Uzès is one of best preserved and most meticulously renovated towns in the South of France. It’s in the Gard département, 29 miles west of Avignon near the majestic Pont du Gard — an aqueduct bridge built in A.D. 60 by the Romans to supply water to Nimes — and has some superb Renaissance architecture.
“Uzès was a Huguenot (Protestant) stronghold during the 16th century, and a certain liberal live-and-let-live tradition runs very deep here,” Beghin said. “We love the relaxed friendly atmosphere of this town.”
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