Spacious and bright apartment of 85 m2 on the floor of a beautiful house in a charming village of the Drôme Provençale rich history of 6000 years, at the foot of the Massif de la Lance, among the vineyards of Côtes du Rhône and lavenders. Beautiful view of the Vaucluse countryside, Mont Ventoux with its 2000 m. altitude.
The apartment includes a large living room of 45 m2 with fully equipped kitchen, a bedroom of 18 m2 with double bed 160x200, an attic room with sofa bed 140x190, a bathroom with walk-in shower, separate toilet.
Bed linen and towels provided. TV, radio, Wifi, hairdryer and vacuum available.
Cleanings at your expense, otherwise 50 Euros.
A place in the garden is reserved for you and the course is secured for your vehicle.
Bus stop in front of the house.
To visit in Le Pègue:
Its famous archaeological museum, the Sainte-Anne Chapel: 12th century Romanesque Provencal monument, its Romanesque church and its protohistoric oppidum on the Saint-Marcel hill revealing an important occupation of the Iron Age.
In the surrounding area, very rich historically and culturally, many typical stone villages, historic towns and many castles and museums await your visit:
• Montélimar at the gates of Provence between Valence and Avignon, capital of the nougat, with its historic center and the castle of Adhémar, medieval palace of the 12th century, its miniature museum
• Nyons, nicknamed the little Nice, French capital of olives, its buildings classified historical monuments, its craft market and its flowery corso in summer
• Grignan, its Provençal miniature village and the magnificent castle of the Marquise de Sévigné with its 1000 years of history
• Vaison-la-Romaine, its medieval city, its cathedral and its Roman remains, its numerous art galleries
• Orange, the City of Princes, with its exceptional historical heritage, with its famous Roman theater, classified world monument, its picturesque old town, its museum, ...
• Avignon, capital of Vaucluse and Côtes du Rhône, city of the popes at the beginning of the 13th century, with its palace of the Popes, its famous bridge and its famous Avignon Festival, its medieval ramparts, its museums
• Valréas, enclave of Vaucluse in the Drôme, named capital of the Popes: its imposing Romanesque church of Nazareth of the 12th century, its lavender corso and its procession of the small St-Jean.
And many other interesting sites
The Drôme, named Petite France, is also:
• Its gastronomy, with many restaurants, even in the smallest villages
• Hundreds of km for lovers of the little queen.
• A wide variety of hikes
• The most developed region in organic cultures gathering more than 1000 organic producers.
You will find all shops within a radius of 12 km, including Taulignan 5 km, Valréas 8 km and Nyons 12 km, and you can buy your fresh bread, including the famous "pegui", every morning directly to Pègue at Laurent and Marie au Fournil du Donjon and restore you to the Auberge of the same name.
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