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Hotel Les Cèdres in Joyeuse, just 30 minutes

from the Gorges de l’Ardèche and Vallon Pont d’Arc

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Who would want to miss the Gorges de l’Ardèche and Vallon Pont d’Arc? If you love sport, prehistory and grandiose spaces, you’ll be pleased to discover a range of unique locations! Our hotel located in Joyeuse is located just 30 minutes from Vallon Pont d’Arc, the gateway to the majestic Gorges de l’Ardèche. From the famous rock formation of “Pont d’Arc” (which gave its name to the town) to Saint Martin d’Ardèche, lovers of thrills and preserved landscapes can enjoy the beauty of nature in its different forms. Hiking, mountain biking, climbing, canoeing, kayaking, aqua trekking and boat rides are some of the wonderful things you can discover at your own pace in the Gorges de l’Ardèche.

Vallon Pont d’Arc is not only an exceptional natural site. It also has some of the greatest treasures in all world heritage, with numerous caves having traces of pictures on their walls dating back to prehistory. Inside the Pont d’Arc Cave, a breathtaking and faithful reproduction of the Chauvet Cave, you’ll be able to admire replicas of intricate cave paintings created by the first people who populated this wild and fascinating region. 

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.

Charming villages and remarkable sites

The Southern Ardèche is full of exceptional sites like the Chauvet Cave and the Aven d’Orgnac, as well as picturesque villages like Balazuc and Vogüe, both ranking among the most beautiful villages in France.


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.