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Camping Pays Diois

You'll love its culinary specialities, its various hiking circuits and its authentic villages.

Holidays in camping in the Pays Diois
Stretching from Drôme provençale to the Massif du Vercors, le Diois is a natural and historic region making up part of the Drôme. When you come on a camping holiday in le Diois, you'll be able to acquaint yourself with its various specialities, including the famous Clairette de Die, a naturally sparkling, sweet and fruity wine, which is the pride of the Pays Diois. And while craft beers have been around in the Pays Diois for a few years now, it is difficult to knock the famous Clairette de Die from its throne! Enjoying a camping holiday in le Diois will also be an opportunity to try some other regional specialities, which include ravioles dioises, which are artisanal ravioli of various different flavours.


Camping Diois
But its culinary specialities are not the only highlight of the Pays Diois; you'll also be blown away by the beautiful scenery and the variety of activities available. So come and take advantage of all the options available for spicing up your camping holidays, with caving, horse riding, canoeing, canyoning, paragliding, adventure tree-climbing and via ferrata to choose from. And with your family or friends, you'll be able to enjoy all sorts of hiking trails for really exploring an exceptional natural heritage. In summer, you'll also be able to enjoy the sight and scent of its fantastic lavender fields, which are a distinctive regional feature.
Come and visit its authentic little villages too, which include Mirmande, a mediaeval village which has been awarded status as one of France's loveliest villages; Crest, which is famous for its tower called the Tour de Crest, France's highest keep; Châtillon-en-Diois, a mediaeval village at the foot of the Montagne Glandasse, 2,041 metres in height and alongside the river Drôme; and Die, a small town huddled at the foot of the Massif du Vercors, with its very fine monuments which date from Roman times, such as the famous Porte Saint-Marcel.

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