Hotels in Les Angles (Gard), France

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What's Les Angles like?

Les Angles is in the Gard (Languedoc-Roussillon region) of southern France, and approximately 18 miles from Nimes. The pretty village on the River Rhone is the perfect base for those who want to explore the Provence area, and Les Angles hotels are just 2 miles from Avignon where you can still see the remains of that famous 12th century bridge, the Pont St Benezet. Visit the Place de l'Horloge with its striking clock tower, or the Palace of the Popes which is one of the most outstanding examples of gothic architecture in Europe. Les Angles is the ideal setting for those who enjoy outdoor activities, and cycling and walking are popular. History enthusiasts will love being close to some of the most important Roman remains in Europe such as the Pont du Gard aqueduct just 11 miles from Les Angles, or the Roman theater and Triumphal Arch in nearby Orange.

Tips for Getting Along With Locals in Les Angles

Les Angles is a small village, and unlike large cities nearby, many of the residents don't speak English as a matter of course. It's worth brushing up on your French and learning a few useful phrases, and the locals are sure to appreciate your efforts. Les Angles hotels are close to several cafes and restaurants where you can join the locals over regional products like olives which are used to make delicious tapenade, or seafood like oysters and mussels from the nearby Camargue. Try clafoutis, a wonderful dessert made with cherries or other local fruit, and be sure to sample the region's excellent wine. You'll find more great ways to make your break special at along with a range of accommodation in Les Angles.