Rémuzat is a small, peaceful village, part of the Baronnies
commune in Drôme Provençale. The mighty cliffs
of the Rocher du Caire tower over the village, and from the top of these cliffs visitors can see the vultures which were
reintroduced to the area in 2004, when several monk vultures (Aegypius Monachus) were released into the wild. This spectacular species
had not been seen in the south-east of France for over a hundred years.
What to see and visit: Rocher du Caire; the Chapelle Saint-Michel – a modest, thirteenth-century Romanesque construction, it features an altar carved from a former Gallo-Roman architrave.
Recommended activities: Watching the vultures and discovering the area's wildlife, walking, swimming in nearby rivers.