Maison d'hôtes Le Bouzet is situated at the bottom of the Cevennes mountain range, which offers a rich variety of landscapes with a view of the Rhône valley.
Apart from the superbly varied landscape including rivers, waterfalls, mountains, forests and picturesque villages, the area of Savalas has lots to offer in terms of sports and culture. Savalas is in the vicinity of the well-known village of Vallon Pont d'Arc, which is renowned for its colourful streets and lovely shops.
Discover the possibilities that the area of Savalas has to offer.
Cycling in the area
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These picturesque villages are within a radius of about 20 miles around Savalas.
Avignon, Nimes and Montpellier are within a 90 minute drive along quiet and rural roads through the valleys and vineyards of the Ardèche and the Vaucluse.
Activities in the area
Top 10 places of interest
- Pont D'Arc
It took the river Ardèche thousands of years to create a 66 metre high arc, carving out a solid limestone rock. Nowadays, this place is known as Pont d'Arc and one can canoe underneath the arc.
- Caverne du Pont d'Arc (Grotte Chauvet)
The oldest caves in the world with preserved wall paintings.
- Gorges d'Ardèche
This gorge with a length of several miles displaying rough rock walls is also the creation of the river Ardèche. This is the right place for adventurous walks with spectacular views.
- Mont Ventoux
- Aven d'Orgnac
The Ardèche is also the home of one of the vastest caves in the world. The Aven dâ€™Orgnac has a number of impressive open spaces packed with stalagmites and stalactites.
- Waterfalls of Sautadet
- Mont Gerbier de Jonc
The volcano Mont Jerbier-de-Jonc is no longer active, but it is still the centre of one of the most rugged landscapes of the Ardèche. The volcano forms a high hump in the mainly flat land scape and is, therefore, a fantastic viewing point
Experts say that this is one of the most beautiful villages in France. It profits from its position: Balazuc is in the middle of a green valley. The narrow cobblestone alleys, the stone arches in the streets and the Roman church contribute to the charming view of the village
Vals-les-Bains is situated at the bottom of a young volcano. The specialty of this community is the wells with carbonated water. These are believed to be healing.
This water is also bottled and exported.
Every Saturday a local market is held on Place aux Herbes in the characteristic centre of Uzès. This market is famous and a range of regional products is displayed.