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5 reviews


  • Pool
  • Kitchen
  • Air Conditioning
  • Washer


What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    11 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Uzes Golf
    22 min drive
  • Restaurant
    L'Enclos des Lauriers Roses
    15 min walk
  • Restaurant
    La Paline
    4 min drive
  • Airport
    Avignon (AVN-Caumont)
    43 min drive

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    About this area


    Located in Cabrieres, this vacation home is near theme parks and on a river. Notable landmarks in the area include Nimes Arena and Pont du Gard. Le Jardin Des Oules and Green Park La Ferme Enchantee are also worth visiting.

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    Popular Location

    What's nearby

    • Nemausus - 11 min drive
    • Nimes Cathedral - 12 min drive
    • Herbes Square - 13 min drive
    • Uzes Golf - 22 min drive
    • Pont du Gard - 43 min drive

    Getting around

    • Nimes Manduel-Redessan Station - 15 min drive
    • Montpellier (MPL-Montpellier - Mediterranean) - 45 min drive


    • L'Enclos des Lauriers Roses - 15 min walk
    • La Paline - 4 min drive
    • La Paline - 5 min drive
    • Artisan Boulanger Patisier - 7 min drive
    • Tabac Presse - 7 min drive

    About this property

    House in Cabrieres, Pool, Pont du Gard Aqueduct Bridge and Gardon Gorges

    Riverfront vacation home with private pool and kitchen
    Between Provence, Camargue and Cévennes, this is the place where the sun shines! Located in the heart of the guarrigue that deliciously smell thyme and rosemary, come to relax and enjoy the volumes of a spacious and bright home, surrounded by a large flowered garden and natural wooden areas. On a plot of more than 6000 sq.m, 4000 sq.m around the house are fenced. A private fenced parking is at your disposal. From June to September, the swimming pool, just for your use, will allow you to relax and refresh you. In your kitchen, we offer you all the necessary ingredients to cook sauces, grilled meals, and French dressings: oil from our olive trees, different fine vinegars, Provencal herbs... You are in the countryside but all the shopping facilities and services are very nearby (between 1 km in the village, and more than 4 km). Cabrieres, in Gard, enjoys a favoured location: - You will find plenty of paths to walk or to hike, by foot, cycling or by horse. Our garrigue is a very rich environment for its fauna and flora, with an interesting rural heritage: our clocháns, dry stone constructions. Gorges of Gardon are accessible by road, 7 km away: Collias, upriver from Pont du Gard Aqueduct Bridge, attracts fans of swim, canoes and especially rock climbing. Hiking or mountain bike, even from Cabrieres, give you access to wild parts of these gorges: as La Baume close to Poulx, where was rolled a part of The Wages of Fear movie, in particular the final scene with the fall of the truck... or Le Castellas, of which cliffs overlook the twists and turns of the river... - the jewel of these gorges is the majestic Pont du Gard Aqueduct Bridge, that cheerfully steps across Gardon river, from the top of its 48m and its 3 floors archways. Built almost 2000 years ago by Romans to bring water to Nimes (Némausus) and deserted at the VI century, this aqueduct-bridge miraculously has been spared by time and wars. You can tour around: - to the east, Rhone river, where flows into Gardon river, is the natural border between Languedoc and Provence: communication way taken since time immemorial, and Arles is built on its banks, real transit harbour for Roman boats, abundant in remains: after a Cesar's chest, a 31m long Roman barge dating back from 50/60 years before J.C., perfectly preserved, have been recently removed from the deep of the river and are exposed to Antique Museum: it is unique! ... Arles is also a new city, with a noteworthy museum and a festival receiving every year the most famous people of the photography. Few ten kilometres upriver, visit Avignon, with its battlements and Pope Palace and, in July, its famous theatre festival. - Then, the landscapes of Provence and Alpilles, steeped in a mythical light, wiped out by the rushing Mistral. So well represented by Van Gogh, they have pretty small cities such as Les Baux, St Rémy, etc - To the South: the wild Camargue will show its true colours (maybe?) to you. Moreover its very rich fauna and flora, you will be able to discover its passionate tradition of horses and bull farming. Here, we remove monuments to glorify them. Will you try bullfighting games and the race from the Camargue? you will wander in the alleyways of the fortified city of Aigues-Mortes while snacking its famous type of flat bread, then you will walk on the bustling wharfs of the typical fishing harbour of Grau du Roi, which offers to visit the aquarium. Nearby you will find the new city of La Grande-Motte, famous for its architecture. Finally, you will enjoy the nice sandy beaches: Espiguette, fiefdom of naturists, Saintes-Maries, fishermen's village, which in May caters the big gypsy pilgrimage with a lot of guitars and flamenco attractions, - to the West: a few minutes away from Cabrieres, you will find Nimes the Roman city (Némausus), and ideally located in the Via Domitia who crosses it to link Roma to Spain. Augustus made it at the 2nd century the window of the Roman influence in Gaul. It will be covered with monuments: the bull ring, the amphitheatre for 25 000 people, better preserved of all the Roman world, temples of Maison Carrée, of Diane, the Porte Auguste... Nimes, rich of its past, also knows to live in the actual time: the modern Nimes is proud of the achievements signed by famous architects and designers: its Carré d'Art museum designed by Norman Foster, Nemausus building from Nouvel, mausoleum from Starck, interior fittings from Wilmotte. Established in its history, the Pentecost Feria in Nîmes attracts the aficionados. Via Domitia, towards Montpellier, passes through the oppidum of Ambrussum, close to Lunel. The convoys of trolleys of Roman Army, the merchants crews have trampled its cobblestones. The mark of their passing can be seen in the ruts shaped in the stone. More to the west, about 50 km away, visit Montpellier, energetic city of Languedoc: old university city with the oldest Medicine faculty of France, dating back from 14th century, with its botanical gardens, and also actual city. We discover that the concrete can be great, when it's signed up by Ricardo Bofill, in Antigone area entirely created in the 80's, just a few metres away from the heart of the city, where classicism goes with modernity. - at the North of Cabrières: beyond Collias and Gardon river, it's Uzege region: Uzes, first French duchy saved from the deterioration by Malraux, its private mansions and archways square. Its picturesque market on Saturday is very sought after. The candy museum created by Haribo, on the place of a very old liquorize shop, attracts all the gourmand people, child and adults! Discover the medieval village of Castillon, one of the most preserved in the region, with its cobbled streets, its guard tower and its gargoyles. Furthermore to the east, visit Larroque-sur-Cèze, a real jewel with, on its foots, the imposing cooks of Jupiter carved in the rock by Ceze river. Not far, there is the village of Goudargues, also called the Venice of Languedoc, where the foliage lining the canals will refresh you. Do you wish a perched village? Going towards Lussan: a real nest for eagles on its peak with its battlement, its houses with balcony where we raised before silk farms. You are just a few metres away from the nearest mountain: the Mont Bouquet that culminates to 631m and offers on its top a 360 degree panorama, from Alps to Cevennes. The Cevennes region, about fifty km to the north of Cabrieres, offers a very wooden, green and fresh steep landscape: the Mont Aigoual, its moutaintop, 1 700m, can make a great hiking: the famous '4000 steps hiking'. At the foothills, the pretty small town of Anduze and its famous bamboo garden in Prafrance where you will have the feeling to be in Indonesia.
    Air-conditioned accommodations at this vacation home offer private pools and DVD players. Rooms open to patios. Accommodations offer separate living rooms. Kitchens offer refrigerators, stovetops, separate dining areas, and cookware/dishes/utensils.
    Bathrooms include showers and hair dryers. Additionally, rooms include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards.
    Recreational amenities at the vacation home include an outdoor tennis court.
    The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

    Property manager

    property manager

    Suzanne and Michel Reolon

    Speaks English, French

    Property amenities


    Near the beach


    Private pool


    Internet access

    Parking and transportation

    Onsite parking
    Car recommended

    Family friendly

    Crib/infant bed available


    Coffee/tea maker


    2 bedrooms
    Bed sheets provided


    2 bathrooms
    Shower only
    Hair dryer
    Towels provided

    Living spaces

    Living room
    Dining room


    TV with cable/satellite service
    DVD player
    Video library

    Outdoor areas



    Washing machine


    Air conditioning


    No pets allowed


    Smoke-free property

    Services and conveniences

    Iron/ironing board

    Location highlights

    On the river

    Things to do

    Outdoor tennis court
    Rock climbing nearby
    Scuba diving nearby
    Theme parks nearby
    Kayaking nearby
    Hiking/biking trails nearby
    Mountain biking nearby
    Ecotours nearby
    Snorkeling nearby
    Cave exploring nearby


    Sleeps 4
    Unit size: 1023 sq ft (95 sq m)



    Check-in time starts at 4:00 PM


    Check-out before 10:00 AM

    Special check-in instructions

    • Guests will receive an email from the property manager with check-in and check-out instructions.


    • Pets not allowed

    Children and extra beds

    • Children are welcome.
    • Cribs (infant beds) are available.

    Property payment types


    Important information

    You need to know

    Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.
    Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
      Onsite parties or group events are strictly prohibited.

    We should mention

    A car is recommended for transportation to and from this property.

    Property is also known as

    • House Cabrieres Pool Pont Gard Aqueduct Bridge Gardon Gorges
    • Cabrieres Pool Pont Gard Aqueduct Bridge Gardon Gorges Cabrières
    • Cabrieres Pool Pont Gard Aqueduct Bridge Gardon Gorges
    • House Cabrieres Pool Pont Gard Aqueduct Bridge Gardon Gorges
    • Cabrieres Pool Pont Gard Aqueduct Bridge Gardon Gorges Cabrières
    • House Cabrieres Pool Pont Gard Aqueduct Bridge Gardon Gorges
    • 678032
    • Cabrieres Pool Pont Gard Aqueduct Bridge Gardon Gorges


    5 - Excellent
    4 - Good
    3 - Okay
    2 - Mediocre
    1 - Poor

    5/5 Excellent

      Perfect holiday home

      This villa is fantastic! We stayed mid September as a young couple with our dog. The house looks exactly as it does in the pictures, the entire garden is completely fenced which is great. The house is very well equipped and I really couldn't fault anything. We've stayed at many villas but this is the first we will return to, we already requested a booking for next year. The loacation is very central to visit other towns, it's also close enough to a main road for convenience but you don't hear traffic and the view is outstanding. The hosts are very kind, they brought us some fresh figs and even fig jam! Any small issue we had they saw to it immediately but certainly leave you in peace to enjoy your stay. I really recommend this place to anyone! Thanks for a great stay Sharon & Michael Baeck

      5/5 Excellent

        Propriété magnifique

        Merci Suzanne et Michel pour votre accueil chaleureux et cordial. Nous avons passé un excellent séjour sur une propriété magnifique et dans une maison confortable et impeccable. Michel venait régulièrement pour l'entretien de la piscine et du jardin ce qui nous a permis d'échanger et d'obtenir des conseils pour visiter la région. Merci pour vos petites attentions. Nous gardons que de bons souvenirs de notre séjour à Cabrière. Carole et François Montréal, Québec

        5/5 Excellent


          Nous venons de passer 2 semaines dans un cadre merveilleux et dans une demeure très bien aménagée. Les propriétaires sont plus que gentils et accueillants. Merci à eux pour leur accueil. Depuis ce village vous avez accès à beaucoup de sites touristiques en /- 1 heure.

          5/5 Excellent

            Un petit eden sur terre

            Gîte magnifique sur une superbe propriété, fleurs et oiseaux foisonnent à souhait. la piscine est très bien entretenue, les propriétaires très serviables et très sympathiques.Situation idéale pour visiter la région.Nous y retournerons volontiers.

            5/5 Excellent

              Tolles Ferienhaus mit sehr sympathischen Vermietern

              Wir hatten als Familie mit zwei kleinen Kindern zwei wunderbare Wochen im Le Mazet Rouge. Das Haus und der Riesengarten sind sehr liebevoll eingerichtet und Michel und Suzanne kümmern sich sorgfältig um den Erhalt und die Sauberkeit. Unsere Kinder hatten viel Spass im grossen Garten und wir haben jeden Tag frisches Obst und Gemüse von den Vermietern geschenkt bekommen. Der Pool wird jeden Tag gereinigt und lädt zum Baden ein. Wir können dieses Haus nur empfehlen und kommen sehr gerne wieder! Ein grosser Dank an Michel und Suzanne. Julia und Marco.

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