Things to see and do - Montélimar
Unmissable tourist sites
Montélimar Travel guide
Montélimar : Michelin's recommendations
Nougat springs to mind when you mention Montélimar and it is true to say that the town does owe part of its renown to this delicious sweet. However, Montélimar is primarily the gateway to the South where you first become aware of the special light and peaceful lifestyle characteristic of Provence. Nowadays it is an active town, particularly from a cultural standpoint.
Tourist attractions Montélimar : Things to see and do
These broad semi-pedestrianised avenues count several boulevards over nearly 1km long is appreciated by locals and visitors alike for its foliage and for the cafés and shops selling local specialities. It has everything!
19 rue Pierre-Julien
This collection is housed in the old Hôtel-Dieu (hospital). The first constraint was to respect the architecture of the site, hence the standalone metal structure on three levels. The other constraints were that every object exhibited must satisfy tw..
19 r. Ste-Croix
The church suffered greatly during the Wars of Religion and has since been renovated on several occasions. It has a fine Beckerath organ (1892), whose case was made by J. Gourjon (regular concerts). In the streets around the collegiate, look up at th..
27, Avenue Général de Gaulle F - 26200 Montélimar
The Hotel du Parc is situated close to the historic centre of Montélimar, near the train station and the Allées Provençales, the most beautiful street in the city. This former 19th-century house, now a charming 2-star hotel, sits in front of a qui..
19, Bd Marre-Desmarais F - 26200 Montélimar
Prix Prices from : 85 €
Housed in a 17th-century private mansion in the centre of Montélimar, Citotel Sphinx - Hotel offers 24 well-equipped rooms overlooking the beautiful courtyard or the street. With free WiFi, a buffet breakfast and parking available, each room has a f..
8, Chemin De La Manche F - 26200 Montélimar
The Hotel Le Printemps is located 300 metres from Montelimar centre, near the Allées Provençales and the new Saint-Martin quarter. It offers free Wi-Fi access and a TV with Canal+ channels. The restaurant serves regional cuisine along with a variety..
34 impasse Raymond-Daujat F - 26200 Montélimar
It is worth seeking out this little place up a cul-de-sac in the heart of the old town. It features a lemon yellow decor and traditional cuisine based on the freshest produce.
8 place du Marché F - 26200 Montélimar
This restaurant is located on the Place du Marché and serves high quality, hearty French fare. A husband and wife team runs it: he looks after the impressive cellar of over 600 wines, while she produces high quality bistro-style cuisine.