Nyons, gateway to the Baronnies
The olive groves through time
The olive and the olive oil of Nyons
The Bourdons cliff
The Notre-Dame de Réparat Chapel
The Pontias, the vintage wind
Three types of juniper on Devès!
The city of Nyons from Devès
1 - In the left turn, leave the road to take a right on the trail marked by a post indicating the climbing site. Go up this gently sloping path and pass at the foot of the rock climbing. At the exit of the green oak wood (rocky plate), leave the flat path to take the left that climbs. After the stone walls arranged in a circle in the oak grove, climb the wooded scrubland and reach the Devès junction (directional post alt. 470 m) with the GR 9.
2 - Continue the path that goes left on the ridge to the Notre-Dame de Réparat chapel. Pass the Pontias Hole and continue on the Pontias Pass (road).
3 - Make a U-turn and return to the Devès intersection (directional post alt 470 m)
4 - Continue straight to go down the ridge and below, pass rocks and steps. When the path arrives in view of a building, keep going down to the left and, at the first houses, go down the Devès street. Through the small streets of the old town return to the Town Hall Square.
Access and parking
51.5 km south-east of Montélimar, by the D 541.
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