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In the heart of the Drôme Provençale, an authentic territory, exceptional nature to discover from the ***Hotel Logis Le Plantevin.

The Plantevin is located in the heart of the forest of the Baronnies.

An exceptional location surrounded by generous, beautifully preserved nature of fields, orchards, of thyme and lavender, vineyards, coniferous forests, valleys and mountains.

Wild nature lovers will be thrilled. Forest trails accessible on foot or mountain bike and marked out available to them from the Hotel.

Cycling enthusiasts can take part in the ascent of the giant of Provence, the Mont Ventoux, by the through Malaucène, Sault or Bedoin.

Less than 10 km from the ***Hotel Logis Le Plantevin, you can discover one of the largest via-ferrata in Europe as well as being able to relax on the edge of rivers, Ouvèze or Toulourenc.

Discovering the Drôme Provençale also means strolling through the alleys of its typical Provençal markets, tasting olive oil, visiting the wine cellars (Côtes-du-Ventoux, Côtes-du-Rhône), meeting local artisans ( pottery, distillation of aromatic plants, essential oils of lavender) ...

On the heritage side, the surrounding area reveals pretty fortified villages (Brantes, Buisson ...), picturesque ancient towns (Vaison-la-Romaine, Orange ...), amazing feudal vestiges (Grignan, La Garde-Adhémar, Saint-Paul-les Three Castles ...) and the Toulourenc valley ...

Vaison-la-Romaine

Vaison-la-Romaine

The archaeological museum, a veritable didactic window, offers a rich collection of objects of everyday life, imperial statues and decorative elements of great houses (mosaics, painted plaster, sculptures). The High Middle Ages has left pure Romanesque buildings (cathedral and cloister, St-Quenin chapel). A little later in the thirteenth century, with the displacement of the population on the easier to defend rocky height of the left bank of the Ouvèze, a new habitat has developed at the foot of the castle of the Counts of Toulouse.

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Nyons

Nyons

At the pace of your desires, between old stones and crafts, the Country of Nyons and Rémuzat reveals you its most beautiful facets.

They are discovered little by little by visiting the villages and buildings, witnesses of history. By going, according to each one, gorges, hills and mountains, where the lovers of the past, nature, the change of scenery find a small corner from heaven to earth. Praised by so many famous writers, tradition, culture and the pleasure of the senses are waiting for you.

It is these architectural and landscape peculiarities that make the town of Nyons classified today as one of the most beautiful detours in France.

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Le Mont Ventoux

Le Mont Ventoux

Culminating at 1912 meters above sea level, Mont Ventoux is a mythical mountain in the history of Provence. The origin of the word "Ventoux" would come either from the Celtic language: "ven top", white mountain, or Provençal: "ventour", which meant exposed to the wind. Mont Ventoux was distinguished by UNESCO in 1990, the MAB label has made it a biosphere reserve. It is also classified Zone NATURA 2000 and one of the 41 Grands Sites de France.

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The perched villages

The perched villages

Most perched villages of the Drôme Provençale, are fortified and date from the Middle Ages, 11th and 12th centuries. They are typical of Provence. They were built on modest heights, but sufficiently high-up to see and be seen. For a long time historians have attributed this fact to the need to defend themselves. Today, there is also the idea that local lords were simply trying to bring people together. This allowed them to better enjoy some monopolies: mills, ovens ...

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Buis-les-Baronnies

Buis-les-Baronnies

You will enjoy strolling in its small streets to discover its pretty market place with its arcades, the Dominicans’ cloister. And if the rural heritage interests you the surrounding villages such as Pierrelongue and its perched church will seduce you.

Athletes will be thrilled on the Saint-Julien which will enaable them to practice hiking, climbing and especially via ferrata.

Finally, we cannot talk about Buis-les-Baronnies without mentioning the lime and aromatic plants which are one of the wealths of theBaronnies Provençale, to discover their secrets you just need to walk around

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The Toulourenc valley

The Toulourenc valley

North of Malaucène, at the foot of Mont Ventoux, the Gorges du Toulourenc invite you to a refreshing stop in a beautiful environment. The Toulourenc has its source at the foot of the Château d'Aulan and meanders for about thirty kilometers to the Ouvèze. Powered by the Mont Ventoux, it offers pretty swimming spots whose cool water is well appreciated during the summer heatwave!

You can swim in several places of Toulourenc, after the hamlet of Veaux, Entrechaux and Saint-Léger-du-Ventoux.

Lavanders

Lavanders

The flowering period of lavender extends from mid-June to the end of August.

It varies according to lavender varieties, climate, altitude and latitude. Local weather is also a determining factor for picking.

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The wine route

The wine route

The current of the Rhone will guide you, from Vienne to Valence for the northern part of 

Montélimar to Avignon in the southern part. You will cross two distinct geographical entities: the first marked by the verticality of its slopes, well exposed to the south under a continental climate and the second, the southern part with its vineyards on a more arid land between olives trees and lavender.

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Our establishment is open from March 1st 2019 to October 31st 2019.

Our restaurant is open 7 days a week, as well as Saturdays and Sundays for lunch.

Our establishment is open from March 1st 2019 to October 31st 2019.

The reception is open from 07:30 to 12:30 and 15:30 to 22:30.

∞ Hotel in Propiac in the heart of the Drôme Provençale | The Plantevin

Le Col 26170, Propiac France | leplantevin@gmail.com | +33(0)4 75 28 02 42 | Coordonnées GPS : N 44.2881273 / E 5.2306114