Less than 15 km from Alès, the campsite at Domaine de Gaujac welcomes holidaymakers to a wooded site by the river. In addition to its traditional camping caravaning pitches, the estate offers rental accommodation: from 15 to 29 m2, with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms, equipped with kitchens, shower room and toilets or toilets alone, they are suitable for all types of stays: duo holidays in an intimate bungalow, group escapade in a large mobile home, or family stay in a wooden chalet with natural charm.
Capital of the Cévennes, Alès is a dynamic city whose heritage can be discovered during a pleasant leisurely walk. Following the enigmatic route proposed by the city, discover Fort Vauban and its green theatre, the Gabriel Peri fountain, the former episcopal palace, the Saint-Jean-Baptiste cathedral and the Tempéras arenas. On the hill of the Hermitage which dominates the territory of Alès stands a chapel built in the 11th and 12th centuries. Several museums can be visited in Ales: modern and contemporary art, fine arts and archaeology are in the spotlight. Shaded parks welcome your desires for a walk: that of the Old Tower, the Colombier, the Conilhères or the Bosquet.
The Domaine de Gaujac is ideally located in the Gard, only 14 km from Alès. A 20-minute drive is all it takes to reach the capital of the Cévennes. Follow the Chemin de la Madeleine until you reach the D 246A. Then turn right on the departmental road. At the exit of Bagard, turn left onto the D 324A (Vieille route d'Anduze). You can then continue on this road to enter Alès via the Quai de la Brigade du Languedoc which borders the Gardon d'Alès, or choose to turn left on Chemin du Bas Brésis to bypass the centre from the west and enter the city via the Quai Boissier de Sauvage to the north.