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In the Gard region of southern France is the town of Saint-Denis. The town is near the natural wonder Pont d'Arc, a large stone arch stretching over the river Ardeche. Also near Saint-Denis is the historical location of the destroyed castle in Banne. Intact medieval sites can be found in the nearby area of Saint-Ambroix as well as numerous outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. Whether you've come for the natural wonders, the history, or the beautiful scenery, look to Hotels.com for all of your hotel needs. Hotels.com proudly offers Saint-Denis hotels ranging from one to five stars so that, no matter what your budget may be, you'll find the right accommodations for your visit. If you've come to investigate a particular location, you can view pinpoint maps to help you chose the Saint-Denis hotels closest to the attractions you want to see the most.
What's Saint-Denis Like?
With its natural stone arch stretching across the Ardeche river, Pont d'Arc is a beautiful natural wonder. Standing more than 150 feet high, small beaches run along either side of the rock formation. These beaches are one of the most popular attractions in the region so be prepared for some crowds, particularly during the summer weekends. Water sports such as canoeing and kayaking are popular along the river and near the arch. Nearby, the remnants of the castle Banne can be found, though the majority of the castle was destroyed in a 1792 fire. Intact castles can be found in Saint-Ambroix such as the Chateau de Montalet, which is roughly a 45-minute walk from Saint Ambroix. There are plenty of opportunities for hiking and cycling nearby and the area near the Ceze river is very popular.
How to Get Along with Locals in Saint-Denis
A wide variety of dishes are available to be sampled in Saint-Denis. High quality sheep is produced nearby and mushrooms, chestnuts, berries, other types of game, and goat cheese are all locally grown and raised. As anticipated, French is the native tongue in Saint-Denis and spoken exclusively. Whether you're an accomplished speaker or not, residents are usually friendlier and more helpful when approached in their native language, even if you know just a few simple phrases. For as long as you enjoy the sites and attractions in and near Saint Denis, returning to a Hotels.com hotel is a perfect way to end the day. In addition to their pinpoint maps, you can view high resolution photos of every hotel and read independent reviews left by previous visitors.