Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 8.30pm
Saturday from 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm
Do you dream of both a gentle way of life and adventure? Then choose a holiday rental in Drome. Between the charming hilltop villages, the vast natural spaces and the water activities, there is so much to do and discover during your stay in the Southeast!
Drome is a French department of the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region which owes its name to the famous 130-kilometre-long river that runs through it. Quiet and peaceful in summer, you will enjoy swimming and sunbathing on its beaches. Do you prefer thrills? In this case, you must absolutely see it after the snow melts: in flood, the Drome river is perfect for rafting... and the hot-dog, an inflatable 2-seater canoe. That being said, there are many other rivers in the department. It also has magnificent waterfalls, including those of the Gervanne valley, as well as several lakes and water sports centres...
After going for a swim, you will also be able to discover some of the most beautiful villages in France around your holiday rental in Drome, for example Mirmande. Another unavoidable stop for lovers of gastronomy: Valence, capital of the department and hometown of Anne-Sophie Pic, the only woman chef to be awarded 3 stars!
Are you looking for a holiday rental in Drome with a kids’ club or swimming pool? Vacanceole recommends the residence Le Domaine du Lac in Chateauneuf-sur-Isere ! Nestled in a wooded park of 4 hectares, it offers several studios and houses with all home comforts, accommodating 2 to 6 people. On the programme in this residency:
In the surrounding area, you can discover, among other things, the troglodyte houses of Chateauneuf-sur-Isere, the magnificent city of Valence with its pastel houses, and the Etoile Park 26 Water Park.
You want to spend a green holiday in Drome? Then the residence Le Domaine du Lac is really right for you! Indeed, it is an LPO Refuge (League for the Protection of Birds), actively fighting for the preservation of nature and biodiversity! What more could you ask for?