What you need to know before traveling to Ardèche

If you like to ride a bike, canoe or see a nature crafted limestone bridge, head to Ardèche. The Ardèche River is fast flowing and challenging. People come so they can explore the many cave with their stalactites and stalagmites. Ardèche has much to offer its visitors. The region has Balzuc with its more than 150 springs, the Château de Vogüé and Tournon-sur-Rhône. In Tournon-sur-Rhône you can visit both an 11th and 16th century château. The Collégiale St. Julien features a square bell tower and an elaborate Italian-influenced façade. The city also has the oldest secondary school in France.

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