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Must-see sites in the Ardèche

In the Ardèche, it’s virtually impossible not to take advantage of the many remarkable and unique sites. The Gorges canyon, the Pont d’Arc, the Grotte Chauvet 2 or the Cirque de Gens where our campsite is located, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

The Ardèche Gorges

Located in the south of the département, the Gorges de l’Ardèche form a deep canyon some thirty kilometers long, stretching between the communes of Vallon Pont d’Arc and Saint Martin d’Ardèche. Classified as a nature reserve, the Gorges de l’Ardèche are home to a wealth of flora and fauna in an entirely unspoilt wilderness.

Le Pont d’Arc

The only one of its kind in the world, the famous Pont d’Arc is a natural arch, 54 m high and 60 m wide, carved out of limestone by the River Ardèche. Its creation is estimated to be over 500,000 years old. Considered the natural gateway to the Gorges de l’Ardèche, the Pont d’Arc impresses with its scale and majesty.

Grotte Chauvet 2

Grotte Chauvet 2 is an exact replica of the real Grotte Chauvet, discovered in 1994 and listed by UNESCO as one of the world’s oldest Palaeolithic painted caves. The original cave has been reconstructed so that everyone can discover and admire the extraordinary paintings and engravings dating back 36,000 years.

Le Cirque de Gens

The Cirque de Gens in Chauzon precedes the Défilés de Ruoms tourist route. It is the natural result of the formation of limestone cliffs, slowly nibbled away by the River Ardèche over millions of years to create one of the first cirques on its course. The Cirque de Gens is well known for its climbing routes and hiking trails.