Dragonflies' pond - ©S.BUGNON
Dragonflies' pond
Dragonflies' pond

Natural heritage in Jaujac in Ardèche

Opening : All year round.

The dragonfly pond is a marsh, a true cradle of biodiversity in the Monts d'Ardèche Geopark: Dragonflies, toads, frogs flourish for the delight of visitors!

The dragonfly pond, as its name suggests, is a place rich in biodiversity. This marsh is covered with reeds, yellow irises, cattails, watercress, pondweed and other aquatic plants and mown meadows. Did you know? At least 24 species of dragonflies frequent the Jaujac pond. They can be seen flying on sunny days or during breeding periods. There are also many toads, frogs, insects and butterflies.

How do I access it? From the village of Jaujac, follow the direction of the Maison du Géoparc des Monts d’Ardèche then follow the footpath towards the volcano of the Coupe de Jaujac.

Want to extend the walk? Follow the trail of the lively flow of the volcano of Jaujac

Free access.
  • Picnic area
  • Parking
  • Pets welcome
  • Pets accepted: Yes
  • Animal reception conditions:
    Please keep your pets on a leash during your visit.
  • Not accessible in a wheelchair

Dragonflies' pond

Château de Rochemure
Chemin du Volcan
07380 Jaujac

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