Our French courses in Vercors provide a magnificent environment to study French in what we call “la belle France”.
Our programs are offered in the beautiful medieval village of Châtillon-en-Diois. It is located in the Drôme department in southeast France.
Discover some breathtaking natural wonders
The Vercors is a massif of mountains and plateaus. It is a protected regional park and an excellent destination for people who love nature. It offers breathtaking landscapes, warm-spirited old villages, and a large variety of artisanal food and crafts.
The Vercors has an amazing fauna and flora diversity. It includes hills animals like stag, roe deer, hare, wild boar and mountains animals like ibex, chamois, marmots. You can also sight many bird species in the Vercors Regional Park as well as wild plants and flowers.
French courses in Vercors – Châtillon-en-Diois
Châtillon-en-Diois is a lively and picturesque village with charming houses, cobblestone streets and fountains (not less than 20 in the village!). Situated on the border between Dauphiné and Provence at approximately 1 hour drive from Valence, it is a place of total peace and serenity.
Our French courses in Vercors are the perfect option for those who enjoy a slow-paced lifestyle, impressive scenery, hiking, nature, and a prestigious heritage. They will love socialising with warm-hearted people and will experience the French “douceur de vivre” of “la France profonde”.
Our French courses in Vercors deliver a full immersion program with private tuition and full board accommodation at the teacher’s house. This learning concept provides a well-balanced, constant, and enriching exposure to the French language and culture. It is flexible, personable, and lead to very rewarding learning outcomes.
Delicious local products
Students who study French in Vercors get the opportunity to discover and taste numerous succulent local products. To name but a few, the wide choice goes from the traditional Ravioles (small cheese and herbs ravioli), honey, cakes & pastries, fruit preserves, walnuts, wines and beers, lavender essence, essential oils, natural soaps, cheeses, lots of organic products and of course the delicious regional cuisine.