Boasting an endless network of hiking trails giving visitors access to its abundance of hidden treasures, the region of the Cévennes is blessed with a series of simply epic geographical features that never fail to ignite the senses of its visitors. Enthused by a donkey-back voyage over the local hills, high above the valleys covered with chestnut trees, olive trees, blackberry bushes and vineyards marked out with stone walls, Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson dedicated his novel Travels with a donkey in the Cévennes to the region. The subsequent success of the book served as a springboard for the region’s development as a tourist destination. Thanks to Emile Garcin Cévennes & Languedoc – located within the walls of a magnificent former hotel at the foot of Uzès Cathedral and once frequented by the likes of Georges Braque, Fernand Léger, Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso – you can now discover luxury real estate equipped with simply outstanding facilities. From magnificent hamlets nestling in the foothills of the Cévennes Méridionales, to handsomely renovated farmhouses in secret locations hidden by the surrounding pines, green oaks and fruit trees, to majestic country properties in the neighbouring Aude region overlooking the coastline: these exclusive properties, with their outstanding facilities, offer you the perfect opportunity to possess your own personal piece of a region that is simply overflowing with character.