For the sporty:

  • Mountain-biking in an exceptional setting.
  • The GR6, GR63 and GR67 long-distance hiking paths
  • Canoeing in the Hérault gorge


pont du gard

The Pont du Gard

A UNESCO World Heritage Site. After visiting the museum, you can cross the bridge, a vestige of Roman architecture, and then swim underneath it in the river Gardon.


The Bambouseraie

The bambouseraie in Anduze is a garden unique in Europe that has bamboo huts, century-old bamboo trees, flowering greenhouses, a Laotian village, Dragon Valley, maze, and more.


train vapeur

The Cévennes steam train

Cross the untamed landscape of the Cévennes using tunnels, bridges and rivers in train carriages from 1900. Travel in space and time to find yourself in the country of the giant bamboos and, a few kilometres further on, relive the history of the Cévennes during a guided visit of St Jean du Gard.


The Silk Museum

The Musée de la soie bears witness to a prestigious past that had a wealth of technology and culture and remains alive in the memories of all Cévenols.

cirque navacelles

The Cirque de Navacelles

The site of the Cirque de Navacelles is in the Causses and Cévennes area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

grotte demoiselles

The Grotte des Demoiselles

The Grotte des Demoiselles cave is located in the upper Hérault valley, deep in Languedoc-Roussillon, between the Cévennes and the Mediterranean.


cascade vis

La Vis Waterfall

At St-Laurent-le-Minier, the torrent teems with life around the many waterfalls, which turn the riverbed into graceful terraces of water plumes and joyful noise. Trout and roaches as well as pikes have found an ideal spot to reproduce here – despite the groups of fishermen and women who pace the dandelion-dotted river banks.


mont aigoual

Mont Aigoual

Breath-taking views! On clear days, the panoramic views range from the Pyrenees to the Alps via the Mediterranean and Mont Ventoux. Discover the Mont Aigoual area, its weather station, upland limestone plateaux and Cévenol valleys – an area of vast open spaces that is both mountainous and Mediterranean in character and an authentic terroir.


But also:

grau du roi

Le Grau du Roi and its beaches – watch out for sunburn!!

30 minutes by car: Nîmes with its Roman amphitheatre and the Maison Carrée,

45 minutes by car: Montpellier with its historical old town,

1 hour by car: Avignon, its bridges and ramparts  

1 hour by car: La Grande-Motte and its infinite beaches 

Or St-Guilhem-le-Désert, the Cévennes National Park, Aigues-Mortes and more.

You’ll find everything you need for the perfect holiday here. The Graniers campsite team can’t wait to meet you!