Between Anduze and Saint Jean du Gard, there is a railway line built in the beginning of the 20th century. You can ride along this line by steam train which offers visitors an original trip through the striking landscapes of the Gardon Valley. The train makes a stop at the Bambouserai de Prafance in the village of Générargues to visit the famous giant bamboo forest, one of a kind in Europe.
A few kilometers from the giant bamboos, in the Camisard Valley, is the Musée du Désert (Desert Museum) which presents the history of French Protestantism and of their heroic resistance of these generations of Huguenots defending their faith and their freedom to worship. Nearby is also the Grotte de Trabuc (the Caves of Trabuc) famous for their « 100,000 soldiers », tiny geological concretions only a few centimeters in high in which their formation is still a mystery today.
Anduze is called the « Gateway to the Cévennes » and is renowned for its poteries that make the famous « vase d’Anduze », a tradition several hundred years old.