Le Mas des Coccinelles
245 chemin la Glacière
Village center is accessible in five minutes on foot
Car Park Access
From the main road (D5) follow the signs with ladybug. Park your vehicle on our vast and tree shaded parking area (free for guests).
Between Vaison-la-Romaine and Buis-les-Baronnies, the very old village of Mollans-sur-Ouvèze is situated between Drôme and Vaucluse. It is at the center of the region's must-see places such as Mont Ventoux, Baronnies National Park and Toulourenc gorge.
The picturesque village is built on a rock at the foot of the hill of Chatelard at the entrance of a gorge once considered to be the key to the Baronnies. Occupying the center of a hemicycle covered with olive trees and a rich and fertile valley.
You will appreciate the walk in the narrow streets, contemplate its heritage steeped in history, its bridge with its breathtaking view of Ouvèze river, his castle, its chapels and its fountains are worth the detour, as well as many sports activities around the village are proposed.
The small producers' market is Saturday morning and Saturday evening in July and August at 5 p.m. at the Place Blanche de Cour.
With a territory that is both touristic and cultural, the Drôme Provençale is an invitation to gastronomy, enchantment and to personal enrichment.
A southern region with a vast territory with many faces that offers many discoveries: villages, natural sites, local markets, wine tasting. There are also many outdoor activities there: hiking, cycling, climbing sites, swimming, canoeing, rafting.
The region is full of lavender fields, olive trees and vineyards.
Among the unmissable are the Baronnies National Park with its abundant biodiversity, its popular climbing sites and the remarkable mountain of Mont Ventoux.
It will be difficult not to succumb to the mainly organic local culinary specialties such as Nougat from Montélimar, olives from Nyons, Picodon and other goat cheeses, black truffle, wines from the Côtes du Rhône, small spelled from Haute-Provence. , honey, apricots, garlic, lime from the Baronnies ...