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Cascades du Sautadet

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ge v wrote a review Aug 2020
64 contributions5 helpful votes
This is surely a wonder of nature but too many people during the day time in summer season. The walk to their is quite challenging specially when it is hot and need to wear proper shoes as all rocks.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kiara S wrote a review Jul 2020
Chester, United Kingdom994 contributions243 helpful votes
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If you want a tranquil nature walk, this is fantastic. Somehow, I envisioned much larger waterfalls, so it was anticlimactic for me. These are mini, like, teeny-tiny, so just manage expectations. There are warnings about the number of deaths and swimming is prohibited, yet further down the river the water is calm and people are on the beach. And, yes, there are still hooligans jumping off the rocks, but I wouldn’t recommend partaking in that! There’s a parking lot just across the single lane bridge. It costs 5€ for the day (flat fee). The walk to the “cascades” is about 1 km along a flat trail. When I first saw the cascades I kept going, thinking I would find later falls. Then I realized I was walking lower. Duh!! So I backtracked realizing they were *the* cascades. The rock formations are pretty cool. Unless you’re planning on lounging at the beach or swimming you wouldn’t need more than 60-90 minutes for this stop.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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LouiseMS61 wrote a review Oct 2019
12 contributions11 helpful votes
These cascades are at the food of La Roque sur Ceze and are worth a visit. Walk the cobbled streets of the village as well. Unfortunately as we visited late in September the cafes were closed.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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bluetrumpets wrote a review Aug 2019
Worthing, United Kingdom11 contributions4 helpful votes
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 water.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Isis1961 wrote a review Jun 2019
Savigny, Switzerland111 contributions39 helpful votes
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 lot towards the path on - the parking lot side - of the bridge, cross the bridge and take the smaller - less obvious - path on the other side. The distance and views are the same.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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