Activity holidays in Ardèche with a stunning natural environment.
Far from the crowds, a camping holiday in Ardèche offers such simple pleasures as swimming in the clear waters of its rivers or sunbathing on their white sandy beaches. High plateaus, rocky outcrops, gorges and sweet chestnut forests, villages and natural curiosities such as Vallon-Pont-D’arc, the Ray Pic waterfalls and Mont Gerbier de Jonc all provide an opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors whether you prefer walking, rafting or climbing.
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Our campsites in the Ardèche – ideal for an active holiday with family and friends
A campsite in the Ardèche provides an ideal base for a walking holiday. You’ll find plenty of paths, tracks and signposted trails suitable for all, from Sunday strollers to seasoned hikers. Take a closer look at our selection of campsites in the Ardèche and tailor your holiday to suit your mood: quiet and relaxing or action-packed and exhilarating. Enjoy an unforgettable and exhilarating canoe trip down the impressive winding canyon which runs through the heart of the Ardèche river Gorges Natural Park. Other places of interest include the underground caves at Aven d'Orgnac and Peaugres Safari Park.
A fishing holiday in the Ardèche
The Ardèche region boasts 5000 kilometres of streams and rivers, making it a great holiday destination for anglers. Its varied landscapes, from the torrents of the Massif Central to the calmer waters of the River Rhône, offer a wide range of fishing sites and fish varieties.
Visit the picturesque villages of the Ardèche valley
Don’t miss Alba-la-Romaine, Antraigues, Balazuc, Jaujac, Labeaume, Saint Montan or Vogue, just a few of the loveliest villages in the Ardèche valley, all brimming with impressive architecture and set amid beautiful countryside.
The culinary delights of the Ardèche for your holidays
The local cuisine, too, is rich and varied. Make the most of your camping holiday in the Ardèche by stopping off to sample some of its delicious Picodon goat’s cheese, try some beautifully marbled Fin Gras du Mézenc beef or savour a traditional crêpe filled with local chestnut purée – Ardèche is France’s leading producer of sweet chestnuts.