The Méaouge canyon is classed as a biological reserve thanks to its diverse flora and fauna, some of which come from as far away as north Africa and Iberia.
There are a multitude of walking trails around the canyon and its also renowned as a great place to come for a swim.
There is a well preserved Roman bridge with three arches still standing and next to it is a popular swimming spot. In spring time you're allowed to kayak down the river too. Paragliding and hang-gliding are also popular here, thanks to the dramatic views on offer.
The canyon has been classed as a Natura 2000 site for biodiversity.