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Campsite Montélimar

Welcome to the gateway to Provence! Montélimar, nestled on the banks of the Loire, just a stone’s throw from the Ardèche, is the ideal destination for your next camping holidays. Check out our…

Camping in Montélimar: our ideas for outdoor activities

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Do you know the ViaRhôna ? This bike path follows the route of the Rhône Valley, extending from Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône to Saint-Gingolph, on the banks of Lake Geneva. And the good news is that Montélimar is located right on this specially developed cycle path. Get your cycling outfit ready and set out along the thirty kilometre section of route around Montélimar. Need to cool down after all that exercise? Head to Montélimar water sports centre where you can try out different water sports with family and friends, or just have a picnic, go swimming or enjoy some intense relaxation.

Exploring the heritage of the Hautes-Alpes

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After you’ve made the most of your time exploring the area around Montélimar it’s time to visit some of the city’s cultural sites. Your first stop should be at the top of the city, at the medieval château des Adhémar - a powerful family who gave the city its name and built the palace, during the 12th century. More recent but just as interesting is the Montélimar nougat museum, housed within one of the oldest working factories. A tour of the facility is a great opportunity to learn about the history of this confectionery which, within just a few decades, has become the culinary emblem of Montélimar. Needless to say, the interactive visit ends on a gourmet note with a browse around the well-stocked shop.


Flavour tour of Montélimar

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Montélimar is, of course, known as the capital of nougat and you’ll have many opportunities to sample this confectionery during your camping holidays in the Drôme. But there are other regional specialities that are also well worth trying during your stay: the Rhône Valley apricot, Drôme garlic and candied chestnuts. For your main dish, remember to try some Drôme guinea fowl, or a portion of “gratin dauphinois” (sliced potatoes cooked in cream). Young and old foodies will also enjoy the local ravioli before then tucking into a slice of Picodon, a puck shaped cheese made from unpasteurised goat’s milk.

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