Family Camping in France
Come and discover the “Forest of Senses” in Villeneuve de Berg with its natural, historical, cultural and landscape heritage, through an educational trail over 2,100 metres.
The Secret of the Unicorn
A perfect family activity! Come and wake the Unicorn through a treasure hunt. Take an adventurer’s backpack provided by the Tourist Information Office to solve the riddles.
Musée des arts et traditions populaires du pays de Berg: a true trip through time to discover the traditions and knowledge that set the rhythm of life in the «Berg countryside».
Ferme Olivier de Serres (Farm) -Mirabel: Discover agriculture inthe 16th century with the passingseasons through the writing of Olivierde Serres, an emblematic fi gure in the sphere of modern agriculture..
A stroll through the lavender Mirabel: Among the vineyards and the fi elds of grains, there is a little park called the «stroll through the lavender». Discover the blue, pink and white lavender. A stroll through butterfl ies and frogs, flowers and wildlife and... more than 50 varieties of Lavender.
The educational farm-Lussas: A must-see visit for your family holiday. Come visit a park where you can come in contact with nature: you can pet goats, llamas, sheep... and see many others like zebras, horses and pigs... Souvenirs, snacks and pony rides.
The foodie itinerary-Mirabel: Take advantage of your trip in our region to taste the many flavours of our productions! The Berg and Coiron countryside and its farms guarantee sensible and eco-friendly agriculture.
Model train-Saint Jean le Centenier: Discover the station and the area around Saint-Jean-le-Centenier in the 1950s and 60s thanks to the miniature train set.
The Vélorail at Saint Jean le Centenier, unusual activity to be shared in family or between friends. Vélorails, these small wagons specially conceived for railroads, will embark you for an adventure of 2 hours.
Winding between Villeneuve de Berg and Vallon Pont d’Arc, the Ibie Valley offers magnifi cent landscapes amongst limestone rocks and Mediterranean vegetation.
The Dent de Rez massif extends over more than 3,000 hectares through the towns of Lagorce, Gras and Saint Maurice d’Ibie. Zone Natura 2000 in Lower Ardèche offers hikers an area rich in nature with biodiversity protected by the Management at the Ardèche Gorges (SGGA).
Château de Vogüé has opened its doors so you can discover its architecture, rooms and hanging garden... More than a historic site, the château is also a place for cultural events.
The Intermittent Fountain is one of the natural curiosities of the spa town of Vals les Bains. Every day, it attracts many visitors who are curious to discover its wonders. Located in the heart of the intermittent park and discovered in 1865 by Firmin Galimard, the geyser blows every six hours.
Devil’s Bridge spans Ardèche’s narrow valley near the town of Thueyts. Built of primarily basalt, this arch has risen dozens of meters over the water for several centuries.
Château de Ventadour : Located in the town of Meyras, where Fontaulière and Ardèche meet, Château de Ventadour strikes an imposing silhouette with its square towers atop a breathtaking rocky peak.
Located near Vans, the Païolive Forest is a surprising petrified stone forest that attracts animals. Three one to two hour paths are available so you can discover this fantastic world.
Mont Gerbier de Jonc, an ancient volcano located on the Ardèche plains in the town of Sainte Eulalie, has a strange dome shape. This is the continuation of a volcanic structure called the Sucs. Mont Mézenc is another example of this. Mont Gerbier de Jonc is also famous for being the source of the longest river in France.
L’Auberge de Peyrebeille : Auberge de Peyrebeille sits on the edge of the Upper Loire and Ardèche. It is also called the Red Inn. In the 1880s, the owners of the inn were accused of murdering their guests in order to steal their money.