Mas Pellier is located at the corner of Ardèche, Cévennes and Cèze
Visit the Cave of Pont d'Arc, replica of the Cave Chauvet (protected prehistoric heritage)
Discover the natural site of Vallon Pont d'Arc
National park of the Cévennes:
Discovery of the local flora and fauna
Hiking, Kayak, Canyoning, Climbing, Via ferrata, Acro-branches, bathings of course!
Cèze river :
The karstic tray of Méjannes the clapperboard is made an incision by a canyon which the river Cèze digs since the beginning of the neogene (approximately 80 million years).
Clear waters of Céze pass by so peacefully between magnificent fair cliffs on which nest any sorts of birds.
The beaches of the Roy, Terris or the Quittard, welcome in summer the swimmers and can be reached by car within minutes
Suite Les Glycines, 1st may 2016
This was a wonderful wk end
Duchesse, Rotterdam, NL
Cèze is a French river, a tributary of the Rhône in right bank, and which flows into the departments of Lozère and the Gard, in region Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées.
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La “Caverne du Pont-d’Arc”, réplique de la grotte Chauvet en Ardèche, permet depuis peu de découvrir un bestiaire exceptionnel vieux de 36 000 ans, tout en préservant les dessins originaux pour éviger les erreurs passées de Lascaux.
Since 1972, twice a year, during the weekend of Easter and the weekend of 15 aôut, takes place the Fair in the Secondhand trade of Barjac.
Whole Europe comes ‘to mock’ on the lookout for the bargain, under the hundred-year-old plane trees of this typical village of the Gard.
A warm and relaxed atmosphere, a real pleasure ‘ of the South ‘, for most great pleasure of the amateurs but also the collectors.
The gorges of Ardèche are an Ardèche place of interest.
Gorges, which form a real canyon of around thirty kilometers dug in the calcareous tray between Le Pont d’Arc (Vallon-Pont-d’Arc) and Saint-Martin-d’Ardèche, can be followed by car by the north side by a panoramic road through the scrubland. On their lower course, they form the border between the departments of Ardèche and the Gard.