Château de Grignan
Standing on a rocky hillock, the medieval château of the Adhémar de Monteil family was remodelled several times, before gaining its current appearance in the early 20C. You will see the southern Renaissance façade and the Cour du Puits (Well Court), which opens onto a terrace enclosed by a Gothic gallery and Renaissance wings. Inside, you can visit the apartment of the Marquise de Sévigné (writer, 1626-96) and the grand gallery adorned with remarkable Louis XIII furniture (in particular, two magnificent cabinets) and Aubusson tapestries.
Odile Tassi, in the heart of Provencal Drôme’s lavender fields
In Provencal Drôme, a woman with piercing lavender-blue (what else!) eyes transforms this much-loved plant into an order to breathe in deeply!Discover