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Visited after viewing Pont du Gard. Tied in nicely with the history of Roman engineering in the region (we departed shortly after for the terminus in Nimes).
Other than the Roman remains, the park itself is gorgeous and the walk from the old town into...More
It is autumn and a beautiful time to walk in this valley and enjoy the autumn colours. We were staying in Uzes for a week and enjoyed walking here after lunch one day. If you want to enjoy the natural surrounds this is a very...More
When the sun shone on Easter Sunday we decided to walk here. What an amazing sight - families everywhere picnicking ( complete with beautiful tablecloths and small stoves) , children playing ball games, Dogs enjoying a free run. All with the historic backdrop of the...More
This is a peaceful park right on the outskirts of Uzes and is perfect for a walk or a picnic lunch. Always busy but never crowded. Some days you can watch hot air balloons being prepared for flight. Great for dog walking. A rope bridge...More
Eure is a spring where the romans catch the water for te acqueduc to Nimes over the "Pont du Gard".
So it is an historic place, with many remains of the time.
It is also a nice and green valley where you can walk in...More
We walk in the Vallee D'Eure most Sundays and it is one of the regions great little secrets. You can walk , often without seeing more than a handful of people, for several kilometres beside the river, accross the meadow, and through the ancient trees....More
We have been to the park many times - some great Roman ruins of the aquaduct that ran to the Pont du Gard to supply water to Roman Nimes are to be found - plus an exercise circuit and some great walks. The steps down...More
There are multiple ways to reach the park. We unknowingly chose the most difficult of steep rocky track lined with thistles. But the discovery of the Roman bathhouse and the river and the aqueduct made it worthwhile. A very kind young man showed us a...More
Anyone wanting to plan their trip to Uzes is likely to be confused by the title of this attraction which should be La Fontaine d'Eure or Les Sources d'Eure as there is no river called the Eure in this part of France!