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In the lower hills of Nîmes, a stone's throw from the Tour Magne which dominates the city, this property has been freshly renovated to become a family home but also a place to welcome our friends and guests.

Our 3 guest rooms including the Mazet (small independent house) made with taste await you to stay in a quiet, spacious and intimate environment overlooking the infinity pool and its Poolhouse.
Discover this magical place in the middle of the lush greenery, lulled by the song of birds.

Opening of the season on April 11, 2023.

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The places not to miss

Maison carrée à Nîmes, endroit où dormir à proximité


This work is the only temple in the ancient world completely preserved. Completed in the year 2 of our era, it owes its exceptional state of conservation to a constant use over the centuries: consular house, stable, apartment, church and museum.


They were built at the end of the 1st century AD during which time the Romans occupied the city, on the model of the Coliseum in Rome. Shows are organized in the arenas such as bullfights, it is also possible to visit throughout the year these best preserved arenas in the world.

The Pont du Gard

This work is a remnant of the famous Roman aqueduct, was built under Emperor Claudius around 50 AD. It spans the Gardon river and ensures the continuity of the Roman aqueduct that led the water from Uzès to Nîmes, it is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Visiter la Camargue, à côté de Nîmes, Gard


The Camargue National Park and the wild beaches of Espiguette are just a 40-minute drive away as well as the walled town of Aigues-Mortes built in the 13th century; Montpellier Méditerranée airport is also equidistant.


Uzès dominates the valley of the Eure, this river that fed the city of Nîmes in Roman times. You will recognize its silhouette at first glance, with its perfectly preserved medieval architecture and in particular the old Saint-Théodorit cathedral and its Fenestrelle tower, the secret gardens, the ducal castle also called the Duchy, the medieval streets ...


30 km from Nîmes, the City of Arles is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its Roman monuments, in particular the arena, the ancient theatre or the Baths of Constantine. The Réattu and Arles antique museums, the Van Gogh Foundation as well as Luma Arles, the new Cultural Centre inaugurated in 2021 will give you some keys to learn more.