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To have a great time outdoors, theAdventure Camp is ideal. Children will love it, with activities like woodland games, laser games in the forest or paintballing. Adults haven't been forgotten either and will be able to try the Via Ferrata and human foosball...
Adventure Camp also lets you celebrate birthdays and stag/hen dos as well as offering various group activities.
Fans of wine will appreciate Neovinum, a unique place dedicated to the world of Ardèche wines. In a 1,500m22 space, Neovinum immerses the visitor thanks to an interactive staged trail showcasing the terroir. Combining a sense of theatre and expertise, this experience, unlike any other, takes you on a discovery of the vineyards of the region, while the younger ones will also have an educational area. Discover a fun trail before enjoying a tasting session to better develop your learning. Its cellar houses the widest selection of Ardèche wines and a selection of produce from the region.
A stronghold dating back to the end of the 14thth and the start of the 15thth century, the Château des Roure has had numerous owners, including the Pradier family. The descendants are, moreover, the current owners. Listed as an Historical monument in 1978, the château has been open to the public since 1975.
You will also find the écomusée de la Soie (Silk museum) on site. There you will see the different stages of silk thread work, from the cocoon to the fabric. The magnanerie invites you to discover the life cycle of silkworms, from the egg to the butterfly.
Le Chassezac, tributary of the Ardèche, has dug vertiginous caves out of the mountains.
Numerous activities are offered to all lovers of fresh air and beautiful spaces: climbing, speleology, canoeing and simply swimming and fishing.
Païolive forest has beautiful discoveries with its natural sculptures which appear to inhabit it.
Not far from the Cévennes National Park, the La Cocalière cave is one of the most beautiful and interesting caves in France.
Nicknamed the Diamond Cave, the cave runs for a distance of over 30 kilometres in a limestone soil area. Only a few kilometres of this are open to the public.
Currently, the excavation of the soil continues naturally as it began during the tertiary era. During the visit, you will discover stalagmites, stalactites, pearls and natural basins.