The Ardèche Gorges are a stunning natural wonder located in the Ardèche department in southeastern France. Carved by the Ardèche River over millions of years, these gorges feature dramatic limestone cliffs, deep ravines, and captivating rock formations. The most famous landmark within the Ardèche Gorges is the Pont d'Arc, a natural stone bridge that spans over the river, attracting numerous visitors each year. The area is also popular for outdoor activities such as canoeing, kayaking, hiking, and rock climbing, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the breathtaking scenery and explore the rich biodiversity of the region.