On the doorstep of the Ardeche Gorges, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc is the dream location for getting zen. This small village takes its name from the famous Pont d’Arc. Listed as a “Grand Site de France” (major site of France), this natural arch which reaches 54 metres in height has been hollowed out by the Ardeche River. Nearby your holiday rental in Vallon-Pont-d’Arc you’ll taste pogne, caillette, and Ardeche crique.
Holiday rentals in Vallon-Pont-d’Arc are the perfect place for taking a deep breath of fresh air, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be short of things to do. Unusually, the nearby Ardeche markets welcome customers by day... and night! Wander through the aisles of fruit, veg, honey, olives and goat cheese, while enjoying the balmy evening air.
By day, explore the Ardeche Gorges on a canoe. You can also admire the breathtaking scenery during a walk or horseback ride: the Vogue cliffs, the Cirque de Gens... Another must see? The old village of Balazuc: A “Village de Caractere” included among the most beautiful villages in France.
Make the most of your holiday in Vallon-Pont-d’Arc, whether you come alone, as a couple, with family or among friends.
Taking a dip in one of the many rivers is tradition when staying in Ardeche. Rightly so, as the residence Le Domaine des Chames offers direct access to the river! Offering studio accommodation for 2 to 6 people, this holiday rental in Vallon-Pont-d’Arc is ready to welcome you for a stay in the great outdoors. The icing on the cake? The Vacanceole Group is committed to sustainable tourism throughout all of its residences.
One can only admire the exceptional setting of the Domaine des Dames. The dishes are worked and based on fresh products. One is willingly transported by the flavours and colors in the plates...
In family, in couple or with friends book your canoe and make the descent of the Ardeche through Vallon-Pont-d'Arc. On the program: secret creeks, rapids and splashes... Be careful not to capsize!
The essential not to be missed: The Chauvet Cave. Go 36000 years back in time and discover the first masterpiece of Humanity. The visit is fun and the guides are excellent: they understand Prehistory differently...