Gigi à Uzès is a charming home, recently restored on a delightful, protected street in the historic center of Uzès, itself a picture-perfect, South of France Renaissance town, famed for twice weekly markets, its culture, festivals, food, wine and a lifestyle to delight you. Stay awhile in this real home and you will soon feel like a local, browsing the shops, walking to restaurants, and sipping wine in the Place aux Herbes, or on the Boulevard. Buy your daily baguette or your croissants at the award winning “boulangerie’, named best in France! And bread in France has a pretty high bar!
This three-story house offers 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, a modern and well equipped eat-in kitchen, which exits to the courtyard for summer dining in “Plein Air” A charming living room, and airy spaces, make you feel at home, while wood-beamed ceilings, and terracotta floors remind you of the history of the setting. The home is on one of the most charming streets in Uzès. Quiet but beautiful.
Numerous attractive villages are in the surroundings of Uzès, and walks or bike rides or drives through the many vineyards to these ancient villages add to the unforgettable experience of staying at Gigi à Uzes.
You will not want to miss the nearby Pont du Gard, arguably the best-preserved Roman Aqueduct anywhere, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Further afield lie all of the glorious attractions of Provence and the Languedoc. The historic city of Nîmes, with its remarkable Roman Arena and the Maison Carrée Roman temple, and lovely fountain gardens is only 25 minutes away. Avignon the City of the Popes on the River Rhone is 40 minutes away.
Within an hour’s drive lie ancient Arles, lovely St. Remy-de-Provence, dramatic Les Baux-de Provence, the Mediterranean Sea and the Camargue, as well as thriving Montpellier. A bit further away, you will enjoy Aix-en-Provence, Cassis, Marseille, and the Luberon.
Take the time to breathe in the scents of the South, the lavender and thyme, jasmine, rosemary , and the garrigue. Explore the cafes and the markets and the multi-faceted experience of living Provence and its backwaters, enjoying the scenery, the history, the food and the wines. You will be captivated.