St. Julien de Peyrolas is a place of peace and relaxation for visitors. Its belvedere
is visible from the Gorges de l'Ardèche, and it offers a phenomenal view
of the Alps and the Ventoux.
||grocery, bakery, café-restaurant, bar-newsstand, wine
cooperative, private wineries.
Lodging: numerous facilities are available to receive tourists, including self-catering
cottages, studios and furnished accommodations, numerous campgrounds.
||Ramparts with two interior towers.
||St. Julien de Peyrolas was a fortified village in the
12th century. There still remain some ramparts with two corner towers.
||St. Julien de Peyrolas has mixed farming (particularly kiwi,
apricots, and cherries); it also produces asparagus and, or course, wine.