What to see
Rosières, a small village very popular with tourists, lies in southern Ardèche on the edge of the Regional Natural Park of the Ardèche Mountains in the Beaume valley.
The village enjoys a Mediterranean climate and has much to offer by way of leisure activities such as hiking along signposted paths, swimming in the La Beaume River, fishing, guided visits to vineyards and wine-tasting.
During your stay in Rosières, you can also visit several picturesque villages within 20kms, such as Balazuc, Labeaume, Vogüé, Vinezac and many others, (some of these villages provide guided tours; you can find out more from Tourist Offices), as well as various castles (château de Montréal), château des Roure,château de Vogüé.
Many of the old villages resonate with their past and you can enjoy the sacred, historic and legendary heritage, and learn about the history of the local people.
The campsite is also about 20kms from the Ardèche Gorges, listed as a Natural Reserve since 1980, the famous natural arch at Vallon Pont d’Arc and the Grotte Chauvet close by.
You will also be astounded by the diversity of the local produce in the Ardèche, and many local farmers will be happy to receive you and share their knowledge : l’olivier de Vincent, Vinimage : Museum to learn about wines from the Ardèche, atelier d’affinage Peytot, la figue sauvage.
What to do around : Ardèche découverte