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Florence Leclerc
Chemin des écoliers


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Nestled in the sunny du Gard region, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, sits a beautifully restored former wine farm awaiting its guests. This enchanting establishment seamlessly blends the timeless allure of ancient stones with the comforts of modern materials, creating a haven in the South that will surely bring a smile to your face. With its charming garden, inviting courtyard, and refreshing swimming pool, this place offers a delightful retreat. The tastefully decorated rooms, each named after evocative flavors like Slate, Raspberry, Vanilla, and Chocolate, provide a pleasant and inviting living space. Indulge in the delicious breakfast and dinner offerings that are sure to satisfy even the most discerning gourmands. The atmosphere here is simple, yet warm, inviting you to relax and unwind. Don't miss the opportunity to experience the unique allure of this "quince" – it's truly a sight to behold.


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  • Pont du Gard: Located approximately 15 kilometers north of Chemin des écoliers, Pont du Gard is an ancient Roman aqueduct and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is an impressive architectural marvel that spans the Gardon River, offering stunning views and opportunities for hiking and picnicking.
  • Nîmes: Situated around 25 kilometers southwest of Chemin des écoliers, Nîmes is a city renowned for its well-preserved Roman architecture. The Nîmes Arena, Maison Carrée, and the Temple of Diana are some of its notable landmarks. Visitors can also explore the charming old town, stroll along the Jardins de la Fontaine, or visit the modern art museum, Carré d'Art.
  • Uzès: Located approximately 18 kilometers east of Chemin des écoliers, Uzès is a medieval town known for its rich history and picturesque streets. The town features a beautiful Renaissance-style castle, the Duchy of Uzès, which is open to the public. Visitors can also explore the lively market square, Place aux Herbes, and visit the Cathedral of Saint-Théodorit.
  • Avignon: Situated around 40 kilometers northwest of Chemin des écoliers, Avignon is famous for its well-preserved medieval ramparts and the Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes). The city offers a captivating blend of history, art, and culture. Visitors can explore the narrow streets of the old town, visit the Notre-Dame des Doms Cathedral, and stroll along the Rhône River.
  • Aigues-Mortes: Located approximately 75 kilometers southwest of Chemin des écoliers, Aigues-Mortes is a fortified town surrounded by impressive walls. The town's medieval architecture and rich history make it a popular tourist destination. Visitors can walk along the ramparts, visit the Tower of Constance, and explore the charming streets filled with shops and restaurants.
  • Les Baux-de-Provence: Situated around 100 kilometers southeast of Chemin des écoliers, Les Baux-de-Provence is a picturesque village perched on a rocky outcrop. The village offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and is known for its impressive ruins of a medieval fortress. Visitors can also explore the narrow streets filled with art galleries, boutiques, and traditional Provencal houses.
  • Arles: Located approximately 40 kilometers southwest of Chemin des écoliers, Arles is a historic city with well-preserved Roman and Romanesque monuments. It is famous for its ancient amphitheater, the Arles Arena, and its association with the artist Vincent van Gogh. Visitors can explore the Van Gogh Foundation, visit the Roman Theater, and wander through the charming streets lined with colorful houses.

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