Les gîtes du Solitary

  • And then this: a land of active holiday par excellence, a swarm of summer cultural activities, a rich and original cuisine. In Ardèche, the stone is king, habitat in harmony with nature, unspoiled landscapes, authenticity is everywhere.

    And then this: a land of active holiday par excellence, a swarm of summer cultural activities, a rich and original cuisine. In Ardèche, the stone is king, habitat in harmony with nature, unspoiled landscapes, authenticity is everywhere.

  • Very difficult to list them and especially to name them all as they are numerous, all nicest and most engaging each other. Not to mention St Laurent and Mirabel, in the immediate environment of the Solitary,

    we include only those who are the closest: Alba la Romaine, Les Sallèles, Balazuc, Rochecolombe, Vinezac and many others.
    They are a priceless medieval heritage areas. You will visit them and love them.

  • Situated in southern Ardèche, near the Pont d'Arc, the Chauvet-Pont d'Arc was discovered December 18, 1994 by Jean-Marie Chauvet, Eliette Brunel and Christian Hillaire as part of their private speleological activities.

    Candidate for listing as World Heritage by Unesco, this prehistoric painted cave at Vallon-Pont d'Arc features exceptional characteristics: its age, the quality of the conservation of paintings among others.

    Site de la grotte de Chauvet

  • You will Enjoy the great diversity and architectural richness of the churches: St Andrew Ailhon, Cruas the Abbey, St. Magdalene of Balazuc, St Peter's Sauveplantade are real gems.

    The heyday of the medieval history of the Crusades to the Renaissance are still listed in the stones of fortified castles, be it as ruins in St amount, or Mirabel Chateaubourg or beautiful buildings such as in Largentière, St Amount , St Michel de Boulogne, Ventadour

  • Worth to mention are The Museum of Life (07700 Bidon) which traces the origins of life and humanity; "Ardelaine" (07190 St Pierreville ), a lively museum that tells the story of wool and its role in civilization.

    Alphonse Daudet Museum where we really feel like to live and participate in daily family life in the early twentieth century. It's all yours to discover them and all others, that of the chestnut, silk, caving etc...