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This department has immense flatlands going from the Camargue, with the distinguishing relief of Causses and the Circus of Navacelle, to exceptional panoramas such as the Gorges of Gardon, the Pont du Gard and the Cévennes.

Protected areas are valued and there’s a firm will to conserve their identity. The bullfighting and equestrian cultures remain anchored in this absolutely unique French region. The festive spirit is embodied at the Ferias of Nîmes, and is felt during the votive festivals that happen all over the départment. The reputation of the wines of Camargue is not to be taken light-heartedly, and the varied cuisine is savoured in even the tiniest villages: the Bull Gardiane (herdsman), the Fougasse of Aigues-Mortes, rouille, tapenades...

Gard fact file
Land rea: 5 853km2
Population: 718 357 
Population density: 121km2 
Main town: Nîmes

Local property styles
This region is valued for its secondary residences because there is a variety of availability in terms of studios, marinas with strong rental potential, farmhouses, stone houses as well as modern ones.

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