Saint-Remèze is situated in an area of Ardèche that has the most tourist sites, so even if you don’t want to go far there is plenty to do. It’s doubtful you’ll have enough time to discover all the caves and potholes, and farms and museums, not to mention the wine cellars and boutique shops open throughout the year.
- Local shops and places to visit in close proximity
- Local heritage
- Saint Remèze village
What to do in Ardèche
Our region has a rich history that even us folk from Ardèche continue to discover. Discover the best tourist sites in Ardèche.
You have no doubt already heard about the latest find – the Pont d’Arc Cave. Pont d’Arc Cave is a replica of the original Chauvet Cave and is situated just 10 minutes from the campsite. It houses a fascinating art “gallery” of paintings and drawings that give an insight into our origins from 36,000 years ago.
To help plan your holiday, take a look at the websites of the tourist offices in the area :
…and a little further away
- the Ardèche mountains, including Mount Gerbier de Jonc, the Mézenc and Ray Pic waterfall
- the Cèze valley
- Drôme Provençale, Grignan castle and the Crocodile Farm
- Mount Ventoux
- Avignon and the Pont du Gard (Gard Bridge)
- beaches along the Mediterranean coast
- Palais ideal du facteur Cheval (Postman Cheval’s Ideal Palace)