Gard Culture and Events

Les Nautiques, Port-Camargue

14 - 17 April 2017

Secondhand boat trade fair. Over 600 boats, 250 exhibitors and 45,000 visitors expected. Plenty for serious mariners and those who are ‘just looking’ to enjoy. Tel: (00 33) 4 66 51 81 65

Mediterranean Day of the Olive Tree, Nimes

October 2017

Stands with demonstrations, talks, sampling and sales.

Festival of Ceramic Art, Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie

14 - 16 July 2017

Pottery is a tradition in the Uzege especially around Saint Quentin la Poterie. See porcelain, raku and varnished clay making.

Visit Anduze to see and purchase modern replicas of vases originally created for the gardens of sixteenth century nobles.

Feria, Nimes

31 - 5 June 2017

One of the largest festive events in France in which thinking, beliefs and tastes are mingled.

Annual St Louis Festival, Aigues-Mortes

End of August 2017

Free all day medieval re-enactment complete with horses, traditional food etc.

Mediterranean Day of the Fig, Vezenobres

Early October 2017

Feria, Aigues-Mortes

Early October 2017

Feria where Romany Gypsies from the Camargue come to town. Lively entertainment, dancing, and bull running through the streets. Visit St Jean du Gard Folk and Silk Museum to see objects of everyday life in the Cevennes - in particular chestnut farming and silkworm rearing. Tel: (00 33) 4 66 85 32 11

Le Petite Pépiniére, Caunes

Open access to all the gardens and guided visits in English available at 10am - 5pm Saturday. Lunch is available upon request . Live music and a number of exhibits including plants, English food products, metal work, ceramics and secondhand books by Cancer Support France.

Flea Market and Brocante, Saint-Bonnet-du-Gard

Takes place every Saturday at Place de la Fontaine from 06:00 to 13:00.

Please check precise details and dates with event organisers before making your holiday and travel arrangements.

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