Gard Provence


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Between Ceze and Ardeche rivers In the Cotes du Rhone Cevennes foothills Across the bridge from Avignon Near the Pont du Gard Around Uzes Tave river valley
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 village or monument :: Cesar's Camp Site of Gicon Oppidum Saint Vincent Tresques Connaux Le Pin Le Pin Sabran Bagnols sur Ceze Chusclan Saint Pols la Calm Gaujac La Capelle et Masmolene Saint Paul les Fonts Saint Victor la Coste Orsan Laudun-l'Ardoise
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Population :: 1806
festival ::
July 27,28,29,30
Town hall :: 04 66 82 01 17

Situated near Bagnols-sur-Ceze, Tresques is a largely agricultural district, concentrating especially on wine-making. There are numerous archeological sites that date from prehistoric times and from antiquity.
shops bakery, grocery-newsstand, café, tobacco shop, hair salon, and hotel-restaurant.
wine cooperative and private winery.
heritage The Romanesque chapel of St. Martin de Jussan, listed as a historical monument. La Tour de Guet, known as the Sarrasine. The chapel of St. Pierre de Castres. Ruins of the chapel of the Madeleine. The Château was originally a Roman fort. The fountains were built in 1832.
The church's choir dates from the 12th century.
history Numerous archeological sites attest to the presence of humans here in prehistoric times. Human habitation is also confirmed by the discovery of three sepulchral grottoes. The Gallo-Roman ruins (sculptures, coins, and sarcophagi) prove that the population was numerous and active during antiquity.
local products Wine