To visit the Ardèche is to take a step back in time – 30,000 years in time – when cavemen first painted the walls of the Chauvet caves. Nowadays though the Ardèche is a region for those who prefer the great outdoors. Nature has created some of France’s most spectacular landscapes and the deep gorges, twisting roads and wooded valleys are perfect for canoeing, cycling and walking. The local towns and villages are pretty spectacular too with medieval ramparts and Roman remains, but after all this culture and activity you may prefer to kick back and enjoy the local wines and cheeses in the warm summer sunshine.
Set in the beautiful Ardèche region with fantastic pools, waterslides, archery, horse riding and bowling, Le Rouret Holiday Village has all the options for an active or relaxing holiday.
Just a few kilometres from Vallon Pont d'Arc and with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside Domaine de Sévenier provides high quality lodge style accommodation in the heart of the...
An amazing base in the Ardeche for exploring, adventure or simple relaxation. Set right on the La Ligne river, so if you choose to just paddle your own canoe, you can!