Drome Vacation Packages
From Drome, Lyon is 75 miles (121 kilometers) to the north from here and Marseille is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the south.
There are few travel experiences more pleasurable than savoring the bouquets and textures of well-crafted wines while standing upon very soil on which they are created. Experts and newcomers alike mustn’t miss M. Chapoutier and Jaillance, two of the most popular producers of fine wines the Drome area. Once you’ve caught the wine-bug, spending some time at Mas de Libian and La Cave de Tain will broaden your appreciation for the conditions, craft and care which goes into making truly great wine.
Drome features some of the fastest greens, nastiest bunkers and friendliest clubhouses in in the region. Chanalets Golf Club and Drome Provencale Golf Club are two of the area’s premier golf links. To make your stay a complete golfing holiday, check out Saint-Didier Golf Club and Valdaine Golf Club.
The Drome area is a rich source of cultural triumphs and oddities; you’ll find loads to explore within the rooms of these much-loved museums. For intriguing collections, head to the Musee de la Miniature and Valence Museum. The most popular museum here, however, is the Musee International de la Chaussure.
The area in and around Drome is the perfect destination for those who seek historic places, particularly for those curious about religious buildings. The more popular of these are the Valence Cathedral, the Eglise de St-Jean and the Chapelle de l'Hermitage.
The Memorial de la Resistance du Vercors is a place of reflection where everyone can pay respects to those who have lost their lives in more troubled times. Enjoy the memorial’s tranquil atmosphere and let your mind float back through the cannon smoke of time, before moving on to explore the other historic sites in the area.
Don’t miss the chance to visit the exciting castles in Drome. When you come across the iconic design of the historic Chateau des Adhemar, it’s very easy to imagine how local rulers used to defend this area.
There are few nicer ways to experience the famous people who shaped this city than to walk the halls of its beautifully preserved palace. The Palais-Ideal is an evocative place which brings the political and social history of this city vividly back to life.