Ardèche Campsite: Le Domaine d'AndanceCamping en Ardèche : Le Domaine d'Andance
Phone number. : +33 (0) 4 27 51 93 73
Mobile phone number : +33 (0) 6 98 15 36 00

To do near the campsite «Le Domaine d'Andance ***» in Rhône Alpes

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Only 15 minutes away from the Andance, you will find the Safari de Peaugres, the largest zoological park in the Rhône Alpes region! You can discover rare species and you will be able to stroke some pets. The Safari de Peaugres is in the north of the Ardèche, nearby Annonay. http://www.safari-peaugres.com

Places of interest in the region.


The Maestro: the Ardèche tourist train
on the Vivarais railway-line (CFV), also known as “Le Mastrou” or the “Train de l’Ardèche”,
Is a tourist railway-line to be found in Ardèche. Originally, it linked Tournon to Lamastre over a 33 km long route. The Mastrou has the particularity of having a train pulled by the famous Mallet articulated steam locomotives. It’s the foremost tourist train in France.

The Mastrou

The ViaRhôna
by bi-cycle, from Lake Léman to the Mediterranean beaches, passing along the banks of the River Rhône,
here is what the ViaRhôna cycle-path has to offers you!
The Andancette exit point is located only 2.5 km from our campsite.
Take a break and relax with us after a hard day effort.
Our rates are adapted to suit our cyclist friends!

ViaRhôna

The Andance bridge

Andance is at approximately 15 kilometers from Annonay and 35 kilometers from Valence.
Built in 1827, the Andance bridge is the oldest suspension bridge still in use today in France (constructed by Marc Seguin, 1786-1875). Partly destroyed during the Second World War, it was rebuilt and lifed in 1946.

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The Andance Bridge

In the heart of a luxuriant garden, the Community Postman, Ferdinand Cheval,
dream of the construction of an architectural palace.
Unique in the world, the “Ideal Palace”, has been recognised as a work of raw art.
In 1969, it was classified as an Historical Monument, under the NaÏve Art heading,
by André Malraux, Back then Culture Minister.

The “Ideal Palace” of Postman Cheval