If you love unspoilt nature, cycling, hiking, history, delicious cuisine and great local wines, you’ll love staying here!
Come swim in the river, admire our diverse landscapes, visit Neolithic and Mediaeval sites and more, all just a few minutes’ from our campsite.
Tucked away in the Chassezac Valley, Chassagnes will charm your entire family. Take a stroll along its lanes, gaze upon its chateau, walk amongst the oak trees, rocks and dolmens in the quirky Païolive Forest or enjoy white water sports and caving!
On the doorstep of the Cévennes national park, the village of Les Vans is worth a detour for the beauty of its landscapes, the appeal of its history-packed fortified buildings, and the authenticity of its market which is the biggest in the region!
Built on a rocky outcrop, Naves will entrance you with its charming village featuring paved lanes and arched passages as well as the southern beauty of its olive tree-covered hills. Naves has much to share with you, from its Romanesque church to its silkworm farms.
This charming village perched on a rocky outcrop at the bottom of an unspoilt valley features schist rooftops and a breath-taking view of the neighbouring mountains. Its Romanesque church was listed as a historical monument by Prosper Mérimée and is a must-see gem of the region.
Vallon Pont d’Arc is proof that Mother Nature is a magician! Come admire this enormous archway made of natural minerals which spans the River Ardèche, then enjoy a swim in the unspoilt cove and end your day on a high with a visit to the famous Chauvet 2 Cave.
The wonderful lifestyle in Banne has always been popular, as you can see by the amazing presence of many dolmens, cave paintings and the ruins of what was one of the most opulent chateaux in the Middle Ages. For a new experience, visit the museum of decorated eggs and icons.
The Monts d’Ardèche Regional Nature Park spreads across more than 180,000 hectares. This paradise for hikers and nature lovers reveals a wide range of breath-taking landscapes: gorges, lush valleys, pastures, forests, garrigues, moors, crystal-clear waterfalls, ancient volcanoes, age-old chestnut groves and more.
What does the Statue of Liberty have in common with Ruoms? The statue’s base was made with stone from here! Discover this little village brimming with charm and introduce your taste buds to the region’s wines at the Neovinum winemaking discovery centre.