Tourism - Drôme

Drôme is a French department that is part of the Rhône-Alpes region. Drôme is surrounded by the departments of Ardèche, Isère, Hautes-Alpes, Alpes-de Hautes-Provence and Vaucluse.

The department is vast with various reliefs. From the cliffs of Vercors to the Plains of Provence, from the vineyards to the hilltop villages, it belongs to the Massif of western Alps including the pre-Alps of Diois, Dévoluy, Baronnies as wel as the Rhône Valley. The culminating point is the Round Rock at 2,456 metres. Drôme is a big scale leisure ground. Stony mountains, small hills and sunny plains, caves and rivers, everything is there to suit many outdoors activities such as hiking, horse riding, climbing, cycling, kayaking, and swimming. The main cities are Montélimar and its Sweets and Nougat Palace, Grignan and its Castle, Hauterives and its ‘Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval’ and finally Pierrelatte and its Crocodiles Farm.

Top tourist cities in Drôme


Tourism Valence

Valencia is the capital of the Drôme in the Rhône-Alpes. This city of art and history is a sunny, vibrant and welcoming nicknamed "the south gate of France." Valencia has a rich built heritage due to an intense story, enhanced by the sun. In the ...

Must : Maison des Têtes , Le Pendentif


Tourism Die

Die is in the department of the Drôme in region Rhône-Alpes. Sights Gallo-roman ramparts of the 3th and 4th centuries Door Saint-Marcel 3th century (principal door of the city) The Museum of Die and of the Diois (Museum of France) presents astonish ...

Must : Cathédrale Notre-Dame, Abbaye Notre-Dame de Valcroissant


Tourism Nyons

City Nyons, lies at the heart of the Drôme Provençale, near the Mont Ventoux. Visitors will discover beautiful landscapes with the sun very present throughout the year. Events are regularly organized in Nyons. For example at Easter, the floats will parade ...