• 231 chemin Montee de Rieu, Barjac, Gard 30430, France
  • +33 (0)6 49 34 81 30   FR | EN

On the border between Gard and Ardeche and situated between the Cèze River gorge and the Gorge des l’Ardèche, Barjac enjoys magnificent views of the Cévennes mountains all the way to Mont Aigoual and Mont Lozere. It is a small town but is classified as one of Frances villages of character.

Its remarkable heritage of architecture is rich with mansions, carved facades, squares, pretty old renovated houses of stone in the warm colours of Provence and charming alleyways where you can take advantage of the shade provided by a bistro terrace for refreshment.

It is a renaissance town where you will find several remarkable buildings: the remains of the 14th century ramparts, the castle of the Counts of Roure (16th century), the current town hall, the church and the Capuchin monastery.

The Area
Barjac Area Activities

The Area

Barjac is an excellent starting point for a huge range of tourist activities and numerous ancient villages and sites of natural beauty to be explored. You will find three villages classed among the 'most beautiful villages in France' nearby at Aiguèze, Montclus and La Roque-sur-Ceze.

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Low Season Cycling Group Packages
Cycling Group Packages

Low Season Cycling Group Packages

The Tour de France regularly passes through our area. The terrain includes flat plateau, mountainous climbs and the wilderness of the Ardeche. Villa Pastis provides a great base to cycle from.

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The Surrounding Area
Wider Region activities

The Surrounding Area

Barjac is perfect as a base to explore North into The Ardeche, East across the mighty Rhone river into Provence or South to the Mediterranean. We have listed just a few of the locations in the surrounding region you may wish to explore.

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Getting here