THE ARDECHE IN FRANCE (1)

Last week we returned from our holiday in France, this year we visited the Ardeche, known for the many rocks, a popular holiday destination in Summer and full of French charm.

The Ardeche is situated in the South-West of France, a 1000 kilometer travel for us.

THIS IS A TYPICAL VIEW FOR THE ARDECHE

Normally there is enough water for canoeing but as the whole of Europe is suffering a lot from drought canoeing is not an option at the moment.

THESE MOUNTAINS ARE MADE BY VULCANIC ERUPTIONS ABOUT 8 MILLION YEARS AGO
MOST HOUSES ARE MADE BY THESE ROCKS TOO
I JUST LOVED THIS LITTLE TERRACE WITH A ROOF OF A GRAPEVINE
DARK GREEN TALL CYPRESSES. LOVE THEM !!
WATER AND ROCKS
AND MORE WATER AND ROCKS


We stayed in a lovely B&B as we always do when we visit France. I’ll show you more pictures of France in my next blog.

Have a great week !

6 Replies to “THE ARDECHE IN FRANCE (1)”

  1. I’ve never been in this area of the world, and it looks so pretty. Sorry to hear there is a widespread drought! Hope that situation improves. I love the tiny terrace too!

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  2. Oh my word! What beautiful scenery! How long were you in this part of France? A major disadvantage of being across the sea from such beautiful countryside .. it costs so much to vacation way over there.

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    1. For us France is about 300 km from where we live but I love the South of France although it is beautiful everywhere in France. We were there for a week this time.

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