Emile Garcin Uzès & Camargue is housed within the walls of the Hôtel Baron de Catille, located on the Place de l’Evêché and overlooked by the Saint-Théodorit cathedral and the towering Tour Fenestrelle. Originally constructed in the 13th century, the building was the subject of an 18th century makeover that resulted in the addition of colonnades, balconies, a gallery and several water features. Two centuries down the line, it would become the accommodation of choice for the likes of Georges Braque, Fernand Léger, Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso during their stays in Uzès, a reflection of the city’s outstanding architectural and cultural heritage. From the city’s famous headland and its numerous feudal towers, to the plains of Camargue and their thatched cottages, farmhouses, lighthouses and listed châteaux, Emile Garcin is proud to present its exclusive range of luxury real estate among the region’s heaths, olive trees and vines. Close your eyes and imagine a typical Provence farmhouse with outbuildings and a swimming pool arranged around a period courtyard, a Renaissance-era town mansion in the centre of Uzès with a hanging garden, a U-shaped 16th century estate with vast grounds featuring stables and rivers, or a listed château in Camargue just a few kilometres from the beach. These are unique properties that are specially designed to meet even the most demanding of expectations.