Saint-Donat is located north of the Drome and more precisely in the Drôme des Collines 12 km from Romans and 25 km from Valencia.
With the advent of Christianity was called Saint-Donat Jovincieu or Jovenzieux. In 732, with the Saracen invasion, Corbus, Bishop of Grenoble Jovenzieux fled to bringing the relics of Saint Donatus died in the 6th century to Sisteron, hence the name of Saint-Donat.
The specialties are many: truffles, asparagus, fruits and especially apricots and peaches, as well as the well-known Côtes du Rhône.
Leisure Domaine du Lac Champos:
A wooded site of 40 acres in the heart of the Drome hills
Tennis, water slide, you can rent pedal boats and kayaks, picnic areas, supervised swimming area (in July and August), games ...
Information on +33 4 75 45 17 81 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leisure Centre Champos: Care for children ages 4 to 12 all year. Information to the MJC's Country of the Herbasse +33 4 75 45 12 36.
The college and its organ.
Guided tours for groups by appointment, the college, the Dauphin's palace, the courtyard of the cloister and the chapel of the Bishops. Information at the Tourist Office of Saint-Donat at +33 4 75 45 15 32.
Playground, swimming pool, petanque, tennis. Information +33 6 08 88 63 36.
Wellbeing: Californian massage, reflexology, hot stones, steam room, sauna, tea and herbal teas in the world. Information +33 6 15 86 71 14.