The Ardèche is a part in the south of France and very popular with many holidaymakers. Great weather, good food and the sophisticated mix of culture, nature, sports and relaxation are important reasons for this. Belvilla offers authentic holiday homes, characteristic farmhouses and luxury villas with a pool in the Ardèche. A wide range of holiday homes in the Ardèche!
During a holiday in the Ardèche you can enjoy a colourful setting of lavender fields, forests, mountains, rivers and rapids, with charming towns and impressive caves and gorges. You can make beautiful canoe trips on the river, and of course, you can visit the caves for which this region is famous. Young and old will discover plenty of opportunities for hours of entertainment.Your holiday home in the Ardèche is the starting point for an action-packed holiday!
Get up and enjoy a delicious French breakfast with a beautiful view on the terrace of your holiday home in the Ardèche.Over the centuries, water and wind have made this area wild and rugged, and it doesn't seem like the idea most people have of the French countryside. This is also a very interesting region underground, as there are many stalactite caves in the Ardèche. Above ground, you can follow a route along the Gorges de l'Ardèche. From up high, you have a beautiful view of the river located way below. At the end of the gorge is the Pont d'Arc, a natural limestone bridge straddling the river that was created by the action of erosion and wind. Discover the beauty of this area from a holiday home in the Ardèche.
The medieval village of Vögué is an absolute must during your holiday in the Ardeche. This beautiful gem is built against a rock. During your visit, you will wander through narrow medieval streets that will gradually lead you to the 16th century castle. You will be amazed by its good condition and the special round towers that support the castle. Are you more of a nature lover? Then you'll love a holiday in the Ardèche! In addition to the many water sports that the river provides, there is also plenty to see and do on the mainland. What about Monts d'Ardèche? This beautiful nature reserve is over 180,000 hectares in size, and has a diverse landscape. Follow one of the many hiking trails, you will encounter the most beautiful views along rivers, volcanoes, chestnut forests and mills. After an intensive day in the open air, you can relax in your holiday home in France!
There are around 120+ Belvilla houses in the Ardèche.
La ViaRhona, Gorges de l’Ardèche, Pont d’Arc Cavern, and Lavender Museum and Distillery are some places that you must visit in the Ardèche.
Some of the must-try activities in the Ardèche are:
Some of the recommended dishes in the Ardèche are Lavender ice cream, crème de marrons (puréed candied chestnuts), Crique (flat cake), Maouche (pork haggis), and marrons glacés (glazed sweet chestnuts).
The best time to visit the Ardèche is from April to October.