To make your stay as pleasant as possible, La Grand’Terre, a family campsite in Ruoms, offers camping pitches and mobile homes just a few kilometers from the Pont-d’Arc cave. This recreation of the Chauvet cave is just a few minutes’ drive from your vacation destination.
Reservations are essential if you want to visit the Caverne du Pont d’Arc, and the team will be delighted to give you all the directions you need for a family day out.
The Chauvet-Pont d’Arc cave
During your vacation at La Grand’Terre campsite in Ardèche, you can discover the Caverne du Pont-d’Arc, a superb reconstruction of the Chauvet cave discovered in 1994 and reserved exclusively for research. A 3500 m² artificial cave has been reconstructed to allow visitors to discover the prehistoric wonders of the original site. At the Chauvet-Pont d’Arc cave, you can discover cave paintings from the Paleolithic era. The site contains over a thousand paintings and engravings. The geology of the original cave is also recreated: large pillars of stalactites, fistulas, collapses… Don’t hesitate to ask the campsite team for more information if you’d like to visit.
Easy access to the Caverne Pont d’Arc
Staying at camping La Grand’Terre gives you easy access to the main points of interest in the Ardèche. From Ruoms, you can reach the Caverne du Pont-d’Arc in just 15 to 20 minutes by car. If you’re feeling brave, all you have to do is take the small paths that lead to your destination to discover the nearby countryside.
After a day of discovery, you’ll be glad to return to the comfort of the campsite and its services for the night.