A village perched on a hilltop, dominated by its fortress looking church 10km from the Rhône valley to the north-west of Aramon. Remains found here confirm that Estézargues has been inhabited since Prehistoric times. Its current name comes from a Roman villa belonging to Consul Statius. The land is mainly dedicated to vineyards across the Signagues plateau which is also shared with the communes of Domazan, Saze and Rochefort du Gard. Together the villages were awarded the wine appellation Côtes du Rhône Villages: Signargues. The commune is also part of the AOC appellation area for Nîmes Olive Oil.



- The unusual Historic centre with a beautiful fountain,

- The washhouse at the foot of the church,

- View over the plains to the west of the village,

- Consul Statius gate to the south of the church,



Don't miss:


- Saint Gérard church (12th to 19th centuries) fortified in the 14th century.

- The concert in the church on the day before Palm Sunday,

- The magnificent vineyard scenery,

- The path of the stations of the cross.

- The market.