The Drôme passing by the restaurant Anne-Sophie Pic

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Anne-Sophie Pic
Gastronomy Pic is a family affair in Valencia. It is a name that is closely linked with the Drôme for a century. Anne-Sophie Pic is the only female chef in France with 3 stars in the famous Michelin guide. Its cuisine is balanced and women. She works for 20 years in the kitchens of his family home in accordance with the products of the beautiful region of the Drôme.

Visit ideas
From the city of Valencia, it is easy to radiate in the region of Drôme which has varied with Lavender fields, landscapes of olive groves, mountains and forests.

It is also the opportunity to visit Tain-l'Hermitage, a Mecca for wine and chocolate Valrhona. The villages of charms of Grignan with its impressive castle, Mirmande labeled "most beautiful village of France. Montélimar is the "Porte de la Provence" and the capital of nougat. Not to mention Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux which produces outstanding wines and its famous black truffle market.

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Valencia is built in terraces on the left bank of the Rhône. It has kept its charm and authenticity. Its colourful markets, its gardens and its inviting pedestrian streets announce the start of the Provence. Classified 'Cities and countries of art and history' Valencia boasts a glorious past.
Tain - l'Hermitage
Located in the heart of the Valley of the Rhône, Tain - l'Hermitage is nested in its vineyard at the foot of the famous "coteaux de l'Hermitage. It is also the city of the famous chocolate factory of Valrhona .
At the edge of the Rhône village are is proud of its prehistoric past. Caves have been inhabited since Neanderthal. Discover in the heart of historic old streets, the archaeological museum, the Park "Ardèche miniature" and a botanical course.
Located between Valence and Montélimar, Mirmande is a perched village, which was saved from ruin by the painter André Lhote. Mirmande is also one of the "more Beaux Villages de France», where meets history, art, mind and nature.
Montélimar is the capital of nougat and the "Porte de la Provence". It is a small cosy city with its pedestrian streets and its small squares. It has a diverse heritage and many shops.
Ancient Gallo-Roman and cited City Episcopal 15 centuries, Viviers kept traces of each of these epochs and has a heritage of quality.
La Garde-Adhémar
Classified «Plus Beaux Villages de France», La Garde-Adhémar has kept its medieval structure. From the top of its spur, the village offers a breath taking view on the Rhône Valley and the mountains of the Vivarais.
The imposing Castle of the Adhémar de Monteil overlooks the old village of Grignan. Made famous by Madame de Sévigné, Grignan has managed to preserve its charm and authenticity in the heart of a terroir of truffle, vineyards and lavender.
The crocodile farm
Unique in Europe, the crocodile farm consists of a landscaped of 8000 m² greenhouse in which freely evolve more than 400 animals: 9 species of crocodiles, giant tortoises Seychelles and Galapagos and tropical birds.
The former centre of Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux has an interesting heritage with the Episcopal Palace, many mansions and the Jewish Tower. The cathedral of Notre Dame is a real gem of Provincial Romanesque art. Without forgetting its famous black truffle market.
The castle of Suze-la-Rousse
The castle of Suze-la-Rousse throne on its rocky promontory in the heart of the vineyards of the Côtes du Rhône. It dominates Suze-la-Rousse, a castral village whose stone houses huddle at the foot of the ramparts of the Castle.