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One of the most popular places in the immediate area was the Cascades. Children love ti jump from the rocks into the pools below. Unfortunately, it is so popular it is sometimes difficult to park or find a good spot to play around in the...More
Worthwhile the visit, although we found the parking fee a bit outrageous.
There are two paths to approach the falls: one on each river bank. The paths start on both sides of the medieval bridge. If you see too much crowd going from the parking...More
When I visited you didn't have to pay to park. I believe it's €6 in the Summer. A short walk brings you out to the mini waterfall on the River Cèze which then makes its way through stunning rock formations. You can walk over these...More
This is one of the best wild swimming locations for teenagers who are confident swimmers.
That said, you have to treat the river with respect.
As others have said, the waterfalls are incredibly dangerous and should be treated with respect.
The real attraction for most...More
Hardly spectacular. Although we visited late spring and the river had a good water level it was really just a river running over some rocks with a few pools. Not worth a special trip. Also see other comments about parking. Village of La Roque-sur-Ceze also...More
When you want to visit the village of La Roque sur Ceze of the Cascades du Saudadet, by car be prepared to pay 5 (five) Euro for the parking. And you can only pay with credit card. Whether you stay 5 minutes or the whole...More
Visited here on a very hot day. It is quite a walk from the car park and although pretty was not that impressive. Contrary to signs advising you not to swim, people seemed to visit her just to jump off the rocks. It was very...More