At about 70 kms from Nîmes, Montclus set up in a meander of Cèze river. The dungeon of the medieval castle still overlooks the village which has kept a part of the former Benedictine monastery built in the rock by the Templars. Surrounded by vineyards and fields of lavender, Montclus is nicely restored and offers to the visitors the charm of its small alleys with its white-stone houses, its covered ways, its stairs and its luxuriant vegetation.

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Information : Gard Rhodanien Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)4 66 82 30 02

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  • By the waterside : the river Cèze
  • Castles and ramparts : the dungeon
  • Unusual sights : remains of the monastery built in the rock

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