Cottages Drôme

This department is located in the south-east of France, is named after the Drôme river of the same name (a tributary of the Rhône and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Drôme has an area of 6530 km2 and over 487,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the countryside in Drôme? This department is rich in lavender fields and olive groves. Because Drôme is relatively flat, you can spend most of the year from your holiday home in this region making beautiful walking and cycling trips. 

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This department is located in the south-east of France, is named after the Drôme river of the same name (a tributary of the Rhône and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes via Nature.house. Drôme has an area of 6530 km2 and over 487,000 inhabitants. Are you looking for a holiday home in the countryside in Drôme? This department is rich in lavender fields and olive groves. Because Drôme is relatively flat, you can spend most of the year from your holiday home in this region making beautiful walking and cycling trips.

The Vercors Regional Natural Park

This natural park extends over the department of Drôme and Isère and covers an area of 186,000 hectares. The landscape in this park is dominated by huge limestone rocks, pine forests, beech forests and a lot of unspoiled nature. If you are a walker looking for a true paradise. Book a holiday home near this regional natural park. Here you can enjoy a low-alpine area, through which streams and countless rivers flow. Over the centuries, many underground rivers have created an impressive cave system. If you are staying in a holiday home in this region, be sure to visit one of the caves.

In this park there are many walking routes, which lead you to the most beautiful places in this park in Drôme. Do you want to enjoy narrow gorges, steep ridges and wild rivers? Then take a gite in this region. The most famous mountain in the Vercors is the 2086 meter high Mont Aiguille. Would you like to enjoy the cultural history of the area in addition to nature? During the Second World War, this area in Drôme was a base of the French resistance and in the resistance museum in Vassieux the past of the area is well represented.

The mountain road Combe Laval

Are you looking for holiday homes in a special place in Drôme? The Combe Laval is a mountain road built in 1897. It was originally built to transport wood from the forests to the mountains. From a holiday home at the Col de la Machine you can enter this beautiful road. Here you can enjoy special views of the surroundings. Because you are so high up in the mountains you have views over Drôme in some places where it seems as if you are in an airplane.