Lalouvesc is a charming little village Ardèche, perched at 1080 m altitude. The village is geographically positioned in a quadrilateral between Saint-Etienne, Lyon, Valencia and Le Puy-en-Velay in the foothills of the Massif Central. Between the Alps and Mont Mézenc, your eyes will not know where to turn ... Not to mention Mount Besset and Mount Chaix.
Top spiritual place since 1640, with the pilgrimage St. Regis Grand High Vivarais missionary, and St. Therese Couderc, foundress of the Religious of the Cenacle.
Lalouvesc is ranked resort since 1971. The many proposed activities will make your stay enjoyable. The 220 km of hiking paths will satisfy young and old.
Lalouvesc is also a story of "Gourmet" with special breads, deli meats and cheeses countries, the traditional keypad St Regis, the pogne ... Not to mention mushrooms and berries.
The unmissable sites:
The Basilica of St. Regis - the crypt and shrine.
The Chapel of St. Ignatius.
The St. Regis Museum (diorama of 19 scenes depicting the life of St Regis).
The Chapel of St. Regis.
The Chapel of St. Therese Couderc.
Fountain St. Regis (miraculous spring).
The orientation table (view on the Alps).
Park Pilgrim with cross his path.
Home of hiking.
Various activities will delight young and old. For sports, hiking and biking to family or friends, several golf course developments such as the gym, the term fungi, the botanical term or the term rabbits. In short, paradise for hikers!
You can not leave without stopping Lalouvesc to curing the village. You can attend the production of traditional sweets such as candies, lollipops, and other nougatines ...
In July and August, tours of the village are provided by the Office of Tourism Lalouvesc and Val d'Ay. Recently, the Office of Tourism offers free guided tours for groups all year. Inquiries +33 4 75 67 84 20.