This village is situated on the former Roman road that linked the Mediterranean
and the central regions of France -- a road whose remains can be seen in the
charming bridge over the Claysse.
A vacation resort and a special place for relaxation, it can offer visitors wooded
hills, colorful plains, and wild beaches on the banks of the Cèze.
While strolling in its shaded alleyways, history lovers will not fail to admire
the Clock Tower with its unusual varnished roof.
||Hotels, restaurants, bars, tobacco shop,
bakery, grocery, butcher shop, hair salon, florist,
pharmacy, medical and dental practice
||History lovers will be fascinated by the ancient houses and
streets, the charming Roman bridge over the Claysse, the clock tower with
its unusual roof made of varnished tiles, the Romanesque chapel of Avéjan.
||Saint Jean de Maruéjols was once called Saint Jean
des Anels, because this village was renowned for its production of one
type of ornament: rings for horses' manes!