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The least we can say is that she has allure! It rubs shoulders with the greatest Côtes du Rhône wines, cicadas, lavender fields, Madame de Sévigné, it is home to the black diamond of Provence, 3 of the 100 Most Beautiful Villages in France and it can claim to be the gateway entry of the Sun, thus benefiting from exceptional light and sunshine all year round.

With an abundance of cultural and gastronomic heritage too. It thus offers dozens of places of interest: medieval sites with castles (Grignan, Suze la Rousse), old stone villages, sometimes perched like Rochebrune, sublime Romanesque churches, markets, a Truffle museum in Saint Paul-Trois-Chateaux, a bamboo grove in Anduze…. And it cannot disappoint visitors looking for the “postcard” photograph which bears witness to daily life in these villages and the sweetness of life in Provence: the houses with coloured shutters, the café terraces in the shade of the plane trees, a glass of pastis with olives, red wine or fresh rosé, pétanque players… .. Enchanting, everything about the Drôme Provençal breathes Provence!

Holidays in our luxury villas in the Drôme

Our favourite villages in the Drôme

Mérindol-les-Oliviers

Mérindol-les-Oliviers

Tulette

Where to stay in the Drôme

We pair exclusive holiday homes with completely tailored experiences

Our inclusive concierge service breaks the mould when it comes to luxury holidays, and adds the wow-factor to every stay, family holiday and special occasion.

After booking, you will be assigned a dedicated concierge who will help you customise your stay to ensure an unforgettable holiday 

Food & Wine

Food & Wine

Nature & Outdoors

Nature & Outdoors

Art & Culture

Art & Culture

Entertainment

Entertainment

Sport & Wellness

Sport & Wellness

When to go in the Drôme

Spring in Provence

Spring in Provence

The days are getting longer, the temperatures are mild and nature is decked out in a thousand colours. It is the ideal time to discover the most emblematic sites, to taste the specialities and to immerse yourself in the Provençal culture thanks to the popular festivals and traditions that are still very much alive. Long live spring in Provence!  

Summer in Provence

Summer in Provence

In the summer, the cicadas have a great time, the swimming pools and other waterways allow us to refreshing on hot summer days. Festivals of theatre, music, village festivals... Provence is in celebration! But here, you can also take the time to relax in the shade of the olive trees, lulled by the soft breeze of the mistral... you hear them cicadas?

Autumn in Provence

Autumn in Provence

Here, autumn looks like spring. After the summer heat, nature is turning green and new colours are coming into the landscape. Walks in the forest call us. The dishes are tinged with warmer flavours. Festivities become more fervent. The freshness is slow to set in, we take advantage of the Indian summer! This is the ideal time to discover a more confidential Provence.

Winter in Provence

Winter in Provence

In winter, Provence always offers beautiful sunny days. But the wind, which swirls around, can be icy. The light is incredibly pure and gives the landscapes a beautiful relief. It is the return of the flowers, the time for walks where you feel alone in the world, and the food that warms the heart. Among the many festivals that punctuate the season, Christmas has a unique flavour!The truffle, the big star of the winter season, blooming along the markets where connoisseurs come negotiate the black diamond. Restaurants make us salivate with dishes based on truffles and wine-growers open their doors to us for incredible tastings. How beautiful Provence is in all seasons!

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