At 450 meters, at the confluence of Oule and Eygues, Rémuzat, canton, is a quiet village and typical Provencal Drôme, dominated by the impressive cliffs of the Rock of Cairo (which houses wind), the mountains and the Agulhas Montrond. The Mediterranean climate and encourages diversity of alpine flora and fauna, with good sense preserved by successive generations.
Long attached to Provence, this Claverie Oule after the revolution was attached to the Dauphine. Here the identity of Provençal baron is firmly rooted. Authenticity to discover.
The highlight of the year is during the holiday village votive traditionally set the weekend of Sunday following August 15.
Specialties: lamb of the Alps, lime, nuts, goat cheese and apricots ... not to mention the lavender essence and fragrant with multiple benefits.
House Vulture: Vulture exhibition, documentary, technical reintroduction ...
Chapelle Saint-Michel cave overlooking the St. Eutropius (miracle child cured) with remnants of the old walls of the old village.
Church and Cure where lived the last priest of Rémuzat, Father Lucien Vandame (1901-1989). Scholar, author of many books on local history.
Lavoir old bridges on Oule and Rif, archways, carved doors.