Uzes is for French foodies
Spend the holidays in Uzes
Fete Votive Uzes 2015 was spectacular. How will this year’s event compare? By far, one of the most exciting events of the year in Uzes, in my opinion, is Fete Votive. Next week it’s live along the main street in Uzes with lights, action and extraordinary booming sounds. […]
life of an expat
There’s a bit of music and, of course, tango dancing at the Mairie (town hall)
There are few words better than “explosive” to describe the late night parade in Uzes that accompanied Fete Votive 2015.
Summer bobo chic fashions are everywhere.
As the French say, it’s “très chaude” in Uzes.
It’s market day!
One of the local artists in Uzes threw a soiree for a few friends and fans. Aside from celebrating the last days of his exhibit, t was a crazy good party.
Here are some of the sights that are typical — and some not so likely — this time of year. The scene: the center of the village — the Place des Herbes.
Beyond the La Tour Fenestrelle is a terrace that overlooks the Vallée de l’Eure and the public park.
My first morning’s walk has already reaped benefits. It led me to a part of Uzes I’ve never explored and to an interesting “Village Scene.”
My friend, Geoffrey, has turned part of his garden in Uzes into a barnyard
The parking lot that my apartment shares with the Château du Duché is closed to traffic once a week through August. An ongoing festival, clearly for the benefit of tourists, is staged one evening each week to draw visitors to the village.
Horse-drawn carriages provide water for the town’s gardens in Uzes.