Beaucaire — an ancient town on the banks of the Rhône, with a Medieval old town and a nearby troglodyte abbey carved into the rocks.
Pont du Gard – a three-level stone aqueduct crossing the Gardon river valley 25 km west of Avignon. Built over 2000 years ago by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, the son-in-law of Augustus. Great to visit in the autumn, when the summer crowds are gone.
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Uzès — Uzès, once a Roman town; the 11th-c Duché castle, still with the original family. It's Place aux Herbes is a great Saturday market.
Avignon — From a Roman town to the Palace of the Popes in the 14th century, Avignon is now a town of Festival, ponts, history, shopping and tourism.
International Fireworks Festival in Cannes starts Wednesday 9 July and finishes Sunday 24 August. This is a special year because the companies providing the fireworks are all previous winners of the vestale d’argent and the Judges Prizes over the last 3 years. 2014 is the year one of them will win the “Vestale d’Or” which is awarded only once every 4 years.
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Sauve — A picturesque town on the banks of the Vidourle river, set in an area of forested hills, vineyards and orchards.
Greater Flamingo (Flamant rose) — The Greater Flamingo (Flamant rose) — is beautiful in flight.
Remoulins — a small town beside the Pont du Gard. Its Medieval old village has remnants of fortified walls, towers and a 12th century church,.
Vézénobres — a lovely Medieval perched village with narrow cobblestone streets, ancient houses, vaulted passages, stone walls and a tall clock tower.