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The town of Uzes is in southern France just inland from the Mediterranean Sea. The city center features narrow streets and 17th-century houses, including the famed, "window house". Other historical buildings include the Duke's castle and a few other towers dating back to the early medieval period. Nearby are a series of caves with connection to some of the earliest inhabitants of the area. Be sure that you return to one of's fabulous hotels for the night for as long as you decide to stay in Uzes. No matter your budget, you'll be able to find the perfect hotel for you with accommodations ranging from one to five stars. So visit and start exploring the city of Uzes.

What's Uzes Like?

The historical center of Uzes features a narrow boulevard surrounded by 17th-century homes and is the sight of the town market, which takes place twice a week. An Italian stone tower known as the "window house" is a remarkable architectural feat with arched windows running up the side of the 140-foot-tall building. An early medieval castle known as the Duke's Castle can be found in Uzes and dates to the early medieval period. The castle remains in relatively good condition and is open for tours. Within its walls, the castle is furnished with medieval furniture, and offers a wonderful view of the Uzes from the dungeon. North of Uzes at La Cocaliere, you can find a series of cave networks and rock formations that are some of the most stunning in France. Evidence of prehistoric habitation has been found within the cave's confines, likely dating back to the first human inhabitants in the area.

Tips for Getting Along With the Locals in Uzes

Restaurants are popular in the region and Uzes' proximity to the Mediterranean allows for a wide range of seafood dishes including oysters and mussels. As one would expect, the dominant language in Uzes is French. Even if you're not a fluent speaker, learning a few basic phrases can be advantageous. Opening conversations in the native tongue will often elicit a friendlier and more helpful response from locals. Whether you spend your days in the Uzes' historic center or exploring the cave networks, can help you find the perfect accommodation. On's website you can examine high resolution photos of all of's partners as well as read independent reviews left by previous visitors. To reserve a room with, visit or download their free smartphone mobile app and receive exclusive deals sent directly to your phone.