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Gard Villas and Vacation Rentals

Encompassing Montpellier, Avignon, and Arles, this area of France offers almost 300 days of annual sunshine and a dizzying array of cultural, natural, and culinary riches. Pont-du-Gard, a monumental Roman bridge located near the city of Nimes, is situated over an aqueduct in the River Gardin.   Continue >

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    Save $686 Photo of French Farmhouse in Languedoc Located at Entrance of a Charming Village
    • min $6,301/wk
    • max $6,861/wk
    • min $5,671/wk
    • max $6,175/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 10 to 15 people
    • 1 single bedrooms
    • 5 double bedrooms
    • 5 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    • Maid Service
    ** Save up to $686 when you book by Aug-20-2022**
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      Nimes, home of denim fabric (as in “de Nimes”) is filled with museums, temples, a lovely garden, and a Roman amphitheater that seats 21,000. A thriving town filled with young people, Montpellier is best known for its university. Thanks to its lively population, the city boasts a variety of cafés and chic little shops. Arles is known for its impressive amphitheater (it seats 26,000) and the Roman baths at Thermes de la Troille, which are some of the largest. Important, too, is the city's connection to Van Gogh: Arles is last place that the artist painted before his suicide at the age of 37. Avignon is a beautiful medieval city with a perfectly preserved historic center. Rich in art and history, the city of the popes comes alive in July and early August during the Festival d'Avignon. Curious to know how the popes once lived? Visit the fortress-like Palais des Papes, the city's most dramatic monument..