Did you know? Ardeche is one of the French departments with the largest concentrations of dolmens – collective burial sites built in the late Neolithic period at the beginning of the Early Bronze Age. They are spread out mainly over the Pont d’Arc – Ardeche area!

Cultural Sites

Museums to find out about the history of exceptional men and women, indestructible castles bearing witnesses of bygone eras and fun areas for unforgettable family moments! We invite you on a journey through time, between history and prehistory. Enjoy your visit!

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Shards of flint, the crackling of a campfire, ochres on the walls... The earth of Pont d'Arc Ardeche has been trodden and inhabited since prehistoric times. Various vestiges remain today, including the oldest cave paintings in the world, which are located in the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave!

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Pont d'Arc Ardeche is a land made up of water and limestone, providing the right conditions for the formation of multiple cavities! Our land is full of caves and pitches, as well as majestic, crystalline concretions, often in unlikely shapes.

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