Located between the Alps and the Massif Central, Drôme is a vast territory offering a wide variety of landscapes. The jagged but majestic reliefs of the Vercors massif contrast with the gently rolling hills of the Baronnies Provençales. Tall limestone cliffs, deep gorges, fields of lavender, vines and olive trees, oak forests, pine forests and garrigue... Come and discover this exceptional natural heritage.
Drôme also has a remarkable architectural heritage. Indeed, who could fail to notice the picturesque hilltop villages typical of this destination? A legacy of the medieval era where the stone houses have incomparable charm. The Romanesque churches and chapels will also appeal to lovers of old buildings. Let's not forget the castles, like the one in Grignan made famous by the Marquise of Sévigné, or Suze-la-Rousse Castle, which is home to the University of Wine.
Drôme can also be discovered through its flavours. Apricot, olive, truffle, nougat, wine, goat's cheese... Tantalise your taste buds by sampling the local specialities.
Last but not least, Drôme is the ideal place for all kinds of outdoor leisure activities. On foot or by bike, nature-lovers can enjoy the many hiking trails dotted around the region, while more daring visitors can practise paragliding, rock climbing or via ferrata. And with places to swim, treetop rope course attractions and opportunities to meet animals, Drôme is a perfect destination for families!