The Final Ardèche Travel Information
Our views on what to see in the Ardèche Travel Guide include Hiking, Vistas, Camping, Canoeing and, of course, the famous Ardèche Gorge.
Oh, beautiful Ardeche France region:
its rough and rigid nature and climbing, winding roads leading nature lovers to the steep slopes of Gorges de l’Ardèche hiking, kayaking, Ardeche Camp and on the purple field lavender and the Palaeolithic cave are welcoming both lovers of the outdoors and the ancient boxing. Add jaw drop-off points, lakes, a bike race to take care of old, high-quality cathedrals The villages of Ardèche, ancient mountains and majestic mountains, making the forest a must-have for any tourist destination. We hope you enjoy the “Ardèche Surprise” with Travel Guide!
Go ahead to Ardèche
- About Ardèche
- Best time to go to Ardèche
- Connect to Ardèche
- What to do at Ardèche
- Lavender Museum
- Ardèche Gorge and Pont d’Arc
- Tour of France
- Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave
- Where to Eat
- Exploring other remote areas
- 11.1 Valence
- 11.2 Vienna
- Extra to go to Ardèche
Subscribe! About Ardèche
When traveling for as long as we like to do, sometimes you want to get a quick and easy return to your batteries, almost a vacation from our vacation. We could not believe that we had stumbled upon a most spectacular part of France that we had never seen before. The Grand Canyon of France, a beautiful, lush, lush and wild landscape of the pristine Ardèche archipelago in the Auvergne Rhone Alpes region in central southern France with ancient brown rocks, lush green hills, and dense jungles. Filled with history and culture, this small community was a great place to go back and immerse ourselves in the simple entertainment that the French countryside can offer, the best of the landscape and the unparalleled beauty.
Best time to go to Ardèche
Winter, spring, summer or fall, everywhere, the Rhône-Alpes season is in one word ‘diversity,’ but Ardeche is a beautiful place at any time of the year. In the cold winter months, with occasional snowfall, summer begins in March and April. Summer begins early in Ardeche, and by May, you can expect to use the sunscreen every time the temperature rises and rises for the summer days.
May and June have made the best months to stay in Ardeche for those who ultimately want to enjoy the outdoors. Sunny days are great, but the heat is just too cold to be comfortable. Horse riders, cyclists, and cyclists have found miles of empty railways to enjoy as much as in France, and most of the area does not arrive until the hottest months of July and August. Extreme heat brings masses to the Ardèche River and the Pont d’Arc. However, for the courageous traveler with a keen desire to travel long distances, there is plenty of wildlife that can be found along the river and outside of the vineyards, mountains and oak forests that make up most of the natural habitats.
Connect to Ardèche
You can connect with Ardeche and the Rhône-Alpes region in France where Air Canada has begun providing year-round service between the Montreal Trudeau airport and the Lyon-Saint-Exupéry airport. Canadians now connect directly with France’s second-largest city. And for up to five trips a week with 37 global business rests and 228 smaller seats, there is no need to miss the solid, natural, fragrant lavender scenery! You can also walk to Grenoble or Marseille and head north.
Many visitors enjoy approaching this green area from the Rhone Valley. If you are coming from the north and from Lyon airport, exit onto the A7 at Exit 18, Montelimar in the south, following the N7 in the south to Pierrelatte. In Pierrelatte, turn west to Bourg Saint Andéol. Welcome to the beginning of the Ardèche region!
Paris – Marseilles
TGV will drop you off at Valence station and it is best to walk two hours from Paris, 4 hours from Brussels, 3 hours from Lille, one hour from Marseilles, 34 minutes from Lyon and just 5 hours from London.
Lots of natural things to do at Ardèche
The Provencal Sun greets you as you head south and arrive in the morning at La Musée de la Lavande. Perhaps you can take a walk with them on a large purple farm to learn about Museum Museum management and the importance of lavender products. And of course, stop at the Museum store to find anything for lavender.
- The most beautiful musee de la Lavande
- Lavender All!
At La Lavender Museum
Ardèche Valley and the Pont d’Arc
With the scent of lavender lingering, continue into the mountainous region of Ardeche and discover the beauty of Ardèche Gorge, the lush and white mountains of beautiful Provencal sky. And, the famous and famous Pont d’Arc. A rare desire for nature, this amazing natural creature, was cut down in the river valley by the Ardèche River. Located at the entrance to Gorges de l’Ardèche, the Pont d’Arc is 54 meters long, 60 meters wide, and is at least 500,000 years old. This natural scenery offers both hikers and hikers 28 miles of kayaking, boat, camping, mountain climbing, swimming and rock climbing, and two beaches to sway and see the world pass by. And while Ardèche Gorge is a major attraction here, there are many other great attractions, including Chassezac, Eyrieux and Doux if you would like to visit a few tourists along the river. Link to your current guide:
Via Adèche runs from Voques and GrosPierres and offers a safe 22-mile route for hikers, cyclists, runners, and rollerbladers and those with limited, visually impaired access to Sampzon Rock, where the Ardèche and Chassezac rivers meet.
Tour of France
Fans of the Tour de France will want to make Ardèche their bicycle house at a popular race in July, in a test between Bourg Saint Andéol and the famous Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave. The hardest part of the race, the 37.5-kilometer stretch of 850 meters up and down, is always the most controversial. Be prepared for some fun, cold and maybe some outing!
Tour of France
Gather your friends who love your history as you travel to Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave, showcasing the most well-preserved symbolic drawings and the earliest known ancient crime stories as well as other human and animal evidence of Paleolithic life. You cannot visit the original Grotte Chauvet-Pont d’Arc. However, the Caverne du Pont d’Arc is a masterpiece of the original cave with its 36,000-year-old paintings, located near the town of Vallon-Pont-d’Arc on the rocky shores above the old basin of the Ardèche River, at Gorges de l ‘Ardèche. Founded on December 18, 1994, it is considered one of the most famous art galleries, and UNESCO offered the opportunity to become a World Heritage Site on June 22, 2014. Take a sweater when you go down to the bottom of this amazing treasure.
Exploring other remote areas
Valence of old:
Valence is known as the Town of the Roman industrial leather and footwear and is located between the Vercors Mountains and the Ardèche Mountains. As the headquarters of the Drome department, Napoleon, the youngest, following his career, joined the La Fère-Artillerie, based in Valence. Overlooking the Rhône River and near the vineyards of Crozes-Hermitages, St Joseph and St Peray wines, this beautiful old town is a perfect representation of the wine trips in the region. Known as the ‘south gate,’ the city is home to ancient and well-preserved architecture, including the Maison des Têtes built between 1528 and 1532 and the magnificent Saint-Apollinaire Cathedral, built between 1063 and 1099 and dedicated in 1095 by Pope Urban II. . Be sure to sign up locally to gain insight into the old and exciting conversations that the city has to offer.
We enjoyed a unique taste of wine from Cave de Tain with a well-known woman named Marie-Josée Faure of Terres de Syrah, a special wine-loving group. We sipped special bottles of Crozes-Hermitage Blanc and Cep Saint-Joseph as we discussed the history of this unique wine region south of the Rhône-Alpes.
Valence Tips: Dedicate yourself to Maison Pic the great French chef, give you a three-star restaurant, hotel-inspired rooms from the manufacturers including Bruno Borrione and school cooking courses. For a casual meal, try Maison’s André, and enjoy four generations of family memories and cooking in a fun environment!
Explore the south and store wine, food, and hospitality in Vienne, perhaps the most famous for Jazz à Vienne. As the sun sets, you can sit on an old rock chair at the Vienne Roman Theater and make your own jazz with international artists such as Diana Krall, Chick Korea, Seal and Tonya Baker. We tasted the soft drinks in the kitchen and tasted at the new office of Côte & Cuisine, controlled by a three-story ‘Wall of Wine’ showcasing the vast diversity of wines made in this Gallo-Roman region. Enjoy the 4-star Relais & Châteaux restaurant at the La Pyramid Hotel and enjoy lunch or dinner at the L’espace PH3, 2 Michelin hotel with Chef Patrick Henriroux kitchen opener, in honor of its roots but I am adding modern touch. Contents of bright colors and Régis Dho fun!
Extra accessories to make your Ardèche fun.
Browse through your entire Ardèche Travel Guide with helpful links you may want to mark;
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- The website viamichelin.com guarantees time and distance tracking at Ardèche, including billing, fuel price and production methods.
- Renting a car is easy. We rely on Eurocar for our rental needs. This gives you flexibility to navigate your journey and set your pace.
Ardèche, Be a wonderful tourist destination, is a wonderful tool to start your research. It is a new tool to use when you are. Consider purchasing a ‘Pass Ardèche,’ and plan your trip for three or six days or a whole year and enjoy the opportunity to visit all the cultural and entertainment venues in Ardèche.