The Ardèche is full of picturesque villages, and among the essentials: Balazuc, Banne, Labeaume, Vinezac and Voguë. Balazuc, perched on a cliff, offers breathtaking views. Banne, known for its medieval architecture, transports you back in time. Labeaume, nestled in the hollow of a gorge, charms with its stone houses. Vinezac seduces with its authentic atmosphere, and Voguë, classified among the “Most Beautiful Villages of France”, immerses you in history.
A village of character
Ruoms, a jewel of southern Ardèche, welcomes you during your stay at Camping la Chapoulière. This charming village, nestled in the heart of spectacular landscapes, seduces visitors with its authenticity and its history. Stroll through its picturesque streets, discover its lively market, and explore its century-old churches. Ruoms is the ideal starting point for exploring the Gorges de l'Ardèche, offering an unforgettable experience of the region's unspoilt nature.
Witnesses to History The characterful villages of Ardèche
Exceptional natural sites The Vallon Pont d’Arc and the Gorges de l’Ardèche
The Vallon Pont d'Arc, a few kilometers from Camping la Chapoulière, is the magical gateway to the Gorges de l'Ardèche. This emblematic site is home to an impressive natural arc carved by the Ardèche river, offering a breathtaking landscape. The Gorges de l'Ardèche, for their part, invite you on an unforgettable canoeing adventure through spectacular rock formations, a must for nature and adventure lovers.
Gourmet treats await you Terroir
Ardèche is a true gastronomic paradise, famous for its goat cheese, deliciously creamy and fragrant. Ardèche charcuterie delights lovers of authentic flavors. olives, whether natural or transformed into tapenade, as well as sun-kissed fruits and vegetables, complete this culinary palette. Local Ardèche products are an invitation to discover local flavors and the Ardèche art of living.
Unmissable dates Events in the region
In Ruoms, each season offers unique moments not to be missed. The Friday morning market awakens the senses with its colorful stalls and local products. In summer, the Wednesday evening night market lights up the streets of Ruoms with festive lights. The Aluna Festival brings together music lovers with renowned artists. The wine festival celebrates local delicacies, while the Truffle Market delights gourmets. Finally, the International Pétanque creates a friendly and competitive atmosphere for fans of this traditional sport.