Between Cévennes and the Ardèche the picturesque village of THARAUX! You will love the charm of old stones clinging to the hill and the exceptional view of the entrance to the Gorges de la Cèze. The cottages are in a separate part of the old family farm restored in the style of the country. The river flows at 100m, the road to go before the wooden door. Integrated into the hill, a swimming pool with paddling pool adorns the hot summer afternoon. The Pont du Gard, Vallon Pont d'Arc, Nîmes, Avignon, Uzès is less than an hour away. Ideal for combining relaxation and tourism. THARAUX, A VILLAGE TO LIVE!
Description of Gîtes de la Cèze Gite :The DE75 m2 cottage includes a large living room fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, TV. . upstairs, 2 bedrooms for sleeping 5 people (2 people bed and 3 single beds), bathroom, WC. ; Storage space. A traditional pergola covers a corner terrace overlooking open green space on the hill with barbecue. A heated swimming pool from April to October you can alternate the slope with the river.
Directions to Gîtes de la CèzeIf you arrive from the south, the easiest way is:
Nîmes Ouest exit, direction Ales.
At the entrance of Ales, turn right onto the ring road to the end, then turn right towards Salindres (D16) and Barjac up Rochegude. After
Rochegude leave Bridge Tharaux left and take the road that leads to the Méjannes Clap.
Immediately 20m from the junction, Turn left onto the small road to Tharaux. Drive about 1 km.
If you arrive from the north, exit the motorway A9 Bollène, direction Pont St Esprit and Barjac (intersection left at the exit Pont St Esprit).
Continue to St Jean de Maruéjols. At the exit of the village, turn left towards the Méjannes Clap.
After Tharaux Bridge (suspension bridge single track)Turn on your left.
Immediately 20m from the junction, turn left onto the small road to Tharaux. Drive about 1 km. At the entrance
Tharaux take the wrong direction, leaving the road that goes right.
Continue 200m you will reach a parking space: you can park and our house is in the corner of two roads separate.Do not mostly downhill, it ends in the river!
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