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Loriol-sur-Drome is a commune in the Drome department in south-eastern France. Loriol-sur-Drome is situated in the Rhone valley, between Valence and Montelimar. The history of Loriol-sur-Drome goes back to the Roman period, when the emperor Aurelian is said to have based a camp here. The medieval fortress was destroyed in the wars of religion, leaving only the ramparts. Although it is a small town, there are many attractions in and around the town.
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Le Rouge et le Noir is a great restaurant in Loriol-sur-Drome, that offers a wide range of dishes from both French and international cuisine. The restaurant has the best pizza in town. Customers can choose to have lunch or dinner in the dining room or outside on the terrace. Either way, the ambiance is very pleasant, the service is great and the food is delicious. Make sure you try everything from the entrée to the dessert.
La Reserve Naturelle des Ramieres du Val de Drome is a national natural reservation park located near Loriol-sur-Drome, spanning on a surface of 346 ha. The national park is a protected environment because of the presence of a remarkable mosaic of environments and well preserved: river, gravel banks and islets, willows, prairie orchids and upwelling groundwater. There are more than 680 plant species, over 100 species of trees and shrubs, orchids and aquatic plants.
Vercors Regional Natural Park is a protected area of forested mountains in the Rhone-Alpes region of southeastern France, near Loriol-sur-Drome. Set upon a limestone plateau south of Grenoble, the park extends into the French Western Alps. The area is peppered with caves. In modern times, Vercors has become a popular tourist destination frequented for skiing, hiking and spelunking.
Rhone Valley located near Loriol-sur-Drome is a beautiful place, where tourists can enjoy a walk in the wild or a trip to the wineries. The region is famous for the wine it produces. There are more than 1.837 private wineries and 103 cooperatives that make wine. Most of the times, they allow tourists to visit and taste the wine-to-be. It is a great experience.