La Calade - Version française
Bed & breakfast - Provence - The Calade in Saze

Access, Tourism and Activities

  La Calade
  6 chemin Puech de Soullié
  30650 Saze
  Tél. : +33(0)4 90 31 70 52
  Mobile : +33(0)7 80 01 40 38

La Calade - Saze
Come by road

If you are arriving from Nîmes, at the roundabout at the entrance of the village, make a U turn, follow the direction Nimes during 200 meters, slow down and take the 1st on the right, perpendicular to the national road. You will find us further along on the right.

If you are arriving from Avignon, at the roundabout at the entrance of the village, don't follow the directions for Saze which will take you to the centre of the village, it is straight on. Continue straight ahead on 200 meters and follow the direction Nimes. Then slow down and take the 1st on the right, perpendicular to the national road. You will find us further along on the right.

Come by train
Avignon TGV station : 15mn
Comme by plane
Airport Marseille Provence
Avignon 12 kms - Nîmes 30 kms
Pont du Gard 17 kms - Uzès 30 kms
Saint Rémy de Provence 35 kms

Tennis courts in the village
Canoeing-kayaking between Collias and the Pont du Gard
Bathing in the Gardon or Cèze river
Parachuting and gliders in Pujaut

Supermarket, Grocery, Bakery, Tobacco shop, Newsagent, Post office, Doctor and Hairdresser in the village.
Shopping center, Pharmacy and other shops at 8 km
Discovery Provence
Within 30 min. by car, many sites can be visited :
Avignon, city of art and once home to the Popes, famous for its theatre festival in July, the Palace and the gilded statue of the virgin, as well as the famous bridge stretching out over the Rhône river.
The historic sites of the region are also worth a visit: Nîmes and its arena, Arles and its architectural heritage, Orange and its Roman amphitheatre, Vaison la Romaine, and the Pont du Gard aqueduct, a great work dating from Antiquity.
The Provençal villages will charm you with their local atmosphere: St Rémy de Provence and its shaded sidewalk cafés where its nice to stop for a break, Uzès and its typical market on the medieval streets and Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, known for its antique dealers and its small river, along which you can stroll while hunting down a treasured object.
For lovers of old stone and Nature, the villages of the Alpilles, the alleys of Gordes, the château and old houses of Baux de Provence, the red ochre of Roussillon and the Gorges of the Gardon for a quick dip, are also very interesting to visit.

And, of course, the many wine cellars of the Côtes du Rhône where you can taste the wines of Châteauneuf du Pape, Tavel, Lirac ...
Provence Market
For a daylong excursion, several destinations are possible :
Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and the Grau du Roi will please those children who love building sand castles.

The Camargue, with its vast stretches by the sea, perfect for a gallop on horseback, its bull ranches and abundance of pink flamingoes.

The Lubéron, a mountain chain between the Alps and the Mediterranean, with its lavender fields stretching as far as the eye can see, its hilltop villages and its “bories”, old stone habitations and the atypical symbol of the region.
 crédit photos@Fizet,, François Lochon