The village is located in the Hautes Cévennes ardéchoises. Classified "village of character", it is perched on a basalt peak, located at the confluence of three torrential rivers: Volane, Bise and Maselande.
Antraigues deserves! After a few turns following the course of the Volane from Vals-les-Bains, the landscape will make you discover the basaltic organs, witnesses of past volcanic activity.
The central square welcomes artists, bowlers, festivals, markets and festivals... The terraces of the cafés give a southern air to this small picturesque corner in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of the Monts d'Ardèche.
Home land of Jean Ferrat, the town still hosts many artists.
The view is infinite valleys on the sides of oaks, beeches and chestnuts some of which are so old that they knew Saint Roch, the boss of the village (born around 1350 in Montpellier), revered by a pilgrimage each August 16 in the chapel of the same name located in the woods north of the village.