A hilltop village in Drome Provencale,
Montréal-les-Sources lies between vast mountains and fields filled with apricot trees in an unspoilt valley offering superb
views of the surrounding countryside.
What to see and visit: the rural, Romanesque Chapelle Saint-Julien near the cemetery; the Nayses fountain; several caves; the Bois du Seigneur; the La Merderie and Saint-Julien streams; the Col d'Ambonne; the village' saint's day festivities – held on the first Sunday in September; routes to Le Poët-Sigillat and Rémuzat; a rural gîte welcomes horse riders.
Recommended activities: walking, horse riding, cycling.