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Located on the left bank of the Gardon River, Collias owes its origins to the Greeks. They and later settlers left their mark on many places in the area:

Paleolithic cave occupation, Roman and then pagan and early Christian traces (Eremitage).

Hiking: The European hiking trails GR6 and GR63 take course directly in front of house.

Highly recommended places:

  • La Baume St Vérédéme (about 1 hour and 30 minutes walk). You can either walk at the riverline of the Gardon or hike over the adjoining hills.
    Gorgious spot in the heart of the Gorges du Gardon:
    historical place, (chapel and the cave St Vérédème).
  • L’Ermitage  (about 1 hour walk). Its cave occupied from the Neolithic era by successive hermits, its magnificent fresco and Notre Dame de Laval chapel built on the site of a Paien temple. link
  • Pont du Gard  (3,9 Km). link