On the border of Dauphiné and Provence, the Drôme Provençale is located east of Montélimar and extends on the left bank of the Drôme river. It enjoys sunshine worthy of that of Provence, thanks to its already more Mediterranean climate.

This is why the fields of lavender, the orchards of olive trees and fruit trees, the vines and the holm oaks stretch as far as the eye can see.

A real land of charm, the Drôme Provençale is dotted with listed villages (Le Poët-Laval, La Garde-Adhémar, Montbrun-les-Bains). Often perched, they have kept their medieval look with their narrow cobbled streets, their castles, their churches or Romanesque chapels.

Many artists and craftsmen have settled there, taking over ancestral traditions: potters, ceramists, cabinetmakers, glassmakers, upholsterers, blacksmiths...

On the natural side, the diversity of landscapes extending from the Vercors massif in the north, to the wide plain of Montélimar via the Drôme valley or the banks of the Roubion will delight all lovers of space and beauty a little savage.

In addition, the mild climate and the purity of the air are favorable to physical activity and sleep.