VOIR AUSSI "Le Gîte Gourderatte"
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167 Chemin de Trespeaux
30340 ST PRIVAT DES VIEUX
Fixe : 33 (0)4 66 56 53 34
Mobile : 33 (0)6 60 50 67 18
33 (0)6 50 54 20 99
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Historique
Inscription Romaine
The place of TRESPEAUX (or “Les Trois Ponts” – meaning The Three Bridges) has been inhabited since the far remote antiquity, as Roman vestiges testify. Roman writing has been discovered, partly legible on a stone inserted in the wall of the “mas” main yard.
Trespeaux was considered as the “granary” of Mons Viei-Cintat (a Roman place).

In the ancient times, Trespeaux was composed of two metairies (farms), burnt down on April, 17th, 1704 (during the “Camisards War”), forming two structures - an upper and a lower one – with house, yard, gardens and other estate..

The first sale of the domain goes back to 1435, one third of the property (wheat resources) being bequeathed to the “Confrérie des Cuiratiers, Cordonniers et Savetiers d’ALAIS” and the remaining two thirds sold to Sir Jean DEVEZE on March, 20th, 1491.

In 1627, the domain was purchased by Marquis de la CHARCE for an amount of 4,000 francs (currency of that time). King Louis the XIVth entitled him to work the gold, silver, copper, stain and lead mines in the region, as well as to levy the tithes, for a period of ten years, on all the metals extracted from the mines.

On May, 28th, 1784, Sir Jean-Baptiste RECOULY, Lord of Trespeaux, inherited the domain.

Lengthy investigations would be necessary to know the “mas” history before the year 1300. Possibly, it has been a monastery.
Coming back to more recent times, the “mas” was purchased in 1919 by the great-grandparents of the present owners BONNET/VIGNE who have exploited it until 1975.
Des activités adaptées...


Leisure, culture and relaxation in the region…

Swimming-pool, quietness and farniente on the spot…
*Siesta at the song of the cicadas
*Apéro/BBQ by the swimming-pool
*Bowling alley (“pétanque”)


Sports activities
*Gliding
*Canoë, Kayak
*Rock climbing, Via Ferrata
*Canyoneering, Speleology
*Mountain bike (rando, raid, orientation)
*Trekking
*Speed and rallye car/motorbike, karting, quad
*Swimming-pool or river adventure
*Bouscarasse Water Park, Thermalism and BodyCare
*Tennis, Riding
Tourisme à deux pas...
Visit of the “Pont du Gard” (the Gard Bridge), the “Bambouseraie d’Anduze” (the Anduze Bamboo Plantation), the “Gorges de l’Ardèche” (the Ardèche defiles), the “Grotte de la Cocalière” (the Cocalière Cave), the “Grotte de Trabuc” (the Trabuc Cave)...
Pont du Gard
Pont du Gard
Bambouseraie de Prafrance
Bambouseraie de Prafrance
Concluses de Lussan
Concluses de Lussan
Grottes Trabuc
Grottes Trabuc
Mine temoin d'Ales
Mine temoin d'Alès
Maison Carree de Nimes
Maison Carrée de Nimes
Petit train des Cévennes
Petit train des Cévennes
Les Arènes de Nimes
Les Arènes de Nimes
Chateau de Portes
Chateau de Portes
Vézénobres
Vézénobres
Anduze
Anduze
Cascade du Sautadet
Cascade du Sautadet
Uzes
Uzes
Gourdargues
Gourdargues
Pont des Camisards
Pont des Camisards
Plus loin...
Remarkable attractions not so far...
Arles
Arles
Avignon, Cité des Papes
Avignon, Cité des Papes
Cirque de Navacelles
Cirque de Navacelles
Fontaine du Vaucluse
Fontaine du Vaucluse
Gordes
Gordes
Les Bories
Les Bories
Les Gorges du Tarn
Les Gorges du Tarn
Les Ocres de Roussillon
Les Ocres de Roussillon
L'isle sur la Sorgue
L'isle sur la Sorgue
Palais Idéal Facteur Cheval
Palais Idéal Facteur Cheval
Partage des eaux
Partage des eaux
L'isle sur la Sorgue
Grotte des Demoiselles
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