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Price and Availability Index in Gard
Holiday Letting Price Information in Gard
The graph shows average prices of holiday lettings in Gard for the next twelve months. in Gard, prices rise to around £119 (13/07 - 20/07). The week with the lowest average prices is in April (06/04 - 13/04).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Gard
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Gard. The week with the least available rentals is in February (23/02 - 02/03), with only 59% of the rentals available. Conversely, 80% of the lettings are still available during a week in September (21/09 - 28/09).
The Weather in Gard
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 3°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Roman ruins and pink flamingos aren't far from Gard holiday lettings
Ancient Roman landmarks, fortified towns, national parks, and contemporary music festivals await near holiday lettings in the department of Gard in Southern France.
Roman ruins and Romanesque churches
Nîmes' Roman buildings jostle with its contemporary skyline. These monuments dominate central Nîmes, and some, such as the 2,000-year-old amphitheatre, are still in use today. Bullfights in the ancient venue draw thousands of visitors. The Maison Carrée is an incredibly well-preserved Roman temple dating to 5CE.
Amid the celebrated vineyards of Languedoc-Roussillon sits the medieval town of Sommières. Equidistant between Montpellier and Nîmes, the town boasts a fascinating historic centre. Wander around the Saturday market, held here for the past 800 years. Some of the most attractive Romanesque architecture in the area can be found in the small town of Saint-Gilles.
Flamingos and fishing harbours
The Cévennes National Park is a UNESCO-protected nature reserve. Wander its rugged ravines and meadows, and spot forty different species of orchid. Lynx, wolf, and beaver are among its native species. Don't miss the caves of Dargilan and Bramabiau, and the Chaos de Nimes-le-Vieux, where water has created strange forms in the limestone.
If you fancy basking in the sun, you can stop in at the coastal resort of Le Grau-du-Roi. The town is situated on a canal, which you can explore by boat if you wish. The fishing harbour and canal promenade are some of the most colourful areas of the town. Famous white horses and flamingos wander the marshlands of the Camargue Natural Regional Park nearby.
Festivals in le Gard
Every July, Festival Lives au Pont brings contemporary music lovers together for a star-studded programme of electronica and hip hop's biggest names. The festival also supports local talents and draws thousands to this UNESCO World Heritage destination. Look out for fabulous fireworks on Bastille Day, and the world-famous Tour de France.
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