitian that the cross linking Rome to Spain. The Arena, the amphitheater of 25 000 places, the best preserved of the Roman world, the temples of the Square House, Diana, the Porte Auguste ... Nîmes contemporary, museum Carré d'Art, designed by Norman Foster.
At fifty kilometers also visit Montpellier: old university town with its oldest medical school in France, the 14th century, with its botanical gardens, the Antigone district created from scratch in the 1980s, close to the heart city. The Place de la Comédie.
The wild Camargue. Its fauna and flora very rich with beautiful roses among other Flemish horse breeding tradition and bulls and the Camargue races. Aigues-Mortes and its famous focaccia. Le Grau du Roi and the largest marina in Europe. La Grande-Motte and architecture.
The Camargue and its beautiful sandy beaches (50 km) as the immense Espiguette, the largest event for naturists, the St. Mary of the Sea, the Black Virgin, saw the sound of guitars and flamenco during pilgrimage Gypsy,
Uzes, the first Duchy of France saved from ruin by Malraux, mansions and arcaded square. Its picturesque Saturday market. The sweet museum created by Haribo, the site of a very old liquorice factory.
Discover the medieval villages of Castillon, Saint-Siffret, among the best preserved in the region, with its cobbled streets, guard tower and gargoyles. The nearby village of Goudargues, said the Venice of Languedoc, where the foliage along the canals will refresh you. Lussan: a true eagle's nest on its peak with its ramparts, its balcony houses. Mount Aigoual, its highest point, 1700 m and great hiking.
In the Cevennes, there is always something to discover.