Frequently asked questions can be useful for your coming at the Bambouseraie in Cévennes.

By road:
> from Nîmes, via the A9 motorway, take the N106 in the direction of Ales, then continue to Anduze on the D910. The Bambouseraie is located 3kms from Anduze on the D129.
> from Montpellier, go via St-Mathieu de Tréviers, then to Quissac on the D999, and continue on the road to Anduze. Pick up the D129 at Anduze.

By rail:
Ales railway station is just 10 kms from the Bambouseraie

By bus:
The Gard General Council recommends you check the Edgard bus network timetable or take the line 81 TNEC bus from Ales bus station.

Yes, tickets can be purchased on-line from the ticket thumbnail, or go directly to the reception desk on day of visit.

Yes, visitors may use our free parking facilities (coaches, camping-cars, motorcycles, cars) at the entrance to the park.

Yes, visitors may come accompanied by their four-legged friends, but pets must be kept on leash at all times.

Snack reopens on Saturday June 27

En voiture :
> depuis Nîmes sur l’autoroute A9, dirigez-vous vers Alès par la N106 et continuez jusqu’à Anduze par la D910. La Bambouseraie se trouve à 3kms d’Anduze sur la D129
> depuis Montpellier, passez par St-Mathieu de Tréviers, puis Quissac sur le D999 et continuez sur la route d’Anduze. Récupérez la D129 à hauteur d’Anduze.

En train :
La gare d’Ales est à 10 kms de la Bambouseraie

En bus :
Le conseil général du Gard vous propose de consulter les horaires du réseau de bus Edgard ou bien choisir de prendre un bus TNEC à la gare routière d’Ales ligne 81.

For security reasons, we do not provide lockers for personal belongings.

For security reasons, bicycles, scooters and child bikes are forbidden in the park.

Yes, the entire park is accessible to PRM. Wheelchairs may be rented on site (subject to conditions).

Absolutely, children, disabled persons and senior citizens may benefit from preferential rates. Purchase tickets in a click via the ticket thumbnail.

Yes, it is possible to visit the park with a pushchair.

Absolutely, and the best photos posted on social media with #Bambouseraie will be shown on our website: so, get snapping! 

An enjoyable visit will last for a minimum of 1 hour 30 minutes.

From 26th February to 15th November , the park is open 7 days per week, weekend and public holidays included.

Access to Bamboutique, the garden centre and BambouSnack café is free of charge (opening subject to season).

Bamboutique : From  2nd  March to  1st November 2020 from 10 : 30 to 6 pm

Garden centre : From 26th February  to 15th November  2020

Café : Open access from 1st April to 30th April and from 1st September to 30th September from Wednesday to Sunday. From 1st May to 31st August, 7 days a week

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