Village of Saint-Maurice-d'Ibie
The river is usually dry most of the year but well known such as the ” Hole of the Moon” (the dam of the old mill of “Noé”).
The Ibie valley is full of lush vineyards and rows of lavender, it is the land of limestone as well.
Its homes have “couradous” which are well-ventilated terraces, that are a testament to the Golden Age of Silk and its sericulture and thread making artistry.
The village is made up of charming stone homes and cobblestone pathways which are perfect for a stroll.
The hamlet of Salèlles is a part of St. Maurice d’Ibie. Regardless of the destruction of many of its arched passageways along the road leading to Vallon Pont d’Arc, there remain beautiful homes with beautiful archways with stairs at its exterior and two bread ovens, one belonging to the town and the other to a private owner. The high cypres trees not far from the hamlet, mark a number of cemetaries belonging to Protestant families.
We also propose:
- Eglise de Saint-Maurice-d'Ibie
- Maisons à "Couradou"
- Village de Saint-Pons
- Village de Saint-Germain
- Village de Berzème
- Village de Saint-Andéol-de-Berg
- Village de Darbres
- Village de Lussas
- Village de Sceautres
- Saint-Laurent-sous-Coiron : Village de caractère
- Village de Mirabel
- Village de Saint-Jean-le-Centenier
- Village de Saint-Gineys-en-Coiron
- Village de Villeneuve-de-Berg
- Fours à pains anciens
- Aire de pique-nique du village de Saint Maurice d'Ibie
- Aire de pique-nique du hameau des Salelles
Bed & breakfast
Nature holidays in a pleasant and relaxing setting in an oak forest by the Ibie River. Canoe hire.
Discovery tour of the village and its church with painted apse.
Tasting of local fruit juice.
Length : 1h15.
Visit organized by the Local council Community Berg et Coiron and the Country of Art and History.
Fifth edition of “Deuches” in Ardèche organized by the Association “Accueil Ibie”.
Saturday: patrimonial tour, meal and evening French songs.
Sunday: Source of the Loire and picnic.
To admire those cars: Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm and 6 to 9 pm, and Sunday before 10 am.