Drôme

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Drôme is in Rhône-Alpes, France.

The valley and region is named after the Drôme river where locals swim during hot summer days and canoes can be rented.

The area has many food destionations such as various wine houses of the Clairette white sparkling wine, vegtable farms or goat cheeze manifacturers.

The surounding mountains have many hiking trails, through wine yards, lavender fields, pine forests, grass lands, farms and old roman villages. The Saoü Forest is known for its climbing paths. Mountain bike trails are also present. Skiing is popular during the winter.


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The biggest city in the area is Valence

Other cities and villages includedes:

  • Montélimar: Famous for it's nougat

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  • Crest: Roman city with a hill top castle
  • Grignan: It has a Renaissance castle
  • Die: The home of the sparkling white wine of the region.
  • Sailans: A village of participative democracy attracts a special population and ambiance. The gouvernance experiment is the first of the kind in France.

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