Annonay and Davézieux are two small towns in the Ardèche department in southern France, which is a region that takes its name from the river running through it. This rural area is well known for its natural landscapes and regional culture. The Ardeche is fairly sparsely populated compared to other parts of France and most towns and cities have less than 4,000 inhabitants. In the region, you'll find many natural caves and a few of these were lived in during the prehistoric era. The nearest Enterprise branches to Annonay and Davézieux are at Sainte Etienne and Valence TGV Train Station. Sainte Etienne is an hour's drive north-west from Annonay and Davézieux via D1082 and the journey to Valence to the south via the A7 also takes this long.