Bambouseraie in the Cevennes
For an atypical visit and an experience in the heart of nature, discover the Bamboo plantation Anduze, ranked among the most beautiful gardens in France. Browse the vast botanical garden to discover more than 1000 varieties of trees, bamboos, rare flowers, but also plants of all kinds.
The property is just 5 km from the remarkable Trabuc Caves. Visit these narrow caves that sheltered prehistoric men and then served as a refuge for Camisards. For an activity full of History in the footsteps of the first men, explore these caves during a guided tour.
The Cevennes are a region of France with an eventful and exciting history. To discover and learn more about the past of the Cevennes and Camisards, visit and discover the exhibitions of the Desert Museum, located just 3 km from your charming hotel Cevennes.
Maison Rouge, a place carrying the silky Cévennes memory
this spinning mill frames the entire history of French silk spinning. It is on this site that the first industrial spinning mill in France was set up using the famous Gensoul process. In January 1965, Maison Rouge closed its doors definitively and with it disappeared the last French silk mill.
Maison Rouge is reborn from its ashes half a century later to today house the collections of the Cévennes Valley Museum. The rhythmic museography successively offers libraries and cabinets of curiosities, beautiful richly composed display cases, staging or objects placed in alcoves.
Pont du Gard
In the heart of the scrubland, less than an hour's drive from Les 3 Barbus hotel is a remarkable Roman building. During a visit in a green nature, the scents and flavors of Provence, you can discover this magnificent building, the Pont du Gard, which has withstood the weather and weather.
Uzès and its market
For a complete dive into the culture of the region, you can go to discover the city of Uzès and its exceptional monuments. But it is by visiting its market that you can really discover the Gard culture and specialties of the region.
Cirque de Navacelle
This geological curiosity of the Cevennes, also nicknamed "the oyster" by the Cevenols (the inhabitants of the Cevennes) is a true beauty of nature, shaped by time. From the top of one of the largest canyons in Europe, you will discover breathtaking and lush landscapes.