Also known as “La Porte de Cévennes”, the town of Anduze is a charming little town that exudes happiness.

Beautiful monuments for heritage enthusiasts, hiking trails, magnificent landscapes and even a small steam train that takes you through the valley...

The beauty of Anduze and its surroundings owes much to its isolation from the big cities, but with easy access, even without a car.

You can join the Facebook group Anduze Jazz Dancers, that we created so you can easily find people with whom share the travel, the accommodation, a hiking, a meal, etc.


By car

It's super easy! Just lauch Waze and hit the road. 

Anduze is a 1 hour drive from Montpellier, 2 hours from Marseille, 3 hours from Lyon or Toulouse, 27 hours from Herrang.

Do you have spare seats? Please, consider sharing them with other participants on the Facebook group Anduze Jazz Dancers.

By train

Gare Nîmes-Centre + Bus 112/Navette AJDC → Anduze

The nearest TGV station is Nîmes-Centre
You can easily buy your tickets online, at

Once there, take the bus 112 relie la gare routière (collée à la gare Nîmes-Centre) et Anduze. 
See bus 112 timetable.

We will complete bus 112 service with our own shuttle service.

Gare Nîmes-Pont-du-Gard + TER/Bus L33 → Gare Nîmes-Centre + Bus 112/Navette AJDC → Anduze

❗️ New Nîmes-Pont-du-Gard train station is not served by bus 112. A local train (TER) and bus L33 departures 15 minutes after each TGV arrival (TER time table – L33 bus time table).

Tickets for bus L33 cost 1,60 € and can be bought on the bus or at
Ter train ticket cost 3,70€ and can be purchased on the spot, through sncf-connect or through Trainline.

Horaires du bus 112 (Nîmes-Centre/gare routière → Anduze)

• Nîmes-Anduze, Mon-Fri: 7:00, 8:45, 11:30, 12:30, 16:10 and 17:10.
• Anduze-Nîmes, Sunday: 7:21, 13:27 et 19:16.
• Anduze-Nîmes en semaine : 6:21, 7:21, 8:42, 13:27, 16:27, 17:27 et 18:27.

The trip is 1 hour 15 minutes.
Full bus timetable here, as PDF and online.

Tickets for bus 112 can be purchased on the bus by contactless credit card or via teh liO app (Appstore and Google Play).

Navette Anduze Jazz Dance Camp (Nîmes-Centre → Anduze)

We complete public transportation with our own shutting service, from Nîmes-Centre train station to Anduze. Shuttle time table will be announced soon.

❗️ Seats are very limited and must be booked in advance, as soon as possible.

To do so, send us un e-mail to with the names of the passengers and your arrival information at Nîmes-Centre.

Shuttle tickets cost 5€ per passenger. You will receive a payment link via e-mail.

By plane

The closest and best-connected airports are Montpellier (MPL) and Marseille (MRS).

From Marseille, you can take a train TER to Nîmes.

From Montpellier, the easiest way to get to Anduze is carpooling. You can also take a train to Nîmes.

Need a piece of advice? Looking for a travel mate? Join Anduze Jazz Dancers!

Getting from one point to another in Anduze

Anduze is a small village: in half an hour you have covered it. Twice.

Dance studios, concerts and restaurants are less than 5 minutes from each other on foot. No sweat!

Camp sites are about 25 minutes walk from the festival.

But if you want to save your feet (we know how much you’ll need them), we  have a solution for you: bike.

If you are coming to Anduze by car, bringing your bike or scooter is a great idea.

Otherwise, there are some bicycle rental spots in Anduze and its surroundings, such as Sentiers Vagabonds, Cévennes Bike Tour, camping site Les Fauvettes and Gîtes et Chambre d’Hôtes de Labahou Anduze en Cévennes.


Anduze is a village of 3000 inhabitants: accommodation fills up quickly, especially in summer.

Do not panic! Within a radius of 10 minutes by car there are many beautiful places to sleep: hotels, airbnb, lodges, campings.

Here’s a list of the closest campings, with a useful map.

We recommend you to book your accommodation as soon as you decide to participate to the camp.

Your accommodation has spare beds? Are you looking for a place to share with other participants? See you on the Facebook group Anduze Jazz Dancers !


At Anduze’s center there are many restaurants, several grocery stores as well as a big supermarket (Super U) within 5 minutes away on foot.

However Anduze is a countryside village: not all restaurants propose vegan food, and most kitchens stop serving at around 2pm and at around 10pm.

Jazzoparc will host food trucks on the site of the concerts during the evening. There’ll be something for all tastes and diets!


Beautiful monuments for heritage enthusiasts, hiking trails, magnificent landscapes, a river to swim at any time, and even a small steam train that takes you through the valley...

Do you want to extend your weekend and enjoy all that the city and its surroundings can offer?

These websites could be a good starting point to planning your stay: