Located on the Route des Vins, Tulette was a fiefdom of the Princes of Orange during the 12th century,
and was then annexed by the Dauphiné during the 16th century. The village suffered a lot during
the course of the Wars of Religion. Jules de La Rovère, who was to become Pope Jules the second,
was the prior at the Benedictine priory.
The village surrounded by 12th century ramparts, is totally devoted to its vineyards.
What to see, what to visit: the remains of the fourteenth-century ramparts, its towers, its ancient narrow streets...