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We are delighted to welcome you to Villa Vicha, our corner of paradise in Aubais, 30 minutes from Nîmes and Montpellier. Our establishment is a haven of peace surrounded by nature where you can stay in our Danish wooden chalets, offering a unique and independent experience. We offer many services to enhance your weekend, vacation or business trip.

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Discover the riches of our region
A situation of choice

Between Nimes and Montpellier
An ideal base

Located in the charming village of Aubais, Villa Vicha benefits from a privileged location, between the sea and the mountains, in an exceptional natural environment. Only 30 minutes from Nîmes and Montpellier, you can easily discover the riches of these two emblematic cities in the south of France. 

But that's not all, since our establishment is also close to the beaches of the Mediterranean, which can be reached in around 30 minutes. And for lovers of hiking and mountain activities, the Cévennes are only an hour and a half away. 

The geographical location of Villa Vicha is ideal for those who wish to discover the wonders of the Gard and its surroundings while enjoying a soothing natural setting and atypical and comfortable accommodation.

The Roman vestige Gard's Bridge

The Pont du Gard, emblematic monument of the region, is a Roman aqueduct built more than 2000 years ago. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its exceptional architecture. Visiting the Pont du Gard is an unmissable experience for anyone wishing to discover the ingenuity of its designers and the unique natural setting that surrounds it.

A medieval town Sommieres

Sommières, a small city of character, was built around the Vidourle river. In antiquity, in the first century AD. JC, the Roman Bridge was built under the orders of Emperor Tiberius. This work of 21 arches and almost 200 meters allows the Roman Way, linking Nîmes to Toulouse, to span Vidourle. Today, this bridge is one of the few inhabited bridges in Europe, like the Ponte Vecchio.
Established on the rocky outcrop since the 11th century, the castle has undergone many assaults and transformations of which some visible elements remain. First occupied by the Bermond family of Anduze and Sauve, Louis IX took possession of it in the 13th century. He made it a veritable fortress, endowed it with a chapel which, over time, underwent many alterations, linked to the wars of religion. Protestants, especially women, were prisoners there, and soldiers stayed there.
Nowadays, guided by a creative and playful scenography in the chapel, the public discovers the history of the city and the castle by going back in time...
Today, part of the town of Sommières is classified as a protected area, and a heritage conservation and restoration policy has been put in place. 

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“French Rome” Nimes

Nîmes, nicknamed the "French Rome" because of its many ancient remains, is a city rich in history and heritage. Only 24 kilometers from Villa Vicha, it is an essential stopover for lovers of culture and architecture. Do not miss to visit the Arena of Nîmes, the Temple of Diana or the Maison Carrée, one of the best preserved temples of Antiquity. The cobbled streets of the center are full of charming shops, typical restaurants and welcoming terraces for a sunny gourmet break.

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And its famous place of comedy Montpellier

Montpellier is a dynamic and lively city, located just 37 kilometers from Villa Vicha. Known for its medieval architecture and cobbled streets, it is also famous for its student life, festive atmosphere and rich cultural heritage. The Place de la Comédie is the heart of the city, a lively place where you can stroll, go shopping or taste the local specialities. Montpellier is an essential cultural destination with its many museums, theaters and festivals throughout the year.

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The Camargue La Grande Motte, Le Grau du Roi and Aigues Mortes

Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, Le Grau du Roi (31 km), Aigues Mortes (25 km) and La Grande Motte (28 km) are three unmissable towns in our region. Le Grau du Roi is a charming fishing port, renowned for its fine sandy beach and its relaxed lifestyle. Aigues Mortes is a fortified medieval city, with its imposing ramparts and charming cobbled streets. Finally, La Grande Motte is a modern seaside resort, known for its original architecture and for its 7 kilometer fine sandy beach.

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The city of the popes Avignon

Located 71 kilometers from Villa Vicha, Avignon is a must-see city. The city is most famous for its imposing Palace of the Popes, a symbol of the power of the Catholic Church in the Middle Ages. Strolling through the cobbled streets of the old town allows you to discover many other architectural gems, such as the Pont Saint-Bénézet, the Calvet museum or the Place de l'Horloge. Avignon is a leading cultural destination, thanks in particular to its famous theater festival, which takes place every summer.

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For all ages Outdoor activities

Villa Vicha is ideally located for nature lovers and outdoor activity enthusiasts. The surroundings offer a multitude of activities, in particular hiking or cycling through the natural paths, climbing in the surrounding mountains or even discovering the magnificent Gardon gorges by canoe. Golf enthusiasts can also take advantage of the region's world-renowned courses, such as the Golf de Nîmes Vacquerolles or the Golf de Montpellier Massane.