Located at the meeting point of the Cévennes, Provence and Languedoc, the medieval village of Vézénobres is unique and picturesque
Perched on the side of a hill, the village represents the architectural ages in the history of the region between the XIth and the XVIIIth centuries.
The architecture and the sculpted decorations of the tall house frontages are often compared to art works. Although the fabulous heritage of this former stronghold is first seen from the streets, the inner courtyards extend this sumptuouness. Some of them harbour charming gardens with luxuriant vegetation.
- Strong and enclosure of the twelfth century.
- House of Adam and Eve (XV c.)
- Castle Thoiras (XIV c.)
- Sabran door (early thirteenth century.)
- National Collection of fig trees (755 trees)