On the banks of the Rhône, with the rivers Cèze and La Tave flowing through it, Laudun is built on the side of a
hill, commanding superb views over the valley. Famed for its AOC wine, Laudun also harbours many architectural riches: the
acqueduct of Balouvière, the 18 hectares of the Camp de César (Caesar's camp - remains of a Roman village which
was inhabited for over a thousand years), the Gothic church of Notre-Dame la Neuve, which succeeded the Romanesque church of
Saint-Geniès. Nature lovers will enjoy walks on the trails and visiting the local vineyards.
What to see, what to visit: L'aven d’Orgnac, Uzès, Nîmes, the Pont du Gard.
Recommended activities: Walking, swimming, mountain biking.