Southern Ardèche is full of lovely, charming villages and tourist attractions. Our articles are designed to simplify your sightseeing in and around Ruoms, and above all to ensure you have a fantastic holiday in our region!
Our family-friendly campground is located right nearby the mediaeval village of Ruoms, just brimming with curiosities.
If you want to learn everything there is to know about Ardèche wine, Néovinum offers a guided tour of a traditional wine cellar, followed by a tasting.
Lastly, for a festive, sociable holiday at a 4-star campsite, nothing beats the famous Aluna Festival, held each summer in Ruoms.
South of Ruoms is the charming village of Vallon-Pont-d'Arc. To discover its every facet, you could begin by admiring the stone archway of the Pont d'Arc before visiting the Pont d'Arc Cave.
Your stay will also be an opportunity for a sensational canoeing trip down the Ardèche Gorges, organized by Base Nautique du Pont d'Arc.
A few kilometers from Vallon Pont-d'Arc, the villages of character Labeaume and Balazuc should fill lovers of history and picturesque places.
Sampzon is also a must, especially thanks to the mythical Rocher de Sampzon which overhangs it and offers a view on a phenomenal landscape.
The Castanea Museum in Joyeuse, also in the area, will make you discover the history of the chestnut in Ardèche.
For speleology enthusiasts, the Madeleine Cave in St-Remèze organizes guided tours dedicated to the whole family. You will also find the Lavender Museum.
If you love nature and puzzles, the villages of Banne and Les Vans will win you over with the mysterious Païolive Wood flanking them.
Southern Ardèche has no shortage of charming spots. For example, not far from Ruoms, the village of Vogüé and its famous Renaissance château look forward to your visit.
For a gorgeous finish, venture to the northern part of Southern Ardèche and wander through Antraigues-sur-Volane, a village of character surrounded by beautiful rivers.
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