Vaison-la-Romaine & Drôme Provençale

Explore the historical treasures of Vaison-la-Romaine and immerse yourself in the heart of the stunning landscapes of the Provençal Drôme.
Ville Vaison-la-Romaine

An ancient and medieval heritage

VAISON-LA-ROMAINE AND ITS SURROUNDINGS

An open-air museum

In the heart of the ancient city of Vaison-la-Romaine, explore the Roman ruins, wander through medieval alleys, and soak in the enchanting atmosphere of the old town. A few steps away, the vineyards of the region stretch out, producing renowned wines that captivate palates with their complex flavors. The vineyards, nestled at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail, offer authentic tastings, inviting wine enthusiasts to discover the essence of the terroir.

Vaison-la-Romaine

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Vaison-la-Romaine

Welcome to Vaison-la-Romaine, a historical oasis in the heart of Provence, where antiquity harmoniously blends with medieval charm. Explore this captivating town, renowned for its exceptional Roman remains and preserved Provençal ambiance. Vaison-la-Romaine invites you on a journey through time. Explore the Roman ruins, including the ancient theater and upper town, bearing witness to the fascinating history of this millennia-old city. Every stone tells a story, offering an immersive dive into the glorious past of Provence. Stroll through the medieval alleys of the town, where stone houses, picturesque squares, and ancient churches unveil the timeless charm of Vaison-la-Romaine. Get lost in this maze of preserved history, where each corner reveals unique architecture and an authentic atmosphere. The colorful markets of Vaison-la-Romaine are a true sensory festival. Discover local products, enchanting scents, and local crafts on lively stalls. Sunny cafes and traditional restaurants invite you to savor delicious Mediterranean cuisine in a friendly atmosphere. Nestled at the foot of Mont Ventoux, Vaison-la-Romaine offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. Explore hiking trails surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, diving into the heart of Provence's pristine nature. Vaison-la-Romaine comes to life throughout the year with diverse cultural events. Festivals, concerts, and exhibitions add a contemporary touch to this history-laden city, creating a vibrant atmosphere. Whether you're passionate about history, an art enthusiast, or simply seeking an authentic Provençal getaway, Vaison-la-Romaine promises an unforgettable experience at the crossroads of the past and present. Immerse yourself in this unique town, where every street tells a story, and every moment captures the timeless essence of Provence.

Seguret

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Seguret

Nestled among the most beautiful villages in France, Séguret offers a picturesque stroll through its cobblestone streets, freezing time in its tracks. Built in the 10th century behind ramparts, the village takes its name from the Provençal "segur," meaning "security." Providing splendid perspectives of the landscapes from its dominant position, Séguret reveals its 18th-century charm with access gates, charming streets, and historical landmarks such as the Belfry and Saint Denis Church. A steep walk leads to the remnants of the medieval tower, offering remarkable panoramas. At the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail massif, Séguret, dominated by the tower of its former castle, enchants visitors with its preserved charm and history that shines through its architectural remnants.

Rasteau

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Rasteau

Rasteau, a vineyard village perched at 200 meters in the Upper Vaucluse, captivates with its 12th-century Romanesque church and the ruins of a castle from the same century. Life revolves around the central square, surrounded by shops, the school, the town hall, and the post office. Cobbled streets lead to a medieval fortified enclosure, offering houses with Provencal colors. Brave visitors can climb to the old episcopal residence for a panoramic view. Marked hiking trails reveal the landscapes, and the renowned cooperative cellar offers excellent Côtes du Rhône wine. The museum of vineyard work explains the traditional passion of the winemakers.

Sablet

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Sablet

Sablet, nestled at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail, reveals its authentic charm as a Provençal village, with houses intertwining around the central church. Without a castle but fortified since the 14th century, Sablet offers charming stone details in its labyrinthine alleys. The "Yvan Audouard square," with its fountain and washhouse, pays homage to the village's writer. Climb up the "Montée de l'église" to discover the Saint-Nazaire church. Former consulate of Patagonia according to the writer Jean Raspail, Sablet hosts the Book Days every July, making it a captivating destination for enthusiasts of history, literature, and village life.

Malaucène

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Malaucène

Nestled at the foot of Mont Ventoux, the village of Malaucène reveals a medieval charm and a rich heritage. The fortified church, with its historic doors and majestic interior, along with the Chapel of Groseau, bear witness to its centuries-old history. The Groseau Spring, a source of irrigation and energy for ancient mills, offers a fresh and peaceful setting, perfect for picnics. Malaucène's Calvary, with its slopes providing panoramic views and 14 oratories depicting the Stations of the Cross, tells a story steeped in local legends. A captivating visit blending history, nature, and Provençal tradition.

Entrechaux

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Entrechaux

Entrechaux, nestled between Drôme and Upper Provence, offers more than just a fascinating history. It's a perfect balance of agricultural tranquility and picturesque charm. This little slice of paradise, surrounded by fields of asparagus, blooming cherry trees, juicy melons, sun-soaked apricot orchards, and lush vineyards, awakens the senses. Perched at 280 meters, the Château d'Entrechaux, now in passionate hands, invites stone-cutting workshops, providing an immersion into the past. The unnamed streets of the village reveal authentic simplicity, where the warm hospitality of the locals creates a community where living is delightful. Entrechaux is more than a place; it's a preserved way of life, an invitation to settle down and savor the tranquility of a life connected to nature and history.

Gigondas

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Gigondas

Gigondas, an authentic village in Haut Vaucluse, is the birthplace of a globally renowned wine. Its 550 inhabitants cultivate a rich history, shaped by vineyards since the frosts of 1929. Picturesque alleys lead to the dominant church offering a panoramic view, while the Dentelles de Montmirail in the background invite enchanting hikes. Between cafes, cellars, and Place Gabriel Andéol, the restored village will charm you. Explore the Hospices, witnesses of the past transformed into a contemporary art space since 1982, revealing the commitment of "Gigondas d'hier et d'aujourd'hui." A place where vineyards, art, and history harmoniously intertwine.

Vacqueyras

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Vacqueyras

Nestled at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail, Vacqueyras, a wine village, shines with the fame of its Côtes du Rhône cru. The narrow streets of the old village, ascending towards the castle of Vassadel and the church with its Provençal bell tower, reveal a rich history. Essentially agricultural, Vacqueyras has gained viticultural prominence since the 20th century, elevating its wine to the status of "cru" in 1990. The 1300-hectare vineyard, surrounding the high garrigues of Sarrians, produces excellent red, rosé, and white wines. An eight-kilometer vineyard trail, bilingual and richly illustrated, offers an immersion into the terroir, showcasing the passionate expertise of the winemakers. Between hiking trails, Dentelles de Montmirail for climbing, mountain biking, and hiking, Vacqueyras captivates with its tranquil charm and exceptional wine heritage, adding a sporty touch with two road cycling circuits through the municipality.

Bollène

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Bollène

Bollène, nestled in the heart of Provence, offers an authentic quality of life in a region rich in history and natural beauty. The city seduces with its architectural heritage, with monuments such as the Château Saint-André and the Saint-Martin church, witnesses of its medieval past. Living in Bollène allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its terroir, with its Provençal markets full of local products, as well as its renowned vineyards offering quality wines. Residents of Bollène also have the opportunity to explore surrounding tourist sites, such as the Gorges de l'Ardèche and Mont Ventoux. Outdoor activities abound, from hikes in the Provençal hills to canoeing down the Ardèche River. Between its friendly atmosphere, its preserved heritage and its varied leisure opportunities, Bollène offers an ideal living environment for those seeking to reconcile Provençal authenticity and diverse activities in a region imbued with charm.

Buisson

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Buisson

Buisson, hidden gem of Provence, offers an exceptional quality of life within a preserved landscape between Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail. This small Provencal town seduces with its authenticity, its renowned vineyards and its peaceful atmosphere. Living in Buisson allows you to enjoy the benefits of a region conducive to relaxation, with its local markets offering local products and its wine estates where you can taste renowned wines. Residents of Buisson have the opportunity to explore iconic touristic sites such as the Château de la Croix des Pins and the neighboring village of Vaison-la-Romaine. Outdoor activities abound, with hiking trails winding through vineyards, cycling tours along the surrounding hills, and cultural festivals rooted in the richness of Provence. Between its rural charm, its preserved heritage and its diverse leisure opportunities, Buisson reveals itself as an ideal place to live for those seeking to merge Provençal well-being and a friendly atmosphere in the heart of nature.

Camaret-sur-Aigues

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Camaret-sur-Aigues

Camaret-sur-Aigues, a Provençal pearl nestled in the heart of Vaucluse, offers an exceptional quality of life in a preserved environment between Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail. This charming town seduces with its lavender fields, its lively Provençal markets and its friendly atmosphere. Living in Camaret-sur-Aigues allows you to enjoy the benefits of a region conducive to relaxation, with its renowned wine estates, picturesque hikes and local festivals that celebrate Provençal culture. Residents of Camaret-sur-Aigues can explore iconic touristic sites such as the Château de la Gardine and the Gorges de la Nesque. The area also offers a variety of outdoor activities, from bike rides through the vineyards to excursions along the Aigues River. Between its historical heritage, its generous terroir and its diverse leisure opportunities, Camaret-sur-Aigues positions itself as a destination of choice for those seeking a life balanced between Provençal charm, preserved nature and cultural dynamism.

Lagarde-Paréol

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Lagarde-Paréol

Lagarde-Paréol, a little Provençal gem located in the Vaucluse department, offers an idyllic living environment in the heart of vineyards and lavender fields. This town seduces with its authentic charm, its picturesque streets and its peaceful atmosphere. Living in Lagarde-Paréol represents the opportunity to immerse yourself in the gentle Provençal way of life, with its colorful markets, wine tastings at local wineries and bucolic landscapes. Residents of Lagarde-Paréol have the benefit of exploring iconic touristic sites such as the nearby Château de la Garde and Mont Ventoux. The region also offers a wealth of outdoor activities, from hikes in the surrounding hills to cultural festivals celebrating the Provençal art of living. Between its rich heritage, its generous terroir and its varied leisure opportunities, Lagarde-Paréol presents itself as a privileged destination for those seeking to reconcile Provençal tranquility, dynamic activities and cultural discoveries.

Mondragon

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Mondragon

Mondragon, nestled in the heart of Vaucluse, offers an exceptional quality of life in an environment steeped in history and Provençal charm. This town seduces with its medieval streets, its lively market and its authentic atmosphere. Living in Mondragon allows you to enjoy the benefits of a region renowned for its renowned vineyards, picturesque olive groves and easy access to the emblematic tourist sites of Vaucluse. Residents of Mondragon have the opportunity to explore historic sites such as Mondragon Castle and the remains of the old town. The region also offers a variety of activities, from hikes through the Vaucluse hills to wine tastings at local cellars. Between its preserved heritage, its vibrant cultural events and its numerous leisure opportunities, Mondragon positions itself as a privileged place to live for those seeking to combine Provençal authenticity, local conviviality and the cultural richness of the region.

Piégon

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Piégon

Piégon, a little corner of paradise in the heart of Drôme Provençale, offers an exceptional quality of life in a picturesque setting between vineyards and lavender fields. This authentic town seduces with its medieval charm, its cobbled streets and its warm atmosphere. Living in Piegon allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its local products, its colorful markets and its preserved heritage. Residents of Piegon can explore must-see touristic sites such as the Saint-Romain Church and the Château de Montauban. The area also offers a wealth of outdoor activities, from hikes in the surrounding hills to bike rides through the vineyards. Between its captivating history, its generous terroir and its varied leisure opportunities, Piegon positions itself as an ideal place to live for those seeking to merge Provençal authenticity, the mildness of the Mediterranean climate and friendly village life.

Piolenc

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Piolenc

Piolenc, a haven of tranquility in the heart of Vaucluse, offers an exceptional quality of life in an enchanting Provencal setting. This town seduces with its preserved heritage, its lively markets and its friendly atmosphere. Living in Piolenc allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its cherry orchards, its olive groves and its easy access to the region's emblematic touristic sites. Residents of Piolenc have the opportunity to explore historic sites such as the nearby Saint-Michel Church and Pont de Saint-Bénezet. The area also offers a variety of activities, from canoeing on the Rhône to hiking in the surrounding hills. Between its cultural heritage, its local festivities and its diverse leisure opportunities, Piolenc stands out as an ideal place to live for those seeking Provençal authenticity, the calm of the countryside and a life balanced between tradition and modernity.

Propiac

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Propiac

Propiac, a pearl nestled in the Drôme Provençale, offers an exceptional quality of life in a preserved setting between vineyards, lavender fields and surrounding mountains. This town seduces with its picturesque charm, its cobbled streets and its peaceful atmosphere. Living in Propiac allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its generous terroir, its lively Provençal markets and its easy access to the remarkable touristic sites of the Drôme. Residents of Propiac can explore historic sites such as the Château de la Gabelle and the ruins of the old village. The area also offers a variety of outdoor activities, from hikes in the surrounding mountains to wine tastings at local wineries. Between its preserved heritage, its cultural festivals and its diverse leisure opportunities, Propiac stands out as an ideal place to live for those seeking to reconcile Provençal authenticity, tranquility and discovery of the natural treasures of the Drôme.

Puyméras

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Puyméras

Puyméras, a little corner of paradise in the heart of Provence, offers an exceptional quality of life in a preserved environment between vineyards and olive trees. This Provençal town seduces with its authentic charm, its medieval streets and its exceptional panorama on Mont Ventoux. Living in Puyméras allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its Provençal markets full of local products, its cultural festivals and its friendly atmosphere. Residents of Puyméras have the opportunity to explore iconic tourist sites such as the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church and the nearby Gorges du Toulourenc. The region also offers a variety of outdoor activities, from hikes in the Provençal hills to bike rides among the vineyards. Between its preserved heritage, its generous terroir and its varied leisure opportunities, Puyméras is positioned as an ideal place to live for those seeking Provençal authenticity, tranquility and total immersion in the natural beauty of the region.

Rochegude

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Rochegude

Rochegude, a haven of tranquility in Provence, offers an exceptional quality of life in the heart of Drôme Provençale. This town seduces with its medieval charm, its cobbled streets and its 12th century castle which dominates the village. Living in Rochegude allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its vineyards, its Provençal markets and its panorama of lavender fields. Residents of Rochegude can explore iconic touristic sites such as the Château de Rochegude and the neighboring village of Grignan. The area also offers a variety of activities, from hikes in the surrounding hills to wine tastings at local wineries. Between its rich heritage, its cultural festivals and its varied leisure opportunities, Rochegude is an ideal place to live for those seeking to reconcile Provençal authenticity, medieval history and well-being in the heart of unspoiled nature.

Saint-Etienne-des-Sorts

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Saint-Etienne-des-Sorts

Saint-Étienne-des-Sorts, a Provençal pearl on the banks of the Rhône, offers an exceptional quality of life in a picturesque setting between vineyards and river landscapes. This charming town seduces with its peaceful atmosphere, its streets lined with stone houses and its easy access to the natural treasures of the region. Living in Saint-Étienne-des-Sorts allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its renowned vineyards, its colorful Provençal markets and its preserved heritage. Residents of Saint-Étienne-des-Sorts have the opportunity to explore touristic sites such as the Saint-Étienne church and the banks of the Rhône ideal for leisurely strolls. The region also offers a variety of outdoor activities, from kayaking on the Rhône to hiking through the vineyards. Between its rich heritage, its local festivals and its diverse leisure opportunities, Saint-Étienne-des-Sorts stands out as an ideal place to live for those seeking to combine Provençal charm, the tranquility of the banks of the Rhône and a quality of life incomparable.

Saint-Marcellin-les-Vaison

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Saint-Marcellin-les-Vaison

Saint-Marcellin-lès-Vaison, a Provencal jewel nestled in the Rhône valley, offers an exceptional quality of life in an enchanting setting between vineyards and olive groves. This charming town seduces with its medieval charm, its picturesque streets and its authentic atmosphere. Living in Saint-Marcellin-lès-Vaison allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its Provençal markets full of local products, its cultural festivals and its proximity to the famous vineyards of the Rhône valley. Residents of Saint-Marcellin-lès-Vaison have the opportunity to explore iconic touristic sites such as the old town of Vaison-la-Romaine and the nearby Mont Ventoux. The area also offers a variety of activities, from cycling along the winding roads to walks in the surrounding lavender fields. Between its historical heritage, its lively cultural events and its diverse leisure opportunities, Saint-Marcellin-lès-Vaison positions itself as a privileged place to live for those seeking to reconcile Provençal authenticity, well-being and total immersion in the natural wealth of the region.

Villedieu

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Villedieu

Villedieu, a peaceful haven of life in Provence, offers an exceptional quality of life in a preserved environment between the Vaucluse mountains and lavender fields. This charming Provençal town seduces with its authenticity, its stone houses, and its warm atmosphere. Living in Villedieu allows you to enjoy the benefits of a region renowned for its Provençal markets, its green olive groves, and its easy access to the region's cultural attractions. Residents of Villedieu have the opportunity to explore iconic touristic sites such as Saint-Pierre Church and the Fontaine de Villedieu. The area also offers a variety of activities, from cycling through vineyards to hiking in the surrounding hills. Between its preserved heritage, its local cultural events and its diverse leisure opportunities, Villedieu stands out as an ideal place to live for those seeking to reconcile Provençal tranquility, authenticity and a deep connection with the surrounding nature.

Violès

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Violès

Violès, a Provençal pearl in the heart of Vaucluse, offers an exceptional quality of life in a preserved environment between vineyards and lavender fields. This town seduces with its authentic charm, its picturesque streets and its peaceful atmosphere. Living in Violès allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its renowned vineyards, its Provençal markets full of local products, and its sunny Mediterranean climate. Residents of Violès have the opportunity to explore iconic touristic sites such as the Château de la Gardine and the neighboring village of Gigondas. The region also offers a variety of activities, from hiking in the Dentelles de Montmirail to wine tastings at the surrounding wine estates. Between its rich heritage, its local festivals and its varied leisure opportunities, Violès stands out as an ideal place to live for those seeking to combine Provençal charm, tranquility and total immersion in Provençal culture and nature.

Visan

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Visan

Visan, a Provençal haven between vineyards and idyllic landscapes, offers an exceptional quality of life in the Vaucluse department. This charming town seduces with its authentic atmosphere, its picturesque streets and its rich historical heritage. Living in Visan allows you to enjoy the advantages of a region renowned for its renowned vineyards, its colorful Provençal markets and its easy access to the popular tourist sites of Vaucluse. Residents of Visan have the opportunity to explore historic sites such as the Château de Castelas and the Prieuré Saint-Pierre. The area also offers a variety of activities, from wine tasting at local wineries to bike rides through vineyards. Between its Provençal charm, its local festivals and its varied leisure opportunities, Visan positions itself as a privileged place to live for those seeking to reconcile authenticity, tranquility and immersion in the cultural and natural wealth of Vaucluse.

For wine and history lovers

PROVENÇAL DRÔME

An invitation to relax

Provençal Drôme, a region where the Provencal way of life blends with magnificent landscapes. From rolling vineyards to lavender fields, every corner reveals a unique facet. The charming villages of Nyons, Grignan, and Buis-les-Baronnies captivate with their authenticity. Olive trees punctuate the landscape with silvery-green hues. The Toulourenc Gorges offer wild and preserved trails, with the majestic Mont Ventoux in the background. Renowned vineyards produce wines such as Côtes du Rhône, to be savored in the heart of the wineries.

Mollans-sur-Ouvèze

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Mollans-sur-Ouvèze

Mollans-sur-Ouvèze, the former "Gateway to the Baronnies," exudes a unique charm with its medieval remnants and rural tranquility. Nestled amidst vineyards and olive groves along the Ouvèze River, this town unveils its history through picturesque alleyways, feudal castles, and preserved architectural elements like the medieval bridge and the Clock Tower. The upper town, with its narrow lanes and fortress, provides a preserved medieval atmosphere. Beyond its heritage, Mollans-sur-Ouvèze is renowned for its silk farming, milling activities, and the local delicacy, the "Coco de Mollans." A true gem in the heart of nature, blending the past with contemporary pleasures.

Nyons

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Nyons

Nyons, nestled in the heart of the Drôme Provençale, captivates with its mild climate, preserved landscapes, and exceptional terroir, symbolized by AOP olive oil and the exquisite Tanche black olive. The city's historical charm is revealed through sites such as the 14th-century Roman Bridge and the Tower Randonne built around 1280. The historic center, with its St-Vincent Church renovated in 2010 and the Delphinal Castle, offers a unique atmosphere. Nyons delights gastronomes with its lively markets, especially the Thursday market, a centuries-old tradition. Beyond its culinary pleasures, the city caters to outdoor enthusiasts with hiking trails, a "4 Seasons Bike Park," and a variety of sports facilities, ensuring a fulfilling lifestyle for its residents.

Grignan

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Grignan

Nestled southeast of Montélimar, Grignan reveals an authentic charm and a rich heritage. Wrapped in vineyards and lavender fields, the village offers a remarkable way of life. Between elegant guesthouses, gourmet tables including the renowned Michelin-starred restaurant Le Clair de la Plume, and the delights of the AOC Grignan-les-Adhémar vineyard, life in Grignan is a celebration of the senses. The flower-lined alleys invite picturesque exploration leading to the majestic castle, a testament to the literary influence of Madame de Sévigné. With a vibrant cultural program, especially the unmissable "Night Festivities of the Castle" in summer and the Festival of Correspondence, Grignan captivates those seeking a life that combines history, gastronomy, and Provençal charm.

Cornillon-sur-l'Oule

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Cornillon-sur-l'Oule

Explore the lesser-known charms of Cournillon-sur-l'Oule, a small village nestled in the heart of the picturesque landscapes of the Drôme in southeastern France. Located on the banks of the river Oule, this quiet commune offers an enchanting setting where tranquility and natural beauty reign. Stroll through its cobbled streets lined with stone houses, discover its shaded squares, and immerse yourself in the authentic atmosphere of this preserved Provençal village. Cournillon-sur-l'Oule delights outdoor enthusiasts with its winding hiking trails that meander through the surrounding hills, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. History buffs will also be delighted by the region's rich cultural heritage, which includes ancient churches, old mills, and Roman ruins that testify to a rich and fascinating past. In addition to its remarkable natural surroundings, Cournillon-sur-l'Oule offers a variety of activities for every taste, from tastings of local products at colorful markets to kayaking excursions along the river Oule. Whether you're seeking outdoor adventures, relaxing moments amidst an idyllic landscape, or simply an escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life, Cournillon-sur-l'Oule provides an authentic and unforgettable experience in the Provençal Drôme. Plan your visit today and let yourself be enchanted by the timeless magic of this picturesque village nestled in the hills.

Reilhanette

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Reilhanette

Immerse yourself in the mountains of the Drôme provençale and discover Reilhanette, a small charming village nestled atop a hill with authentic charm. Set amidst a spectacular landscape of limestone cliffs and green forests, Reilhanette offers a tranquil retreat far from the urban hustle and bustle. Stroll through the cobbled alleys of Reilhanette, lined with colorful stone houses with shutters, and be enchanted by the peaceful atmosphere of this Provençal village. Admire the remnants of its rich history by discovering its medieval church and ancient fountains, which bear witness to its glorious past. Reilhanette is also an ideal base for hiking and nature enthusiasts. Explore the marked hiking trails that wind through the surrounding hills, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the Rhône Valley and the surrounding mountains. Extreme sports enthusiasts will also appreciate the opportunity to climb on the famous limestone cliffs of the region. In addition to its remarkable natural surroundings, Reilhanette offers a lively cultural life throughout the year. Attend open-air concerts, exhibitions of local art, and traditional festivals, where Provençal gastronomy takes center stage with its regional products and renowned wines. Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural discoveries, Reilhanette provides an authentic and unforgettable experience in the heart of the Drôme provençale. Plan your visit today and be charmed by the timeless allure of this hilltop village in the mountains.

Saint-Auban-sur-l'Ouvèze

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Saint-Auban-sur-l'Ouvèze

Discover Saint-Auban-sur-l'Ouvèze, a picturesque village nestled in the heart of the Provençal mountains. Imbued with the authentic atmosphere of Provence, this charming village offers an enchanting setting where tranquility and the sweetness of life reign. Stroll through the narrow streets of Saint-Auban-sur-l'Ouvèze, lined with stone houses adorned with colorful shutters, and let yourself be seduced by the timeless charm of this Provençal village. Admire the remnants of its rich history by discovering its century-old church, ancient fountains, and shaded squares, witnesses to its prestigious past. Saint-Auban-sur-l'Ouvèze is also a true paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Explore the hiking trails winding through the surrounding hills, offering breathtaking panoramas of the Ouvèze valley and the surrounding mountains. Water sports enthusiasts will also appreciate the opportunities for swimming and fishing in the region's crystal-clear rivers. In addition to its remarkable natural setting, Saint-Auban-sur-l'Ouvèze offers a lively cultural life throughout the year. Attend open-air concerts, exhibitions of local art, and traditional festivals, where Provençal gastronomy takes center stage with its local products and renowned wines. Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural discoveries, Saint-Auban-sur-l'Ouvèze offers an authentic and unforgettable experience in the heart of the Provençal Drôme. Plan your visit today and be enchanted by the incomparable charm of this timeless Provençal village.

Salles-sous-Bois

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Salles-sous-Bois

Immerse yourself in the tranquility and natural beauty of Salles-sous-Bois, a charming village nestled in the lush hills of the Aude department in Occitanie. Surrounded by lush forests and sparkling rivers, Salles-sous-Bois offers an enchanting setting where serenity and authenticity reign. Explore the cobbled and shaded alleys of Salles-sous-Bois, lined with stone houses adorned with colorful shutters, and discover the timeless charm of this preserved village. Immerse yourself in the peaceful atmosphere, admire the traditional architecture of its century-old church, and stroll along the hiking trails that wind through the surrounding countryside. Salles-sous-Bois is also a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Explore hiking trails and cycling paths that traverse the picturesque landscapes of the surroundings, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Anglers will also find their happiness in the crystal-clear rivers that cross the region. In addition to its natural beauty, Salles-sous-Bois is also renowned for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant art scene. Attend open-air concerts, exhibitions of local art, and traditional festivals, where regional gastronomy takes center stage with its local products and renowned wines. Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural discoveries, Salles-sous-Bois offers an authentic and unforgettable experience in the heart of the Aude. Plan your visit today and let yourself be enchanted by the timeless charm of this preserved village.

Valreas

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Valreas

Immerse yourself in the authentic heart of Provence by discovering Valréas, a charming municipality nestled at the foot of Mont Ventoux in the Vaucluse department. Enveloped in the enchanting atmosphere of southern France, Valréas offers a unique blend of historical heritage, Provençal traditions, and picturesque landscapes. Stroll through the medieval alleys of Valréas and be captivated by its preserved architecture, ochre stone houses, and shaded squares adorned with fountains. Admire the majestic Saint-Sauveur Collegiate Church, a gem of Provençal Gothic art, and explore the remains of the ancient ramparts that bear witness to the city's rich history. Valréas is also renowned for its centuries-old winegrowing tradition. Take a walk through the vineyards surrounding the town and discover the cellars and wineries where you can taste the famous wines of the Côtes du Rhône appellation. Don't miss a visit to the Vine and Wine Museum to learn more about the history and techniques of viticulture in the region. For outdoor enthusiasts, Valréas offers an exceptional natural environment. Go hiking in the surrounding hills, where you'll discover breathtaking views of the Provençal countryside and the surrounding mountains. The more adventurous can also try activities such as climbing, mountain biking, and canoeing in the picturesque surroundings.

Valaurie

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Valaurie

Valaurie, the pearl of the Drôme Provençale, is an enticing village that blends historical richness with natural beauty. This hidden gem is perfect for explorers wishing to immerse themselves in the charm of the French countryside. Surrounded by lavender fields and vineyards, Valaurie invites relaxation and discovery of its heritage, with its stone buildings, 12th-century church, and manicured gardens. The local gastronomy, based on terroir products, promises memorable culinary experiences. Valaurie is a choice destination for those dreaming of a beautiful escape in the heart of an authentic Provencal landscape.

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