Drôme Provençale

The ideal place for an authentic stay in Provence. It abounds in flavours and fragrances... a very colourful land and history.
An oasis of colours and fragrances set in a Mediterranean climate.
In all seasons, you can follow the marked trails on foot, bicycle, horseback or on a donkey to admire the scrubland, lavender, thyme and rosemary, olive and fruit trees, rows and rows of grapevines, holm oaks and cypress trees as far as the eye can see. The singing of the cicadas and the bells of the sheep and goats accompany you beneath a sparkling blue sky in the warmth of Provence.
The attractions and riches of the Drôme Provençale are innumerable.
The hilltop villages, listed or botanical, sometimes clinging to rocky outcrops, the late gothic edifices all recount the history of an arid and secret region at the gates of Provence.

#Montjoyer

A small village with a remarkable abbey

#Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux

Between traditional produce and technology

#Richerenches

Richerenches: the treasure of the Enclave des Papes

#Montélimar

At the gates of Provence and much more than just nougat!

#Nyons

The homeland of the olive

#Buis les Baronnies

The realm of herbs and medicinal plants

#Visan

A village with a rich and ancient history

#Rémuzat

The Alps invited to Provence

#Grignan

A remarkable harmony between history, festivities and the countryside

#Suze la Rousse

A village rich in vineyards and history

#Montbrun les bains

A realm of herbs and medicinal plants

#Marsanne

Magnificent village in the Drôme Provençale

#Montréal-les-Sources

A hymn to nature

#Taulignan

Former fiefdom and important silk making centre in the Drôme

#La Garde-Adhémar

A hilltop village with a formidable dynasty in its past

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