“Summer 2009 we did our first exchange with the Remola Family. The house is very nice, modern, well equipped and with many toys which made our children's stay very enjoyable. We spoke over the phone a lot before going there, so it seemed as if we had known each other. The area is beautiful and offers a great variety of choices for those who love sports. You can canoe, swim in the river, fish, walk, and visit many historic sites from their house. Nimes is good fun in summer time, since street music is organized every Thursdays in the streets. Rebecca and Eric did everything possible to make our stay smooth and even left a nice present for us and the children for our welcomming. They are very nice and reliable people and they will take care of your things as if they were theirs. We still keep in touch and the children mention their kids very often. If you are planning an exchange with them you will not regret. The Curia family many”
Eric's reviewsAs a host (2)
“The house is exactly in keeping with the description made and more: it is perfectly located in a residential area of a small village (Saint Anastasie) which has a local cafe', food shop and bakery. It was great for us to walk down to the village, buy our fresh bread and croissants and then (in typical French style) eat them over at the bar where we ordered our coffee. And, let's not forget the local pizzeria which cannot be missed as it is an unique/great adventure. Eric's and Rebbecca's home is exactly as described: quiet, comfortable and bright, with lovely big windows, lots of air and light. Their newly built swimming pool is a real plus to it all and we were able to thoroughly enjoy it on a sunny day. The whole area is stunning with its highlight in the close-by medieval town of Uzes (you just fall in love with it) and the entire Langdouc-Rousillion region is a MUST!! Upon our return, we found our own home exactly as we left it and we have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending the Remola family. Merci' Eric and Rebecca, un "excellente experience". Nora and Jeffrey”
Where is it?
Our village is edged by the river Gardon,which winds it's way down to the Gards most famous brige,"The Pont du Gard" ,built by the Roman's and Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. You can take a canoe from a nearby village and paddle gently down the Gardon ,a spectacular way to view the bridge.If your lucky ,you may spot the rare eagles nesting in the cliffs of the Gardon,which is also a popular spot for rock climbing. Close by you will find the historic market town of Uzes just a 10 minute drive, a 15 minute drive will take you to the Roman town of Nimes with its extensive Roman remains centring around the well preserved amphitheatre. The famous walled city of Avignon, featuring the "le pont d'Avignon" and the "Le Palais du Papes" is a 40 minute drive .The regions capital ,Montpellier, is located 45 minutes away, adjacent is a host golden beaches where you can soak up the warm sunshine. The Camargue is around a 30 min drive, located just to the south of Arles. With an area of over 930 km² (360 sq. miles), the Camargue is Western Europe's largest river delta, with exceptional biological diversity, and home to unique breeds of horses and bulls, and to more than 400 species of birds including pink flamingos. Our village is easily reachable from several airports, including Nimes, Montpellier, Marseille and Lyon and with the fast TGV link located in Nimes, Avignon and Montpellier. Just 3 hours by TGV to Paris.
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