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Sunêlia Le Ranc Davaine welcomes you to the banks of the river Chassezac, in southern Ardèche. This large, natural space covers 15 hectares planted with oak trees.
This sunny region of garrigues and vines is lulled by the sound of the cicadas and is full of streams, rivers, gorges and famous caves. It offers pure, unspoiled nature and you will notice the lilting French Midi accent!
A rolling landscape, the song of birds nesting along the banks of the Chassezac, the comfort of terrace shade… afternoon naps are sacred at Ranc Davaine! But don’t let that fool you, this is a real Sunêlia club, hosted by a team that is always on hand to take you for a zumba session on the edge of the 2,500 m2 water park, or get you dancing to the catchy beat of “Ohe Sunêlia”.
Le Ranc Davaine is located on the banks of the Chassezac, a tributary of the Ardèche which is home to a large variety of wildlife. Several routes have been set up here for white water activities. Moreover, the surrounding countryside is enticing for outdoor activities: hiking, rock climbing, caving, equestrian sports and, of course, all the white water sports in the clear waters of the Ardèche. Punctuate your holiday with visits to picturesque villages like Ruoms, a small 10th century medieval village, and traditional markets. Don’t miss out on the organic and nocturnal markets, and visit extremely beautiful natural sites such as the Vallon du Pont d’Arc and the Ray Pic waterfalls.
"Our department is full of vineyards and wineries: it’s a real pleasure to discover the wines of the region and appreciate all their qualities!"
Auriane, head receptionist
Fully equipped Spa.
Speleology, climbing, descent of the gorges by canoe or small boat, hiking, bungee jumping, etc. Sensational activities in a splendid nature.
The history of man in the Ardèche goes back 350.000 years: In the Caverne du Pont d'Arc you can discover the first masterwork of humanity listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
Starting point of the descent of the Gorges de l'Ardèche, Vallon-Pont-d'Arc is an important prehistoric and cultural tourist site.
The turquoise coloured Ibie crosses vineyards and lavelder fields, the Gras plateau, the villages of Rochecolombe, Saint-Maurice-d'Ibie and Lagorce. It holds a biological diversity and a few natural curiosities and remarkable sites: the arch of Ranc de l'Arc, the Trou de la Lune and the hamlet of Salelles.
In this village surrounded by cliffs and hollowed with troglodyte caves, you'll find houses of pebbles, ruins of a former castle, a mill and hanging gardens.