A peaceful village perched high on a hilltop in the Drôme Provençale.
Puygiron is a superb vantage point from where you can admire the views over the Cévennes and the Monts du Vivarais right
across to the Prealps, as you dominate the plain below. In the centre of the village is the Place du Château, with its White
Mulberry Tree, planted there by Olivier de Serre, a friend of Henri IV, approximately three centuries ago.
What to see, what to visit : chapel Saint-Bonnet (twelfth century) – an ancient Benedictine priory, the nineteenth century church, the castle (twelfth century and Renaissance), the Renaissance dungeon which was raised in the course of the nineteenth century, many houses with their original medieval façades.
Recommended activities : walking, riding and mountain biking circuits.