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Vallée du Rhône
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Destinations

Journey in gourmet lands

From Côte-d'Or to Grande Bleue, from duché de Bourgogne to duché d'Uzès, through vineyards, chestnut grove, lavender and olive fields, a mosaic of rich terroir full-colour is offered to gourmand travellers. Heritage, traditions and know-how shape the landscape. Everything is a discovery!


Travelling Vallée de la Gastronomie-France® means meeting men and women who cultivate this destination gastronomic riches; it means sharing their passion, observing, smelling, it means living new and intense moments.

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Volaille de Bresse AOP
Bresse
With its meadows, quickset hedges, and white feathered flights, the Bresse bocage presides over the charm of the Bresse identity. This unique and endearing agrarian landscape bears witness to an age-old alliance between man and nature.
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Vue panoramique sur le Beaujolais
The Beaujolais Region
Beware a Beaujolais can hide many others! Although the very famous Beaujolais Nouveau's festive reputation is well established, this terroir has a total of 12 appellations, including no less than ten crus that contribute to its renown.
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Les Dombes
Dombes
Dombes is a paradise for birds, carp and fishers! If this Eden inherited from the Middle Ages ensures an exceptional biodiversity balance, it also preserves the country culinary traditions.
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Quais de Saône
Lyon
Lyon's city situated at the rich culinary traditions crossroads was declared "Capital of gastronomy" in 1935 by the famous critic Curnonsky. Even today, eating well is an art, gastronomy an institution!
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Vue sur Vienne
Pilat Vienne and Condrieu
Land of history, land of jazz, land of vineyards and gastronomy, Vienne region is all pleasures destination. When the chefs are at their pianos and swing to the sound of brass instruments, then it's time for taste, music and celebration!
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Ardèche
Ardèche
Between canyons, underground caves and preserved areas, between chestnut groves, vineyards and perched villages, Ardèche region is very natural, rural, authentic and welcoming; a tasty land cultivating the art of living.
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Champs de lavande dans la Drôme
Drôme
A land of abundance, Drôme offers its most delicious charms in abundance. Caillette de Chabeuil, ravioles and pogne from Romans, olive oil from Nyons, and picodon, truffles or lavender. Its riches diversity and quality make it a true land of Cocagne!
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Saulieu
Saulieu, porte du Morvan
Between forests and plains, Saulieu stands at the threshold of the Morvan Regional Natural Park. If the heart of Burgundy beats here to the rhythm of unspoilt nature, its heritage and gastronomic vocation contribute to the charm of this land of passage.
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Dijon
Dijon
The former Duchy of Burgundy has retained its status as capital forever. Its historical heritage and economic assets have made it a shining cultural city and a remarkable gastronomy and wine centre.
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Dole
Dole, porte du Jura
Located between Jura mountains and Saône, the town of Dole imposes its Jura identity. Louis Pasteur home and a source of inspiration for Marcel Aymé, art and history city, gastronomy land by essence, you can enjoy Dole in many ways.
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Beaune
Beaune
To the south of the Côte d'Or, Burgundy wines' capital is famous for its Hospices and their incredible auctions. These are just two of the many reasons why Beaune is a discoveries, surprises and emotions place.
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Chalon-sur-Saône
Chalon-sur-Saône
Home of Nicéphore Niepce, inventor of photography, Chalon-sur-Saône is the city of images, a city full of images! A charming city that talks about art, history, nature and good wines and confides in Saône delicacies. Let yourself be seduced.
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Charolles
Charolles
Rivers, meadows and pastures. Charolles owes its charm to the rural setting of these farmlands. An ideal starting point for discovering numerous Romanesque churches is that it is, without doubt, the favourite place for meat lovers.
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Mâcon
Mâcon
Southern Burgundy cultivates its gentle way of life in the Mâconnais mountains valleys. High place of prehistory,the cradle of Romanesque art, land of vineyards, the Mâconnais seduces visitors in search of old stones, stories and good wines.
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Vallée du Rhone Châteauneuf du Pape
Rhône valley and Provence
The Rhône, the sun and the wind. An emblematic axis of this territory swept by the Mistral, the Rhône has forged the terroir identity, its landscapes lines, and its wines' personality. The AOC Côtes du Rhône and 8 renowned crus make its reputation.
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Mont Ventoux
Ventoux
Dominated by Ventoux familiar silhouette, vineyards and orchards draw Comtat Venaissin picturesque landscape. In "le jardin de la France", it is here that the fruits and vegetables that colour the market stalls are grown.
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Vignobles aixois
Pays d'Aix and Luberon
From the Luberon massif to the Aix countryside, from the cedar forest to the Cézanne landscapes, through the hills or along the Durance, vineyards, orchards and olive groves run through the region. Everywhere a fertile Provence blossoms under the Southern
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Mains dans la terre
Alpilles
The Alpilles range's jagged crests emerge in the middle of the olive groves silvery green, vineyards and garrigues. Dominated by Château des Baux de Provence ruins, these famous farmlands are not lost on connoisseurs!
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Mains dans la terre
Camargue
Embraced between the Rhône two arms, the Camargue is shaped by water, fresh or salt, ponds and marshes. Rural, wild, this unique land echoes a beautiful imagination. Welcome to land of Crin Blanc land, of herdsmen, bulls and pink flamingos.
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Mains dans la terre
Marseille and littoral
Last stop of La Vallée de la Gastronomie-France®, the Mediterranean coastline: La Côte Bleue, Marseille and the Calanques. Between Martigues and La Ciotat, discover a country bathed in light, a Provence that brights, rocked by the backwash of days and tra
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Quais de Saône
Around Lyon
Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region gourmet geography presents an astonishing diversity of reliefs and pleasures. Trendy gastronomy with wines at the top, starred tables and a friendliness and sharing climate everywhere.
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Abbayes de Cluny et de Tournus
Around Dijon
The cradle of Romanesque art, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté is a mosaic of terroirs united by vines expanse that covers its hills cradle arches. A land of balance, history, flavours and excellent wines.
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Mâcon
Around Marseille
Between land and sea, shadow and light, plains and peaks, between the riches of past and future under construction, the southern region cultivates its contrasts. A unique character, a vibrant nature, a cuisine full of sunshine.
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Nîmes, entre oliviers et pierres sèches
Auround Nîmes
A link between Occitanie and Provence, the Gard has its own definition of the South. An exceptional heritage, know-how, breathtaking nature, a touch of wilderness build the character of this territory to experience and enjoy.
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Ville de Beaucaire
Beaucaire Terre d'Argence
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Arènes de Nîmes
Nîmes and Metropolis
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Pont du Gard
Destination Uzès Pont du Gard
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lavande - Montclus
Provence Occitane
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