The 44 villages

From Pont-Saint-Esprit to Tavel, along the Tave, Cèze and Ardèche rivers, perched on hilltops or nestled in hidden valleys, forty-four picturesque Provence Occitane villages built of stone and wood are waiting to help you discover and relive the history of the region.

To make your village visits particularly enjoyable, in partnership with the Randoland walking website and its mascot "Inspector Rando", we have concocted seven entertaining discovery trails for young and old walkers at emblematic locations and villages.  

You can get the guides for free at Tourist Offices or download them from this website:
https://www.provenceoccitane.com/randoland
 
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Carsan
A great place to recharge your batteries. Want to chill out in a quiet place? Carsan is a perfect spot to take a break from the hustle and bustle and...
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Pont-Saint-Esprit
Pont-Saint-Esprit is located on the Rhône where it enters Provence, at its confluence with the Ardèche river.
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Saint-Montan
This exceptional fortress and village has been restored and rebuilt stone by stone using traditional materials and building techniques thanks to ...
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Chusclan
A medieval setting between river and vineyards
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La Roque-sur-Cèze
When visiting, do keep in mind this local saying: “Quau vai a La Ròca, se i cròca”, in other words: “You come to La Roque, you find your ...
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Montclus
Nestled between some hills and green valleys, the village of Montclus managed to keep the subtle balance between a touristic attraction and an ...
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Goudargues
The café terraces come to life with the first rays of summer, the markets, or at night on Fridays, offering this green gem some of the most pleasant ...