The Drôme mountains are rich in history, full of character, with an extremely deep cultural heritage and the perfect location for discoveries.
Emotion, amazement and astonishment will always be found, whether you go to the resistance memorial, the Die and Diois museums, travel along the roads cut out of the cliffs or if you visit the wine sheds and the monasteries.
Cistercian abbey from the 12th century, ruined during the wars of religion, converted into a farm in the 17th century and sold at the French Revolution. Today, it is a privately owned farm. Guided visits only.
Cistercian abbey founded in 1137, listed as a historical monument since 1840 by Prosper Mérimée. Its roman art choir is robust and spare. The chief nave shows signs of a slight evolution towards the Gothic style.
Located in the Die rectory (Renaissance style mansion house), this small living room with groined vaulting was decorated in the XVIII century by Louis Farjon. Unifom Chinese-style design (fashionable at the time). Reasonable state of conservation.
A spotlight shed on the collection of this famous Luc-en-Diois inhabitant, passionate fossil collector. He collected over 4,500 pieces throughout his life. A selection is showcased in this exhibition with information about the local geology. Group visit on request.