Eglise Sainte Foy
Historic site and monument


Mirmande, jewel of the Drôme Valley, offers a splendid view of the Rhone Valley. The village remained authentic and preserved. It immerses you in its medieval past.
Discover this village classified among the Most Beautiful Villages in France.

At the top of the village, "the icing on the cake", the Sainte Foy church is a jewel of Romanesque art. This desecrated church hosts from April to September exhibitions that change regularly.
Many artists have settled in the village, the first of them André Lhote. In the 1920s, this cubist painter created his summer academy in the village. Today still many artists and craftsmen are present in the village and you open their workshops.
The farmers also open their doors to you to discover the sweet fruits of the village ... There is something for all the taste buds! Cherries, peaches, apricots, plums, kiwis will delight young and old alike!
Find at the Tourist Office a document of discovery of the village.

26270 Mirmande
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Opening times

All year round, daily.


Free access.

  • Play area
  • Picnic area
  • Bar
  • Public WC
  • Camper van reception area
  • Exhibition space
  • Car park
  • Orientation board
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Coach parking
  • Pets welcome
  • Sales on site
  • Coach access
  • Motorhomes allowed
  • Shop
  • Wi-fi
  • Tourist brochures
  • Tourist information
  • Guided tours