What’s happening in Ardèche
Where to go in the Berg & Coiron territory
Here is a list of events in Ardèche located in the touristic territory of Berg & Coiron. To narrow your selection use the list of criteria on the left. Click on more information for a detailed description of each event.
Cinema with the movie : “La belle épouse”
A film by Martin Provost with Juliette Binoche, Yolande Moreau, Noémie Lvovsky
France, 2020, 1h49
At the foot of Coiron, the village of Lussas welcomes you every Friday morning for a small market of local producers under the covered market (located near the church): fruits and vegetables, cheese, meat, fresh eggs … ( Mirabel Road).
Small producers market: goat cheese, bread, cold meats, beef, lamb, veal, eggs, fruits and vegetables, local products.
After the cancellation of the festival “from one courtyard to another” end of May, the association “Culture en Fait”organises a shortest shape with the 1st edition of “+ cour (t)”.
On the program: theater, circus, humor, singing, concert.
Possibility of refreshment bar and concert meal.
Come and vibrate to the rhythm of the Music E Vignes Festival. It is a festival organized from 15 to 18/10/2020 in the heart of the vineyards on the territory of the Vignobles Sud Ardèche destination. The singer, Magi Aleksieva “Mey” with the Soul stamp was revealed by X Factor.
Cinema with the movie : Antoinette dans les cevennes
A film by Caroline Vignal with Laure Calamy, Benjamin Lavernhe, Olivia Côte
France, 2020, 1h35
In the presence of donkeys, accompanying people take you along the mule tracks. The walk will end by a tasting offered by the vine growers in the cellar of Montfleury.
Cinema with the movie : Les mal-aimés
A film by Hélène Ducrocq
France, 2020, 0h40
Cinema with the movie : Yakari
A film by Xavier Giacometti, Toby Genkel with the voice of Aloïs Agaësse-
Mahieu, Arielle Vaubien, Hannah Vaubien
France, 2020, 1h22
Cinema with the movie : Les choses qu’on dit, les choses qu’on fait
A film by Emmanuel Mouret with Camélia Jordana, Niels Schneider, Vincent Macaigne
France, 2020, 2h02