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La Grotte de Trabuc

Trabuc Cave has been known since time immemorial, since prehistoric times. More recently, the Huguenots used it as a hiding place. Today, no less 70,000 tourists visit this essential element in the Cévennes’s heritage. This cavern offers the magic of its waters, lakes and cascades. Opened the first day of the school holidays in February…
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Jardin Arboretum de Bonsaï

Unique in Europe, the Jardin Arboretum de Bonsaï and the Bergerie des animaux miniatures invite you to discover the art and nature of Japan. One of the most important collections of centuries-old pine trees and mountain yews, as well as areas dedicated to the peace and tranquillity of Japanese gardens: tsukiyama, chaniwa, kare sansui, the…
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Parc Parfum d’Aventure

Adventure course in the trees amongst a natural site by the Gardon river: 8 levels of difficulty, over 150 ground and tree games for all ages and interests. Activities on offer include: swimming in the river, maze, trampolines, mini farm, giant games… First course available from 3 years old. Maximum safety. Dogs allowed on a…
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Le Musée du Désert

History of Protestantism and the Camisards in the Cévennes In the heart of a typical Cévenol hamlet, in the home where the Camisard leader was born Rolland, the Museum’s 15 rooms present the history of Protestantism and the Camisards in the Cévennes from the 16th to the 18th centuries. Open every day from 1 March…
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