The facets of its appeal? Let’s start with sun, lazy living, wonderful food and local heritage. Take the time to breathe in this southern mood, as you visit places freighted with history plus traditions that shape the identity of our region.
Venture down the Doux Valley on board the renowned steam train “Le Mastrou”. Unwrap the secrets of chocolate at the Cité du Chocolat. Be wowed by the stunning views from the terraces of Tournon’s Castle & Museum. Relish all these pleasures and many more besides…
On the Rhône’s east and west banks, towns standing guard over the river and villages oozing character make up our region’s riches. Wander timeless streets with facades of granite, molasse or alluvial pebbles. Potter by the waterside. Take time to follow your nose...
Towers, ramparts, townhouses, bargees’ cottages, churches, chapels... From vines to villages, many of these time-honoured gems lie in store, waiting to move you.
Whether you opt for the Nationale 7 – the road from Paris to the Med that boomed in the 1930s – to the more intimate trails to the Grand Cru vineyards, follow these mythical itineraries to explore a region that gets under your skin.
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