The walks along the water's edge are an invitation to discover breathtaking landscapes. The Pont d’Arc, a natural arch sculpted by the Ardèche river, offers a breathtaking view. The Gorges de l'Ardèche nature reserve is a preserved paradise where you can observe the fauna and flora. Font-vive and the Chastelas take you along the river, offering unparalleled tranquility. The Rochecolombe waterfall and the Ibie valley reveal hidden treasures, while the Devil's Bridge astonishes with its daring architecture.
Vestiges of history
Caves in Ardèche
Ardèche is a true underground treasure, home to spectacular caves which tell the story of the Earth's history. The Aven d'Orgnac transports you to the depths of the planet, with its stalactites and stalagmites sculpted by time. The Grotte de la Madeleine offers a mystical experience with its play of lights and its extraordinary limestone formations. The Aven d'Orgnac is a major prehistoric site, plunging you into the past of humanity with its fascinating archaeological discoveries. The Grotte de Saint-Marcel, for its part, will enchant you with its impressive galleries and underground waterfalls. Explore these natural wonders and discover the mysterious world of the Ardèche caves.
Refresh yourself Walks along the water
Green landscapes Nature walks
At Sampzon, the majestic rock is a challenge for hikers and offers breathtaking panoramas. The hanging gardens of Labeaume enchant with their beauty. The Gour de la Sompe in Lagorce is a refreshing oasis in a natural gorge. The Cirque des Gens in Chauzon amazes with its imposing cliffs. The dolmens of Saint-Alban-Auriolles take you back to the Neolithic period. The Païolive wood in Les Vans hides mysterious secrets. The Brison Tower and the Mont Gerbier de Jonc in Sainte Eulalie are other natural wonders to explore.
Lavender scent The scrubland paths
Ardèche offers you a multitude of nature walks, ideal for lovers of hiking and preserved landscapes. Simply stroll from Camping la Chapoulière and set off to discover all its wonders, its picturesque villages, its hidden natural treasures and its breathtaking viewpoints.