Camping in Ardèche
Camping holidays in the Ardèche
The lovely department of the Ardèche lies in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. This inspiring area will amaze you with its variety of beautiful natural sites. And with its gastronomy too!
Ideal for family holidays, the Ardèche has a large number of 4-star and 5-star riverside campsites.
Rent a mobile home in one of our holiday villages with water parks and swimming pools, some of which are covered. And if you want to spend your holiday getting right back to nature, then book a camping pitch amidst the greenery of the Ardèche.
Fill your days with the host of activities on offer, both at the campsite and in the surrounding area. Once you’ve chosen your holiday village, simply get ready for a great stay! Welcome to the Ardèche!
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Mobile home rental in the Ardèche
In this department brimming with sunshine and nature, there is no shortage of places to discover and adventures to enjoy. Try your hand at potholing and explore the many caves, such as the Chauvet or Aven d’Orgnac caves.
The Ardèche is also ideal for your outdoor holidays and a wide range of activities such as cycling or mountain biking, canoeing, canyoning, horse riding, hiking, scrambling around tree-top adventure courses... There’s something to keep campers of every age occupied! What’s more, this gorgeous department is also teeming with culture, art and heritage. Visit the delightful villages of the Ardèche or delve into the department’s history. Continue your sightseeing with a trip to the Ray Pic waterfall and Mont Gerbier de Jonc or with a walk in the Monts d’Ardèche Natural Park. You can also wander around the medieval town of Joyeuse and its majestic castles.
If you’re a bit of a foodie, you couldn’t do better than a holiday in the Ardèche! You’ll simply love tasting the local cuisine and culinary specialities. Put that diet on hold and give your tastebuds a treat with the range of flavours celebrating this terroir, including olives, typically southern oils, truffles, saffron, charcuterie and the unmissable Ardèche caillette. This pork-based pâté is sometimes served as a starter, accompanied by a salad, and can be eaten hot or cold.
And of course, you’ll find the famous chestnut everywhere! It has long been intertwined with the history of the Ardèche and is the region’s flagship product. With so much local produce to sample, your gastronomic tour is sure to be a success!
To end your holiday on a musical note, head along to the open-air Aluna festival with its programme combining French chanson and new urban music styles in a wonderfully vibrant atmosphere. The festival offers an all-round cultural and leisure experience, in glorious natural surroundings close to the Gorges de l’Ardèche.
What can you do while camping in the Ardèche?
Relax, decompress and discover... that’s the best way to sum up a holiday in the Ardèche! Plan your holiday well and identify the places you want to see during your stay in south-eastern France.
Then succumb to the charm of the Ardèche! Discover the department’s natural side with its mosaic of different landscapes, its remarkable heritage and its wide-open spaces. But don’t miss out on the cultural side either, and visit some of the many museums and historical sites.
Which are the most beautiful villages in the Ardèche?
Quiet, perched and hidden away... the whole area is dotted with picturesque places. Want to explore the Ardèche? Head for the most beautiful villages for a typically Ardèche experience.
- Vallon Pont d’Arc
- Saint Martin d’Ardèche
- Les Vans
Which are the most beautiful towns in the Ardèche?
Just like the villages, there are some beautifully charming towns just waiting to be discovered in the Ardèche.
- Le Teil
With their age-old customs and breathtaking landscapes, the Ardèche’s loveliest villages and towns welcome you for a holiday to remember.
What are the sightseeing attractions in the Ardèche?
Whether you’re looking for a sporting or cultural holiday, there’s a long list of must-see tourist sights to see during your holiday in the Ardèche:
- The Gorges de l’Ardèche
- The Madeleine Caverns
- The Marzal Cave
- The Decorated Cave of Pont d’Arc
- Pont d’Arc
- The Museum of the Ardèche
- The Vivarais tourist railway
- Peaugres safari
- Païolive Wood
It’s very easy to fall in love with the Ardèche. Prepare your excursions to these sites of outstanding natural beauty.
Which are the most beautiful lakes and rivers in the Ardèche?
Some of the lakes in the Ardèche are well known to visitors. Whether you’re looking for a place to go swimming or to go hiking, the lakes and rivers in the Ardèche are full of surprises...
- The River Ardèche
- The River Ligne
- Issarlès Lake
- The Ray-Pic waterfall
- The source of the Loire
- Devesset Lake
- The River Volane
- The River Besorgues
Spending a day near one of these many water spots is an excellent way to combine enjoyment and relaxation while admiring the magnificent views offered by the lakes and rivers of the Ardèche.
What are the activities on offer in the Ardèche?
Whatever the weather, you’ll always find something to do during your family holiday:
- Via ferrata
- Tree-top adventure courses
Which events are not to be missed in the Ardèche?
Whether it’s music, theatre, sports events or traditional festivals, you’re bound to find something that appeals to you!
- The Ardèche Aluna Festival
- The National Comedians Festival
- The Trans-Saint-Paulienne trail run
- The Monts d’Ardèche trail run
- Labeaume en Musique festival
- The Pont d’Arc adventure race
You now have all the information you need about the department and the activities it offers, and all the places you should visit for a great stay in the Ardèche. Now it’s time to choose your ideal campsite in the Ardèche. So, on your marks, get set... get booking!