Within the region of Vézénobres, you are only 10 minutes from the picturesque commune of St privat des vieux.
Just twenty minutes away is the town of this region, Vézénobres town, a gorgeous, peaceful collection of ancient cobbled streets, stone churches, and medieval Romanesque houses.
The old Roman city of Nîmes is only 40 minutes by car, and is also the location of the nearest airport. Often referrred to as the French Rome, Nimes is as a must see for those with an interest in history. Countless incredibly well preserved relics remain from the Roman Empire, including the ancient aqueduct bridge at Pont de Gard, the Roman temple of Maison Carree, and of course the best preserved Roman amphitheatre in France dating back to the 1st or 2nd century AD.
Around 30 minutes away by car, at the source of the Eure, lies the medieval commune of Uzes. The 11th century Tour Fenestrelle is a 42 metre high Romanesque tower that is the definitive landmark, and a must see on a trip to Uzes. The Saturday night market is also famous across the region, selling locally produced food, clothing and plenty of touristy delights.