Activities for all
Whether you are looking for a peaceful vacation, thrills in the heart of nature, culinary experiences, beautiful walks to do with your whole family, cultural visits in the heart of small villages or excursions to exception in nature, your host will be able to advise you of good addresses according to your desires, your level and your needs. What to discover the region in all its splendor!
The village of Séderon
In the middle of large wild expanses, the village of Séderon shines and stands out from the landscape. This small town is located in the heart of Drôme Provençale, on the border between Provence and Dauphiné. The capital of the canton of Baronnies will charm you with its unusual location, nestled between two rocky cliffs. Séderon is overlooked by the rocks of La Tour and Crapon. You will enjoy strolling through the charming alleys of the medieval town centre, visiting the ruins of the Notre-Dame-la-Brune Chapel and hiking in the surroundings, suitable for all levels.
Built on a rocky outcrop, the Château d'Aulan dominates the entrance to the Gorges du Toulourenc. The presence of the castle is attested since the 13th century. The Château d'Aulan is the only private residence in the Baronnies open to visitors. The Château d'Aulan hosts many family reunions, but also cultural events such as concerts or conferences. This castle was a strong link in the defensive strategy of the lords of Mévouillon.
The village of Montbrun-les-Bains
Classified among the "Most Beautiful Villages of France", discover a superb village in the Drôme, Montbrun-les-Bains. This magnificent perched village is located between the Baronnies and Mont Ventoux. You will be charmed by this village with its springs, fountains and old stones. Montbrun-les-Bains has been a recognized spa resort since Roman times. Your well-being will be at the heart of your concerns during your visit to Montbrun-les-Bains.
The village of Buis-les-Baronnies
In the heart of lush greenery, between olive trees, lime trees, apricot trees and vineyards, Buis-les-Baronnies is a charming town in the heart of Drôme Provençale. To discover and enjoy all the flavors of the region, we invite you to discover Buis-les-Baronnies on Wednesdays and Saturday mornings, where the market animates the streets of the city center. You will enjoy strolling through the streets of the center to discover the 15th century arcades, the remains of the old enclosure, the Ursuline chapel and the Maison des Plantes.
The Gorges of the Méouge
In the heart of the Baronnies Provençales, the Gorges de la Méouge are a real oasis in the heart of nature. The Gorges de la Méouge connect the Drôme Provençale to the Hautes-Alpes. You will enjoy swimming, recharging your batteries, relaxing or taking a nice walk on the banks of the Gorges de la Méouge. This area is classified as a biological reserve and Natura 2000 site. Discover exceptional flora and fauna.
The Toulourenc Gorges
Discover one of the well-hidden treasures of Provence, the Gorges du Toulourenc. This exceptional site is known to locals and is far from the usual tourist trails. The Toulourenc river has carved its way through the limestone of the surrounding cliffs, to offer you a resplendent, magical and enchanting landscape. The Gorges and the Toulourenc Valley offer you superb bathing sites and magnificent walks in the heart of nature.
The Jabron Valley
Between Mont Ventoux and Sisteron, in the heart of the Baronnies Provençales, the Jabron Valley is characterized by small reliefs, green nature, local producers passionate about their profession and refreshing water. During your walks in the countryside, your hikes, your cycling sessions or your moments of relaxation in the shade of a tree, the Jabron Valley will charm and surprise you. We also advise you to visit the ruined villages, steeped in history.
The Ouvèze is a pleasant, refreshing river that crosses several villages and towns in Provence. The Ouvèze passes through Buis-les-Baronnies, Mollans-sur-Ouvèze, Entrechaux, Vaison-la-Romaine, Séguret, Gigondas, Jonquières, Sarrians and Sorgue. Beautiful hikes on foot or by bike will be on the program for your days in the Ouvèze Valley. Strolling around the Ouvèze is a unique opportunity to reconnect with nature.