Our activities

Le Hameau de la Mûre offers a wide range of activities on site and in the surrounding area, for the whole family or groups of friends or colleagues.

Prefer to check in to Le Hameau and stay put until you leave? Le Hameau de la Mûre, nested in 85-hectare grounds, is the ideal spot for relaxing, recharging and reconnecting with yourself.

The region of Ardèche can be visited all around the property. It’s not just a story about ancient stones. It’s above all a heritage packed with authenticity, traditions and noteworthy sites that the local residents, craftspeople and farmers love to share with a passion.

Canyoning, canoeing/kayaking, horse riding, fishing, quad biking, hiking, trail riding, cycling, mountain biking. So many outdoor sports for every taste and interest, with family, friends and teammates. Ardèche is an inspiring playground for nature lovers and outdoor sport enthusiasts. It is nonetheless also rich in historical and culinary heritage.

Ardèche offers a wide range of activities, promising so many memorable experiences. And returning to Le Hameau to relax and unwind will be all the more pleasurable.

What's on

Activities at le Hameau

Infinity swimming pool, heated from 15 April to 20 September, weather permitting.

There are many signposted paths around the estate and trails leading from Le Hameau.

Mushroom and chestnut picking in the undergrowth around the estate.

Follow our Facebook page to participate in our cooking workshops and massage or yoga sessions.

Activities close by

Paddle in a canoe through the Eyrieux valley in Ardèche with our service provider Aquarock Aventure! Group kayak trips of varying distance and duration.

Just 20 minutes from Le Hameau, enjoy a tree top adventure above the Eyrieux Valley where you will “fly” over the water and rocks thanks to two giant zip wires (250 and 300 metres).

Aquarock Aventure : +33(0)6 81 15 96 98

Rémy Seillet stables: Situated between the Eyrieux River and the green corridor (Dolce Via) connecting Saint-Laurent-du-Pape and Le Cheylard (the old railway line accessible to horse riders), these stables are a go-to horse-riding destination in Ardèche and welcome you in a glorious setting.

Tel : +33(0)6 27 28 88 37

SOI’ ÉQUESTRE offers a variety of activities for everyone, from the young to the young at heart!
Classic disciplines such as dressage, show jumping, cross-country, equestrian vaulting and pony games as well as outdoor disciplines such as trekking, TREC, endurance and more.
Laurie Bella teaches horse riding in an educational environment, adapted to the confidence and goals of each student. Private lessons for all ages.

Tel : +33(0)6 71 07 49 41

Quad or motor biking with our partner Vernoux Loisirs. Tel : +33(0)4 75 58 63 96

Hiking in Ardèche across the Vernoux-en-Vivarais plateau, along the GR 42 and GR du Pays de Vernoux hiking trails.

This aerial view of the estate shows the many signposted paths that run through the property and the walks leading from Le Hameau (from 15 minutes to almost 2 hours).

A 4-hour hike starting from Le Hameau: Col de la Mûre > Crêtes de Gilhac and Bruzac

The former Chemins de Fer du Vivarais railway that connected La Voulte-sur-Rhône and Saint-Agrève has recently been redeveloped as a public path. This hiking trail, named the Dolce Via, now invites you to rediscover the natural and manmade heritage through the Eyrieux Valley. On foot, on horseback, by bike or in a Rosalie, with family or friends: 45 km practically all flat (rare in our part of the world!) for exploring this magnificent valley.

The start of the Dolce Via is 15 km from Le Hameau.

Don’t forget to book your bikes (manual or electric) for your day out with our partner Eyrieux Sport.

Tel : +33(0)6 69 39 86 08

Ardèche boasts local eateries and Michelin-starred restaurants where you can sample many a regional speciality such as crique, caillette, cousina, bombine or mique.

Le Hameau recommends the following restaurants:
—Bistrot Saint Anne (Vernoux-en-Vivarais)
—L’Auberge de Boffres (Boffres)
—Louis le Touristique (Saint-Fortunat-sur-Eyrieux)
Plus many other, just ask.

Meet the passionate winemakers in this excellent wine country (producing Saint Joseph, Cornas, Saint Péray, Condrieu).

If you stay for a few days in our beautiful region, you will have time to visit: Mont Gerbier-de-Jonc, Mont Mézenc, the castles around Drôme (Grignan, Suze-la-Rousse, Adhémar), the Tour de Crest, the Ardèche mountains and plateau, Alba-la-Romaine, the Soyons or Aven d’Orgnac caves, the crocodile farm (more than 500 specimens!), the villages of Chalancon, Mirmande and Cliousclat, Ardèche Miniature, the sweets and nougat museum, Ardelaine, the Ardèche Gorges, the Vercors Mountains, Peaugres Safari Park, Chauvet 2 cave and much more…

Local markets

Tuesdays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


La Poste car park

Wednesdays from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Place Luigi Mazzoni

Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.



In the village

Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Places Etienne Jargeat et Camille Debard

Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.


In the village