The region of the Ardèche is characterized by its nature, such as the Gorges de l'Ardèche with the famous Pont d'Arc at Vallon-Pont-d'Arc, but also the regional nature park of the Monts d'Ardèche. In addition, you will also find a lot of picturesque villages, where you can stroll in and enjoy the Mediterranean climate.
The Haute Savoie departement is bordered between Lake Annecy, Lake Geneva, Switzerland and Italy. The highest mountain in Europe - the Mont Blanc, with its 4.808 meters is probably the most famous. But make no mistake in the Haute Savoie, there are countless beautiful places and beautiful walks.
Lavender fields, olive groves, gentle hills, typical villages, mountains and forests ... this is the Drôme with its varied landscape and its five different areas: the Provençal Drôme, the Drôme valley, the Drôme des Collines, the Royan-Vercors and the plain of Valence. The Vercors is really a paradise for walkers and favorites of the Clairette de Die.
The department of the Ain is situated between the Swiss border, the valley of the Saône and the Alps. It has a rich natural heritage with varied and preserved landscapes. Dombes with the thousand lakes, Le Bugey and the Haut Jura are all areas for lovers of nature and outdoor activities. The Haut Jura is the habitat for the lynx.
This departement is well known by winter sports enthusiasts, but this department also has a lot to offer in other seasons. You can walk endlessly in the Vanoise National Park, Parc naturel régional du massif des Bauges or in the surroundings of Lake Le Bourget.
The Isère department has a large landscape variation, with the lowest point being 133 meters above sea level and the highest point being the 4,102 meters high Barre des Écrins. In the department there are several mountain ranges, including the Écrins, the Belledonne, the Vercors and the Chartreuse.