Markets and fairs
Every Friday morning, go to the beautiful weekly market in Barjac to discover local artisans and producers.
In July and August, you will enjoy strolling through the streets of the city center on the night market on Monday evening from 7 p.m., and on the organic market and local producers on Tuesday evening from 5 p.m. .
On the last Sunday of July, go to the "Bio Fair", on the last Thursday of July, discover the "Pottery Market" and the last Sunday in August is "Sunday of the Creators".
The13th Book Festival of Cèze-Cévennes will take place in Barjac on March 18 and 19 2023.
Every weekend of Easterand August 15, we invite you to the famous International Antiques Fair in Barjac.
From April 15 to 16 2023, take part in the international Amateur Theater meetings at Château e Barjac: “Les Théâtropes ”.
From July 8 to 13 2023, don't miss the fresh Tango event at the “Barjac en Tango” Festival.
From July 29 to August 3 2023, come and listen to French songs called “with text” during the Eco-citizen festival “Barjac m’en chante”. The city streets come alive to the rhythm of guitars, accordions, percussion and singing. Discover the 2023 program here!
3rd week of August, discover the Jazz festival, “Barjac en Jazz”, taking place like every year in the courtyard of the Château.
September 30 and October 1, 2023: Well-being Fair in the Château de Barjac.
Consult the agenda of all local festivities 2023 .Link title
A lively village all year round
The shops in Barjac remain open all year round: bakeries, delicatessens, butchers, pharmacies, drugstores, bookstores, tobacconists, wine shops, florists, etc. and a large playground for children!
The terraces of the restaurants and bars open their doors from the first days of spring. You will inevitably find the restaurant that will suit your tastes. Strolling through the shady, cobbled and pedestrian streets, you will enjoy combining cultural visits and shopping.
Did you know?
It was in Barjac that the very first organic canteen in France was born! And it is in this small Gard village that the famous and magnificent documentary "Our children will accuse us was filmed".
The Eschaton-Anselm Kiefer Foundation strong>, 20 mins on foot and 5 mins by car from the Natura Lodge, reveals to the public the full breadth and complexity of the creative process of this accomplished genius. A former silk spinning mill in the 19th century, the estate currently covers around 40 hectares. Within it, 80 artistic spaces emerge, from the gigantic four-storey concrete amphitheater to the underground networks of crypts, tunnels, and other artificial ponds, not to mention the multitude of paintings and sculptures in situ.