Beautiful house in stone in a stunning landscape with spectacular unobstructed long distance views to the south of the valley of Cèze and to the west in the Cevennes. Near the village of Orgnac-l'Aven (3km) with all shops. Separately 100 m² living space, plenty of room for up to 4 people, 2 bedrooms, huge living room with kitchen area, shower room, toilet, 1800 m² of land, bordered by vineyards and fruit trees. In a quiet, green location. Accessible via well-paved but quiet street.
Is located very close to the well-known stalactite cave Aven d'Orgnac-. The Ardeche Gorge is only a short drive away. The Valley of the Cèze is very close and offers beautiful swimming pools.
We, the owners, the house rent privately.
The landscape between the most attractive regions of France - Ardèche, Western Provence and Languedoc - charmed by a variety of wide open spaces and rocky gorges, vineyards and lavender fields, rivers in deep gorges and the foothills of the Cevennes, small quaint villages and romantic Renaissance town. In this landscape, nature is still very original and looks untouched. One can find small inns and private houses and apartments. Concrete concrete block as the Côte d'Azur is not here. Tourism is moderate - of course present, but well distributed over a wide, sparsely populated nature. Thus, the region has developed 'silently' into an attractive holiday destination for individual holidays.
Wir hatten im Frühjahr bei leider nicht so tollem Wetter das haus gebucht. Umso vorteilhafter war es da, ein wirklich sehr komfortables Haus erwischt zu haben, das keine Wünsche offen lässt. Vielen Dank und wir werden bestimmt wieder kommen.
In the resort is open all year round is a grocery store (VIVAL). There are also daily fresh bread from the bakery.
Embedded in the rolling hills of Cevennenausläufer stone villages and medieval town surrounded by lavender and vineyards. Balazuc and Vogüé, north of Ruoms, among the most beautiful villages in France. Avignon, Arles, Tarascon, Orange, Nimes, Aigues-Mortes are beautiful old towns or Town, partly of Roman origin. Uzes, a Sightseeing Renaissance town, attracts with colorful market on Saturdays. La-Roque-sur-Ceze nestles like many other natural stone villages on the slopes of the Vallée de la Cèze.
Barjac invites well off its famous antique market to stroll and relax. In the winding alleys of the characteristic resort you will find restaurants, bars and cafes as well as numerous shops: baker, butcher, newsagent shops, typical mom and pop stores and a supermarket 'Shoppi'. Every Friday morning there is a market in Barjac. Who raves for farmer's markets, should visit the market on Saturday in Uzes - probably the most beautiful within Labastide-de-Virac.
Les-Baux-de-Provence, a picturesque village on a rocky plateau, offers a magnificent view over the expanses of Provence and a good wine (own appellation); Worth seeing is a wine cellar in the caves of a former quarry near the village. Goudargues, a small tranquil town in the Céze valley, is worth a visit. Right through the village a rippling brook, which is surrounded by flowers.
The Rhône-Alpes, Languedoc-Roussillon and Provence, in the middle of the Ardèche and the holiday home are, offer all the nuances of beautiful landscapes, from beautiful sandy beaches by the sea to wild canyons in the mountains.
In Vallon Pont d'Arc you will find Internet cafes (in the square in the center of town) and many stores for shopping.
The Pont du Gard, the world-famous Roman aqueduct, is not far from the direction of Nimes.
Picturesque wine villages and sources of good wine
Famous and beautiful wine villages of the region are Gigondas (photo top left), Beaumes-de-Venise, Les Baux-de-Provence and Châteauneuve-du-Pape. Ever: quite good to excellent wines can be found throughout the many Caves Cooperatives. The prices are - especially in less 'famous' domains - very convenient for. B. Jouves in Laval-St-Roman, Les Collines du Bourdic in Uzes, Saint-Gervais in the Céze valley towards Bagnols or Les Vignes de l'Arque in Baron (between Uzes and Ales).
The world famous Chauvet cave near Vallon-Pont-d'Arc is not open to the public, since any measurable change in air humidity would lead to the destruction of these invaluable archaeological site. This 'Sistine Chapel of the Stone Age' is there to see close to the original location as an exhibition. A few kilometers away towards Orgnac you can visit a spectacular stalactite cave, the Aven d'Orgnac. Guided full-day excursions with equipment are possible, however, pre-registration is recommended. In general, it is in the region many beautiful caves (limestone area).
The famous Provence regions in the east and the Camargue in the south are close. To the north lie the Cevennes, in the east, the Dentelles de Montmirail (see photo) and the Alpilles. The Mont Ventoux in the Cevennes is known as a stage of the Tour de France. Les Concluses, a gorge near Goudargues [map] on the Cèze, worth a hike. The Bois du Païolive is a maze of bizarre rock formations.
A highlight is the one-day canoe trip through the Ardeche Gorge (30 km). Start the morning at best at 9:00 clock in Vallon-Pont-d'Arc, then you create the romantic route downriver to St. Martin easily. They are picked up in the evening at around 18:00 bis 19:00 clock by canoe lenders there again. Alternatively, there is a short tour of about 7 km, recommended to try out.
Canoe trips in midsummer be selected with care, as smaller rivers such as the Cèze have a low water level and you often have to drag the canoes over gravel banks. In the Ardèche one is here on the safe side.
The bathing rivers Ardèche, Ceze, Chassezac and Beaume invite you to swim and sunbathe on gravel bars and rocky plateaus.
Northeast lure the Gorges du Verdon and the Lac de St. Croix. To the west, a day trip is worth in the wild and romantic gorge of the Tarn. The Mediterranean Sea with its long sandy beaches in the south can be easily reached in just under two hours (150 km) (Le Grau du Roi, La Grande Motte and Les St. Maries de la Mère).
Famous and spectacular are the Calanques, unique overgrown by pine rock fjords with sheltered beaches and clear turquoise waters. You are in the nature reserve between Marseille and Cassis and are only accessible by boat or on foot.
zzgl. Endreinigung 55,- Euro, das Haus wird von einer zuverlässigen Putzfrau sehr gründlich gereinigt.