The visual and cultural imprint of Rome is omnipresent in Gard. Besides Arenes de Nimes and the Musee de la Romanite, here are four other sites worth seeing.
Barjac, Montclus and La Roque-sur-Ceze are three Gard villages rich in history and charm. Rather miraculously, they are also free of tourists.
Languedoc-Roussillon, in the department of Gard, offers much of what travelers love about Provence, with the added allure of being unspoiled and uncrowded.
Gard's restaurant scene has quietly developed into one of the best and most reasonably priced in France. Here are nine places we recommend.
From open-air markets to covered food markets, Gard has no shortage of places in which to shop. It's a great place to buy lavender, linens, baskets and more.
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc marks its 150th birthday this year. In celebration, its three restaurants will be redesigned and undergo a "gastronomic renewal."
Languedoc-Roussillon is one of France's most unspoiled destinations. Here is a sampling of the best restaurants, where chefs use the best from land and sea.
Quaint canals and storybook bridges thread under and over the cobbled streets, calling to mind Italy's floating city of Venice.
A Norway cruise, a train ride in Peru, kayaking in Washington State: These were just a few of our best experiences traveling this year.
The Mediterranean islands of France are some of the most beautiful and romantic destinations in the world. Here are 5 undiscovered gems.
In addition to some notable hotel restaurants, these were our favorite dining discoveries in Provence and on the Cote d'Azur.
The November Hideaway Report follows Andrew Harper's travels to France, where he finds eight new hotels to recommend.
The natural beauty that spurred the development of France’s Mediterranean coastline can still be found today, on the Var.
Charming bistros serving traditional Niçoise cuisine and haute Michelin-starred houses make a visit to Nice, France, worth a visit.
A video of our trip to the South of France as reviewed in the March 2014 issue of the Hideaway Report.
Beaches and bistros. Movie stars and modern art. Wine and wonder. The mystique of southern France lures millions of visitors each year.