Balazuc is one of the must-visit villages. Situated on a cliff on the banks of the Ardèche, a few kilometers south of Voguë, this small medieval village is brimming with historic monuments.
Just ten kilometers from Grand’Terre
This summer, spend a few days at La Grand’Terre campsite and discover its heated pools, private beach on the banks of the Ardèche and new water park. Balazuc, voted one of France’s Most Beautiful Villages, is just ten kilometers from our campsite in Ruoms. Take advantage of this close proximity to visit this small medieval village in the Ardèche!
Balazuc, a quiet village
Balazuc is a quiet village of just over 300 inhabitants, but its population swells in July and August. Various summer events brighten up the narrow streets. Indeed, this village of character is located very close to the Ardèche gorges.
Balazuc has been awarded the
A member of the “Plus Beaux Villages de France” (Most Beautiful Villages in France), and awarded the “Village de caractère” (Village of Character) label, Balazuc has a long history and, as a result, a rich historical heritage.
The village’s monuments include Notre-Dame de Balazuc church and Balazuc castle, both built in the 11th century.
And to round off your stay, a visit to the Muséum de l’Ardèche in Balazuc will take you on a tour of fossils and other archaeological finds recounting the history of the region.