Peaugres sits on the northern Ardèche plateau, it is a village which welcomes you in with an intricate network of small streets, wash houses and a beautiful fountain.
With the neighbouring Safari park placing Peaugres on the international map, it is a delight to still find the authentic architecture of this tranquil French village. The Safari de Peaugres is the largest animal park in Rhône-Alpes, measuring at over 80 hectares and has a reputation for conservation. They have been supporters of the Cheetah's Conservation Fund for over 20 years and are able to provide conservation efforts for a range of endangered species. Creating the right environments for the 900 different species of animals in the Peaugres Safari allows guests to walk through every continent. They can be taken to the natural homes of the birds, reptiles, primates and the savannah animals roaming the plains. You would scarcely believe you were in France when all your senses are trying to tell you that you are walking through Africa, America or even Asia. You can even drive through the park and experience the lions and the bears roaming in their natural habitats. The Peaugres zoo is where man and nature can meet in harmony.