What to do in Grignan?
Stroll through the alleys of Grignan to discover its many monuments and activities to do with the family: the castle and its eventful history - the Saint Sauveur collegiate church, a 16th century church - the Rochecourbière cave, ideal for a walk in the cool - Le Lavoir - The typography museum, also called "House of the printer" - the circuit of old roses, more than 400 rosebushes are planted in the village - The miniature village, to discover life in a village of Drôme Provençale.
The sports activities
So that you can occupy young and old, many sports activities and for all tastes can be practiced in Grignan and its surroundings: tennis, football, horse riding, hiking and swimming are present in the village. A little further, you can cycle touring near Mont Ventoux, canoe-kayak in the Gorges de l'Ardèche, tourist aviation in Visan, Pierrelatte and Montélimar, hiking (ask your hosts), horse riding in Valréas and Tulette, as well as rock climbing and mountain biking.
In Grignan, each year, several unmissable festivities are organized such as the night markets, the correspondence festival and the night parties at the castle. Spend pleasant moments with family or friends during these festive and friendly events.
Our charming cottages are ideally positioned so that you can participate in other events in the region such as the Avignon festival, Saint-Jean nights in Valréas, the flower parade in Valréas, theatrical nights at the Enclave, the Chorégies in Orange and Vaison-la-Romaine and finally at Corso de Nyons.
To see in the surroundings
To discover the region more fully, we advise you to visit the following monuments: the Abbey of Aiguebelle, the archaeological museum of Pègue, the crocodile farm of Pierrelatte, the tower of Chamaret, the medieval village of Taulignan and the Palais des Popes in Avignon. For visits closer to nature, discover the Aven Dorgnac and Marzal, but also the Lac de Serre Ponçon. To not miss any exceptional site in the region, walk the circuit of chapels and Romanesque churches, the circuit of new roses or the circuit of the caves of Ardèche.