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The department ardecheThe Ardèche is a region located in the southeast of France
, renowned for its breathtaking natural landscapes, delicious cuisine, and rich cultural heritage. If you're looking for an ideal destination for your vacation, look no further, the Ardèche is made for you! From the Capfun campsites, Camping Imbours
in Larnas, Camping Plantas
in Saint Vincent de Durfort, and Camping Merle Roux
in Baix, here are the five most beautiful places to visit within a 30-minute drive.
The Pont d'Arc
: It's a natural monument unlike any other and a wonder to see. This natural bridge over the Ardèche River is a classified site famous for its spectacular rock formations and crystal-clear waters. It's located just 25 minutes by car from Camping Plantas
The Chauvet 2 Cave
: If you're interested in history and prehistory, the Chauvet 2 Cave is a must-visit place, located just 20 minutes by car from Camping Merle Roux
. It's a replica of the famous Chauvet Cave, which houses cave paintings over 30,000 years old.
The Vogüé Castle
: Located just 15 minutes by car from Camping Imbours
, the Vogüé Castle is a must-visit cultural destination. This medieval castle is located on the banks of the Ardèche and offers stunning views of the surrounding region.
The Ardèche Gorges
: The Ardèche Gorges are an exceptional natural site, known for its steep cliffs and crystal-clear waters. You can explore the area by kayak or hiking and discover spectacular sites. The gorges are located just 20 minutes by car from Camping Plantas
The Village of Balazuc
: Balazuc is a small picturesque village located on the banks of the Ardèche, with its stone houses and cobbled streets, just 15 minutes by car from Camping Merle Roux
. This medieval village is classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France!
In addition to these must-see places, the Ardèche is also known for its local cuisine
. Chestnut-based dishes, such as chestnut cream or chestnut cake, are very popular in the region. Truffles, mushrooms, local cheeses, seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as local wines, are also specialties of the region. While strolling through the streets, you can smell the enticing scents of local specialties, such as fresh herbs, lavender honey, candied fruits, and much more.
Here is the list of our holiday parks in Ardeche