gate of Prealps, Nyons huddles up in the Eygues river valley in the middle of
orchards and olive trees, well sheltered from the Mistral wind
As soon as arrived :
Get lost in the narrow alleys of the old village. They'll lead you to the
Calvary then to the Randonne tower which is headed by a stone lace since XIXth
century and has been renamed « Notre Dame de bon secours ».
Thru a paved stair,
you'll go down towards Saint Vincent church and the roman bridge which cross the
Eygues River since XVth century.
Leave early in the morning and discover olive trees and olive oil mills.
small path leading to Grignan and its castle or go south to visit Mount Ventoux
and Montmirail ridge areas unless that you'll be irresistibly attracted by the
wilderness of the Baronnies and the high valley of Eygues.