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Vestric-et-Candiac tourism and travel guide

Photo of Vestric-et-Candiac in Gard

Photo is of Nimes at 14 km from Vestric-et-Candiac

Visit Vestric-et-Candiac: highlights and tourist information

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Vestric-et-Candiac is situated in the Gard department and Occitanie region.

Popular places to visit nearby include Nimes at 14 km and Sommieres at 14 km. For more sites to visit and local tourist attractions see the map and listings below.

Vestric-et-Candiac, France: places to visit and attractions

Some of the places that we have visited and reviewed and can recommend when you are sightseeing close to Vestric-et-Candiac in Occitanie.

Note that all distances below are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater!



at 14 km (direction north-east)

Nimes contains some of the most complete ancient Roman monuments to...

See Nimes guide


at 14 km (direction west-north-west)

Adults will enjoy seeing the many historic monuments in Sommieres, although...

See Sommieres guide


at 20 km (direction south-south-west)

The remarkable town of Aigues-Mortes is a fortified town that retains...

See Aigues-Mortes guide
La Grande-Motte

La Grande-Motte

Seaside resort at 24 km (direction south-west), in the Herault department

The 1960's architecture gives La Grande-Motte its unique character,...

See La Grande-Motte guide
Le Grau-du-Roi

Le Grau-du-Roi

Seaside resort at 25 km (direction south-south-west)

Le Grau-de-Roi is one of the most eastern, and one of the...

See Le Grau-du-Roi guide


at 30 km (direction east), in the Bouches-du-Rhone department

The roman amphitheatre and the traditional pastel-painted houses in the...

See Arles guide
Roman Arles

Roman Arles

Heritage Site at 30 km (direction east), in the Bouches-du-Rhone department

The town of Arles contains numerous Roman monuments including...

See Roman Arles guide
Montpellier-Odysseum District

Montpellier-Odysseum District

at 31 km (direction west-south-west), in the Herault department

The Odysseum district of Montpellier is the vibrant modern new centre...

See Montpellier-Odysseum District guide


at 32 km (direction east)

Beaucaire is well situtaed for exploring the popular towns of...

See Beaucaire guide
Pont du Gard

Pont du Gard

Heritage Site at 32 km (direction north-east)

The Pont-du-Gard is a 2000 year old Roman aquaduct, an extraordinary...

See Pont du Gard guide
Chateau de Tarascon

Chateau de Tarascon

Castle at 33 km (direction east), in the Bouches-du-Rhone department

The Chateau de Tarascon is an imposing 15th century castle on...

See Chateau de Tarascon guide


at 33 km (direction north-north-east)

The medieval centre of Uzes is interesting to explore, then...

See Uzes guide


at 33 km (direction east), in the Bouches-du-Rhone department

Tarascon is a pleasant town with a substantial castle on the Rhone...

See Tarascon guide
Montpellier-Antigone District

Montpellier-Antigone District

at 33 km (direction west-south-west), in the Herault department

In the Antigone district of Montpellier you can see several exeptional examples...

See Montpellier-Antigone District guide

... or see ALL recommended places to visit in Gard

Map of places to visit near Vestric-et-Candiac


Markets in and near Vestric-et-Candiac

  • Vergeze: market Thursday (3km)
  • Vauvert: market Wednesday & Saturday (6km)
  • Calvisson: market Sunday (7km)
  • Aimargues: market Tuesday & Sunday & Friday (8km)
  • Marsillargues: market Tuesday (11km)
  • Lunel: market Thursday & Sunday (12km)
  • Nimes: market Wednesday & Tuesday & Monday all day & Friday (14km)
  • Sommieres: market Saturday (15km)
  • Saint-Gilles: market Thursday & Sunday (16km)
  • Manduel: market Wednesday (19km)

More information about Vestric-et-Candiac, Languedoc-Roussillon

Tourist attractions near Vestric-et-Candiac, France

What to do at Vestric-et-Candiac? Some places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Vestric-et-Candiac.


  • Mare Nostrum (32km)

Grand sites of France

Heritage sites

Most beautiful villages in France

(see also beautiful French villages)

National Monuments

Recommended detour towns (fr: plus beau détour)

Regional Natural Parcs

  • Alpilles (44km)

Churches and religious monuments

  • Eglise et cloitres de Saint Trophime, Eglise de Saint-Honorat des Alycamps (Arles) (30km)
  • Abbaye Notre Dame de Montmajour (Arles) (33km)
  • Cathédrale Saint-Théodorit et Fenestrelle Tower (Uzes) (33km)
  • Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Repos de Montfavet (Avignon) (50km)

Remarkable gardens

  • Jardins de la Fontaine (14km)
  • Parc et jardins du château de Flaugergues (31km)
  • Jardin aquatique « Aux fleurs de l'eau (43km)
  • Bambouseraie de Prafrance (44km)

Protected historical centre (fr: secteur sauvegardé)

(see also historical French towns)

Sites of natural beauty

  • Etang de Scamandre (15km)
  • Pointe de l'Espiguette (29km)
  • Étangs palavasiens (42km)
  • Grotte des Demoiselles (45km)

Towns of Art and history

Villages in bloom 4* (fr: ville fleurie)

  • Ales (45km)

Zoo and/or wildlife park

  • Parc zoologique de Lunaret (33km)

Geography and distances

Vestric-et-Candiac is in the south of France at 14 kilometres from Nimes, the department capital (general information: Vestric-et-Candiac is 587 kilometres from Paris).

Geographical Information

Commune: Vestric-et-Candiac

Canton: Rhôny-Vidourle

Arrondissement: Nîmes

Department: Gard

Region: Languedoc-Roussillon

New region: Occitanie

Postcode: 30600

Distance to Vestric-et-Candiac

from Nimes (prefecture): 14 km

from Paris: 587 km

from Calais: 822 km

from Nice: 242 km

from Bordeaux: 404 km

from Strasbourg: 602 km

Getting here

For driving distances to Vestric-et-Candiac from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.

We have 12 other places listed as being close (less than kilometres from ): Aubord, Beauvoisin, Bernis, Boissieres, Calvisson, Codognan, Milhaud, Mus, Nages-et-Solorgues, Uchaud, Vauvert and Vergeze.

This page in French: Visiter Vestric-et-Candiac

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