Things to see and do - Beaucaire
Unmissable tourist sites
Beaucaire Travel guide
Beaucaire : Michelin's recommendations
The railway caused its decline but Beaucaire still bears the traces of its former prosperity and its old streets will lead you to the workshops of local craftsmen. The "sleeping beauty" is simply asking to come back to life!
Tourist attractions Beaucaire : Things to see and do
76bis r. de Nîmes F - 30300 Beaucaire
A signposted path leads to the chapel carved out of the rock which contains the tomb of St Roman. From the terrace, there is a fine view over the Rhône, Avignon and the Ventoux area with Tarascon in the foreground. On the way back down, note the vast..
Montée du Château F - 30300 Beaucaire
First built in the 11C, it was torn down on Richelieu's orders. It used to be protected by a wall, the trace of which you can still follow. As you go, you will discover the strange polygonal tower perched on a rocky spur, the façades dominating the s..
r. Ledru-Rollin F - 30300 Beaucaire
The convex façade and the pendentive cupola over the transept crossing inside are characteristic of a distinctive "Jesuit" style that produced some particularly striking buildings in Provence. In rue Charlier, a frieze incorporated into the..
1398 Chemin Clapas de Cornut F - 30300 Beaucaire
L'Oliveraie is just a 20-minute drive from the ancient Roman Gard Bridge. It offers 3-star accommodation and an outdoor swimming pool, just 25 km from Nîmes and Avignon. The air-conditioned rooms at L’Oliveraie feature a flat-screen TV and a private..
6, Quai du Général de Gaulle F - 30300 Beaucaire
Centrally located in the medieval city of Beaucaire, this hotel is set in a charming 17th century building. It features a terrace and a gastronomic restaurant with vaulted ceilings. Guestrooms at Hotel Les Doctrinaires are decorated with warm wooden..
67, av. de Farciennes. F - 30300 BEAUCAIRE
Prix Prices from : 60 €
Les Vignes Blanches is a charming hotel ideally located 2km from the historic centre of Beaucaire, between Avignon (23km), Nîmes (23km) and Arles (18km), straddling two regions boasting wondrous monuments, sunny scenery and tradition: Provence and Ca..