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Hotel Les Cèdres in Joyeuse

The perfect place from which to discover the Ardèche

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By staying at our hotel in the Southern Ardèche, you’ll be able to enjoy accommodation in a calm environment right by a number of exceptional sites. The villages of Balazuc and Vogüe, respectively 13 km and 20 km from the hotel, are worth visiting. Both rank amongst the most beautiful villages in France. You’ll be able to enjoy the intimate environment of these medieval villages full of tradition and authenticity. If you’re into history, you should head towards the Château de Largentière and the Château des Roure. The latter, recognisable from its two massive round towers with orange roofs, is a perfect example of a traditional fortified castle in the Ardèche.

The natural sites accessible from our hotel in the Ardèche can be characterised by their large diversity. You can also enjoy an excursion in the Monts d’Ardèche Regional Natural Park where the source of the Loire can be found. Finally, don’t forget the many wonderful natural grottos and caves in the region. The Grand Site of the Aven d’Orgnac and the Cocalière Cave in the Gard are unique places worth including in your tour plans.

Discovering the Ardèche

Must-see sights amid nature and culture


Said to have been founded by Charlemagne, who fought a battle here, Joyeuse got its name from the famous sword of Charlemagne (or so the legend goes). The medieval village between the two rivers of the Beaume and the Drobie is the ideal place from which to discover the Cévennes in the Ardèche.


Just 8 km from Vallon Pont d’Arc, this small town surrounded by fortifications is great for lovers of canoeing and swimming. Since 2008, Ruoms has also been the lively and bewitching setting for the Ardèche Aluna Festival.

Gorges de l’Ardèche and Vallon Pont d’Arc

Fascinatingly beautiful, the Gorges de l’Ardèche are also a great place to discover a great number of activities which can be found most notably at Vallon Pont d’Arc. Right next door, the Pont d’Arc Cave, a replica of the painted Chauvet Cave, offers a unique journey into the past.