Villages cévenols, architectures médiévales et églises, découvrez la mosaïque des curiosités patrimoniales qui s'offrent à vous.
Medieval site that has never been changed. You can contemplate the valley of Montoulieu and the garrigue, which is filled with scented plants. Only pedestrians can access the site: from the village, easy path (30 min) and from the car park, difficult slope (15 min)
On Ginestou's site, in Moules et Baucels, several menhirs can be found, including this one, which is absolutely remarkable.
Saint-Martial is an authentic village of the Cévennes. A 1h15 hour drive away from Montpellier, the picturesque village is built on a promontory, where houses are squeezed against the church. It is known for its terrace cultivation of the Cévennes Sweet Onions (AOC) as well as for its artisanal cashmere textile industry.
The priory of Saint-Martin de Cézas is a XIIIth century's priory.
Located 1h west from Nîmes, in the Cévennes National Park, Sumène is to be discovered at the water outlet of the Gorges du Rieutord, perched in the heart of mountains which are shaped by terrace cultivation, testifying to the peasants' ancient work in the Cévennes.