Stroll in Saoû
From Chantebise, take a small path lined with plane trees to get to the heart of the village. Small streets,little creek, and small squares on which it is good to play petanque or drink at the fountain.
There are a lot of places where you can have dinner, restaurants and quality shops that we can advise,
There you will be able to taste the culinary pride of the region: picodon, caillette, defarde, pogne , pintadeau, without forgetting the wine côtes du Rhone and the famous Clairette de Die.
Then you can walk back to Chantebise, enjoying the starry sky.
The events :
Saoû sings Mozart (mid-July)
The picodon party (3rd we of July)
Winter Fruit Fair (3rd Sunday of November).
Chantebise is at the door of the mythical synclinal of Saoû's forest. It is the starting point of several hikes like the Pas de l'Estang, the small and big Pomerolle or Roche Colombe.
And if you want to go a little higher : The 3 Becs, St Médard or the Poupoune
The Drôme is a popular bathing place but other rivers around Saoû are also very nice, do not hesitate to ask us, we will give you the address of the best places to set up your towel.
The long limestone syncline is a great playground for all climbers, with over 750 well-equipped tracks. Everyone can find it, from children to high-level climbers or aficionados of big rock climb.
From Chantebise, many climbing spot are accessible on foot, including La Graville and Aiguille de La Tour. Come and try Nomade Land, a legendary path of the syncline.
In Chantebise, we have room to store materials and equipment, do not hesitate to ask us
The south-facing lanes make it possible to climb a good part of the year, even in winter when the weather is nice.
We recommend the descent of the Drôme, especially in spring or early summer when the river is still high.
The Drôme is one of the last rivers of France relatively wild, with no dam. Small islands, blue water, limestone rocks: plan a break, you will certainly want to stop for a swim.
Several renters are located in the villages that line the Drôme.