We visited on a Friday, hoping to rent a boat. We arrived about 1:30pm and it was an hour wait for a boat. we drove 2.5 hrs to get here, so we were bummed and didn't know what else to do. They need more boats!...More
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We visited the gorges via pedal boat. Looked on internet for a rental but location was unclear. We headed for a bridge called Pont du Galetas. Either side of the bridge are parking areas. We went to north side but better to hire from south...More
Amazing. Most beautiful place I have visited. Castleanne at the top is a beautiful little French town with lovely restaurants. Wonderful places to stop on the way down to play in the water. Lots of campsite with stunning surroundings. The view from above the gorge...More
This place is ideal for nature lovers, campers, trekkers, walkers, bikers, canoers, swimmers...a real paradise.
We visited yesterday with our two kids aged six and eight. What an incredible place. Hiring a kayak and rowing out and swimming in the gorge was absolutely brilliant although it did feel a bit like the M25 at times. Bring an umbrella and lots...More
Amazing areas located around mountain & nature , water come from the mountains so very cold ! when you go with a kayak for example something to do is to "park" where you can and go visit the nature quickly ...
Wow.... Stunning... A beautiful place to visit Worth every penny Recommend a paddle boat in to the canyon 2 hrs 35 euros. No cafes there at all so eat before hand! There are restaurants and cafes along the Mountains. We took the scenic route.
The gorges is a breathtaking spot, The lake is a dazzling blue. And head to Quinton to take a trip along the gorge and swim in the delicious water - one of the best things I've done in Europe! A major spot - much overlooked...More
My family and I visited the Gorges a week ago. It was fantastic! I wish we had allocated more time to spend in the area. It is fun to drive the canyon and stop to take advantage of all the views.