Camping in the Ardèche gorges

While on holiday in our region, don’t miss the famous Ardèche gorges. The splendour of this area is matched by the number of activities that make it so popular with tourists.

Our 5-star campsite in the Ardèche is located just a stone’s throw from this idyllic spot. If you want to stay in a beautiful village of chalets in the middle of nature, you have come to the right place. Join us at Domaine de Sévenier for a soothing, relaxing and wonderful stay.

On holiday in the Ardèche Gorges

The Ardèche is an area of outstanding natural beauty, with steep cliffs rising up to 200 metres above the bottom of the valley, carved by the rivers that run through it. The upper Ardèche valley, with its high cliffs and deep, narrow gorges, forms a natural border between the Auvergne plateau and the Languedoc plateau.

The Ardèche gorges are a series of deep gorges formed by the river Ardèche. They are located in the Ardèche department, in the French region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

The Ardèche Gorges offers exceptional biodiversity and breathtaking scenery, making it a popular tourist destination.

Why go to the Ardèche gorges ?

The Ardèche department is full of stunning natural sites.

One of the main ones, the Ardèche gorges, offers a variety of landscapes worthy of the most beautiful places in France. These range from the deep forest of the southern Ardèche to the rich highland pastures, to the cliff slopes and deep gorges.

The villages in the gorges are particularly attractive, with their fortified churches, central squares and many old buildings. Among the best known villages are often named Vallon-Pont-d’Arc and Balazuc.

If you are looking for a picturesque and authentic hike in the Ardèche Gorges, you will surely love this place. This “Grand Canyon” of the Ardèche is situated in a remarkable natural amphitheatre. The gorges are an ideal place for family walks, nature lovers and hikers of all kinds.

How to visit the Ardèche gorges ?

The Ardèche gorges are located in the south of France, in the department of Ardèche. This department is located in the south-east of France.

The Ardèche Gorges are easily accessible by car. The national nature reserve can be reached in 20 minutes from the campsite.

However, the best thing to do once you’re there is to go for a walk. To do this, go for a day or on a sunny afternoon. This way you will have time to walk around at your own pace and discover its nooks and crannies.

Why not opt for a bike ride? This allows you to easily reach the gorges while enjoying the beauty of the roads you will cross. Finally, when you get there, you can choose your route from among the many paths you can take.

No matter how you explore the gorges of the Ardèche, the result is the same, you will come away filled with dazzling memories

When to visit the Ardèche gorges ?

The Ardèche and the gorges can be visited all year round.

However, the best time to visit the gorges is when they are at their greenest and when the water is warm during the summer months in particular and more widely between April and October. Beware, however, that the water level is often a little lower in summer than in the rest of the period.

This season offers a mild and temperate climate, which is ideal for enjoying the region. It is also the time when nature reveals its colorful character.

And finally, it is obviously more pleasant to go for a walk or a swim in the summer sun, when the clean air of the vegetation or the temperature of the water refreshes you, than at any other time.

Water sports activities in the Ardèche gorges

The Ardèche gorges offers a wide range of water sports activities. Visitors can go kayaking, canoeing, hiking, fishing and more.

The Ardèche valley is a popular destination for canoeing and kayaking because the river water is clear, fast and rich in flora and fauna that visitors enjoy.

The discovery of the Ardèche Gorges should therefore be a highlight of your stay in the Ardèche. More than a sport, canoeing in the Ardèche Gorges is an exceptional natural experience. It opens up a different, timeless world in which you can only admire the grandeur of the landscape.

The Ardèche valley attracts many tourists every year who come to stay at campsites or holiday homes to enjoy the clear water while gliding down the river in their boats.

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