Walk around medieval Uzès – Sometimes, especially after a rain shower, there’s nothing nicer than wandering around an ancient town or city and stopping for a restorative coffee. So it was after we had visited the famous nearby Pont du Gard, the Roman aqueduct supplying water to Nîmes. Uzès in the Gard, Southern France, has had many lives and was once the northernmost outpost of Muslim Spain. Known for its cloth making – denim being their particular speciality – and liquorice making – there’s medieval towers, a physic garden – even a teddy bear workshop – so no surprise that Haribo is nearby too. Oh and lovely cafés offering a welcome oasis, serving a great cup of coffee. Charmante.
Photography: Sue Lowry
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