Various traditional villages are located near Les Coudoulets…

Labeaume, 6km from the campsite, overlooks the Labeaume river, which gives the village its name. The village is surrounded by cliffs. You can stroll in its sloping streets and sit for a while in the shade of the plane trees at Place du Sablas, before crossing the submersible bridge to admire the village from the other bank…

Balazuc, 5km away, has been classified as “one of the most beautiful villages in France” overlooking the Ardèche river, and has preserved traces of its medieval past: narrow streets, vaulted passageways and a fortified Romanesque church…

Via a path less than a kilometre long, along the banks of the Ardèche, you will reach “Viel Audon”, an eco-hamlet that has been magificently restored by the members of a charitable organisation, where you will find goats, pigs, and a little shop selling honey, goats’ cheese, plant based cordials, etc.

Vogüe,12km from Coudoulets, also classified as one of “the most beautiful villages in France”, was also awarded the title of 5th most popular village by the French people in 2016. Above houses nestling in chalk cliff walls, towers the imposing Vogüé “Châteaux des Seigneurs” castle. This beautiful medieval castle regularly hosts art exhibitions.