B&B Hotels in Bollène, France
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Great hotel in Bollène, in the heart of Vaucluse
For travellers wanting to explore the south of France during a short stay or a holiday with family or friends, the Vaucluse Department offers the ideal destination! Located at the crossroads of the major tourist attractions of the region, the city of Bollène is the perfect base for touring the surrounding area.
For a relaxing holiday enjoying some warm weather, the friendliness of the South welcomes you year-round.
Top activities near Bollène
Things to do in Bollène
Whether you’re visiting for just one or two days or spending your entire holiday here, Bollène offers many places of interest. Visit the Collégiale Saint-Martin of Bollène, dating from the 12th century.
Check out the André Blondel hydroelectric plant located at the lock of the Donzère-Mondragon Dam.
A great place to go for a hike with your partner or family is the Barry Troglodyte Village, considered one of the best-preserved archaeological sites in Europe.
A department located right near the Ardèche, at the gates of Provence and the South of the Drôme, Bollène is the ideal stopover base to make the most of the French South. You’re never far from your accommodation in Vaucluse as it’s located right next to the Autoroute du Soleil (A7).
You're visiting Bollène with family? Take your kids to the Crocodile Farm in Pierrelatte for an unforgettable experience!
History and urbanism
Things to do during your holiday in the south of the Drôme
Take advantage of your stay in Bollène to visit the numerous surrounding villages, renowned for their charm. Head out and discover Poët-Laval, Dieulefit, Pierrelatte, Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux, as well as La Garde-Adhémar. Ranked among the most beautiful villages in France, they also provide an opportunity for enjoying the many markets of Provence.
The best cycling route in the Vaucluse region
Staying in Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur offers a chance for some great rides in this rich and diverse region. Cycling enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity of Mont Ventoux and perhaps even take on the ascent of this iconic French Summit.
One way of exploring the Haut Vaucluse is to follow a cycling route through the small villages of Suze-la-Rousse and make a stop to visit the Castle. Then go on through the small village of Vaison-la-Romaine and explore its medieval buildings, including the count’s castle. Soon enough you’ll be reaching the peak of Saint Amand in the Dentelles de Montmirail.
Hiking in the Gorges of the Ardèche
The many hiking trails will delight young and old. Explore the area at your own pace in the midst of a natural setting enveloped by the song of the cicadas.
More adventurous travellers won’t want to miss out on an awesome kayak descent of the river! Or you may opt for a hike along the banks of the Ardèche and discover the emblematic Pont d'Arc.
It is also an ideal destination for a romantic outdoor weekend, or longer.
If the weather doesn’t lend itself to hiking, you can always go for a car ride along the department’s D290 scenic route that links the municipalities of Vallon Pont d'Arc and Saint Martin of Ardèche. As you drive along you’ll find many designated lookout areas where to stop and enjoy the breath-taking scenery.
Tour the Côtes du Rhône vineyards
Located in the centre of the AOC Côtes du Rhône region, the municipality of Bollène is ideal for tourists who want to enjoy their stay in Haut Vaucluse to do the wine route. Visit the Côtes du Rhône villages proper, as well as the associated villages of Plan de Dieu et Massif d’Uchaux, all situated near Bollène.
A few kilometres from our hotel you will find the iconic winery of Celliers des Dauphins of the Union des Vignerons des Côtes du Rhône.
Visit the most beautiful villages of Provence
This region, rich in history and authenticity, delights visitors with its many picturesque villages spread across the Vaucluse Department and in the heart of the Drôme Provençale, perfect for long strolls with family and friends to discover the region at your own pace.
Savour Vaucluse’s specialities
If you’ve decided to spend your holiday in the Haut Vaucluse, near the Drôme Provençale, you’ve made the right choice! You’ll experience an unforgettable stay in the land of olives with all the delicious AOC olive oil of Provence, the truffles and cheese (AOP goat cheese). Make sure to check out the small Provencal markets that have made the region famous!