Aubenas is a medieval town,where you can visit the castle (guided visit of about 1h40), as well as the old town center with its little streets, and the castle square surrounded by characteristic buildings.
You’ll also find markets on Saturday and Wednesday morning. And in July and August a night market on Wednesday.
The “Cabane du Pêcheur” will give you all the material you may need for fishing (material, map…).
In this thermal town, you will enjoy the spa of the thermal resort (Jacuzzi, hammam, swimming pool, water jets) and watch in the park, the Intermittent Spring. You can learn its history in the museum of the Maison Champanhet.
You can savour the local products on the markets, Thursday and Sunday morning, even during the nigh market. And taste the beer Bourganel at the brewery. It’s the beer product with local products and made in Vals-les-Bains.
Perched on a cliff overlooking the Ardèche, the former stronghold of the “Lords of Balazuc” retains many traces of its medieval past. The crossing over the river will bring you to the ‘Viel Audon’ transformed into a little eco-village.
This beautifull village is built like an amphitheatre over the Ardèche River beach and is one of the most famous scenic and picturesque places of the Bas Vivarais.
Located 470m above sea level on a volcanic peak, the village of Antraigues sur Volane, classified as “character village”, is named after the three rivers that surround it: the Farmhouse the Volane and La Bise.
Little streets full of flowers, cobbled street and covered alley will lead you to the heart of this old typical village. In summer, you’ll take part of some petanque games, concerts and flea markets. It’s also the village where lived Jean Ferrat. The house of Jean Ferrat is open since the 13th March 2013.