Vallee D'eure

Vallee D'eure, Uzes: Address, Vallee D'eure Reviews: 4.5/5

Vallee D'eure
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A Osio
5 contributions
Jan 2021 • Solo
No one here. Locals - who mostly are retirees -are not out and about. This place screams for tourists.
Written January 19, 2021
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Jill Jones
Kerikeri, New Zealand440 contributions
Jun 2019
We strolled along the river bank enjoying the beautiful trees and the quietude.
We have been to Uzès many times but did not know this lovely park was there.
Written January 26, 2020
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Melissa I
London, UK14 contributions
Jul 2019
We walked down by the swimming pool which was a nice easy track from town, steps but wide and flat, having picked up some supplies at the organic shop nearby Gaiffier Jean-Claude. There are lots of picnic tables along the river and the kids loved the little suspension bridge. If you turn right after crossing at the suspension bridge, there's also a fab paddling spot for children which is fully shaded. We didn't find 'the source' unfortunately as it was too hot to walk too far, and there were no signs, but it was beautifully tranquil.
Written July 26, 2019
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XKSue
Ludlow, UK301 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
I recommend approaching by car or if walking down the path by the swimming pool. The walk down Chemin Andre Gide down to the river is steep and uneven. OK if you are fit and have suitable shoes.
Written March 4, 2019
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paulmal33
7 contributions
Oct 2018 • Family
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 the valley is an excellent descent.
If you have the time while in Uzes it is well worth the visit.
Written October 28, 2018
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Travel_addict13_10
Australia569 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
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 calm, peaceful and aesthetically pleasing space.
Written October 10, 2018
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Valf50
Melbourne, Australia35 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
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 beginning of the Roman aqueduct. A large family from Algeria offered us some of their Easter cake as we passed. It was a blissful & tranquil afternoon which we will always remember
Written April 7, 2018
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Bryanbusy
North Vancouver, Canada20 contributions
Nov 2017 • Friends
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 was carried off by flooding 2 years ago but the foot bridge survives for those who make the trek directly down from the parking lot in Uzes. Geese and swans are full time residents in the small river. A nice getaway from the tourist crush
Written December 1, 2017
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TanitNimes_France
Nimes, France92 contributions
Feb 2016
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 the shadow of the big trees.
Very refreshing in the summer heat.
Written January 5, 2017
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Airportroamer
Uzes, France86 contributions
Oct 2016 • Friends
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. Stop at the old mill building and see the flood levels that can ravage the valley, dating back to the 1700s. If you want peace and tranquility in a beautiful setting, don't miss this place.
Written October 22, 2016
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