Val de Cantobre
Val de Cantobre is a small and friendly holiday park in Ardeche with a 4 star rating and 4 swimming pools to enjoy. With a magnificent location amidst the Dourbie Valley this park has much to offer both families and couples.
The amenities are top of the range including a fun waterpark with lazy river and three slides. For those who like to take it easy there is plenty of green space to explore and sun terraces to relax on. A walking and wildlife guide is on hand during selected dates for guided walks.
Dining options are varied including a restaurant serving a 3 course menu, open during mid May until early September. You can also enjoy the pizzeria and bar as well as takeaway meals.
The local area is well worth exploring. You will be within easy reach of some fun days out including Aquatropic, a tropical waterpark with wave machine and a crazy river. There is also a steam train within reach of the park which takes you on a 13km trip to the gardens valley.
Opening Dates: 29/04/2017 - 16/09/2017
Nearest Airport: Beziers (BZR) - 110km
Recommended Port: Caen - 865km
Direct Access to River: Dourbie - Direct Access
Nearest Town: Nant - 5km
• Crazy Golf
• Mooch around the traditional market in Nant
• If you have a head for heights, this region is perfect for climbing
Attractions close to Val de Cantobre
Tropical waterpark with wave machine, slides and crazy river.
Children have to be accompanied by adults.
A huge tropical aquarium with 52 aquariums and a tropical river. Includes fish from around the globe including piranhas, sharks, and electric eels. Shark feeding exhibitions (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays). There is a shop and restaurant.
Fascinating exotic place, in beautifully calm natural surroundings. The visitor is encouraged to Re-discover the wonder of this unusual garden. The visit will take 1hre + 30mins and there is an option of a guided tour which takes 30mins that depart every 15mins. Schedules are displayed at the entry desk.
A blow of the whistle, a jet of steam and the Lokomotive starts up for a trip of 13km, between viaducts and tunnels to discover the "gardens" valley and its fabulous panoramas.
Musee de Millau
Exceptional regional collections of Galo -Roman pottery as well as items of geological interest are on display in this museum. The traditional industry of skin curing and glove making, famous in the area, is also represented. A further attraction is 200 ancient dolls
From the summit of Mont Aigoul about a quarter of France can be seen, from Pic du midi (Pyrenees) to Mont Blanc (Alps). The museum of meteorology is free of charge, It shows a great number of photos, ultra modern advanced material with computers and also the day to day running of the weather station
The French word 'Aven' means big cavern or cathedral and the name fits this cave extremely well! The central cavern is 75 metres high which is higher than Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. In this cavern there are more than 400 of the typical plate-stack shaped 'Palmtrunc Stalagmites'. The biggest one being 30 metres high