Chomerac Holiday Cottages & Homes(6)
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Holidaymakers looking for a scenic getaway filled with culture and history may like to try Chomerac in France. It is a beautiful area with lots to do and see within the Rhone-Alps region of Eastern France. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, B&Bs, cottages, gites and campsites.
The area around Chomerac offers many opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding with many scenic trails in the countryside and forests. As well as having many trails for hiking there are good places to try for mountain biking, climbing and caving in the region. There are several 18-hole golf courses just a short drive from Chomerac. Visitors wishing to take to the water for a spot of angling can try freshwater and fly fishing on the various rivers and streams in this part of the country. Swimming, canoeing and kayaking are among the water sports available in the area too. This region has many vineyards and holidaymakers can take wine tasting tours at many of these places. There are many bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from here, where visitors can get a taste of traditional French cuisine. Self catering holidaymakers will be able to purchase food and drinks from local stores and supermarkets in the area. The bigger cities of Lyon and Saint- Etienne have a bigger choice of shops and department stores.
This area has many historic buildings of interest such as Romanesque churches located at villages. Some of the ancient villages of interest nearby include the hamlet of Naves, the hamlet of Chassagnes and the hamlet of Brahic. Montelimar is just half an hour away and has several interesting museums. Another place worth visiting about 38 kilometres away is the Gorges de l’Ardeche and Pont D’Arc as well as the Parc National des Cevennes. Orange is about 60 kilometres away and has a wonderful Roman theatre. Tourists with a car can also take a relatively short trip to the fantastic cities of St Etienne and Lyon.
This region in the South of France is mild throughout the year but is hottest in July and August when the temperatures reach an average high of 25 degrees centigrade. As well as being the coldest months of the year at an average of 10 degrees centigrade, December and January are also the wettest with around 100mm of rain per month on average.
Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport (LYS) is approximately one hour and 40 minutes drive away with flights to numerous cities in France as well as international destinations such as Amsterdam (AMS), Brussels (BRU), Dublin (DUB), Frankfurt (FRA), Lisbon (LIS), London-Gatwick (LGW), Madrid (MAD), Rome-Fiumicino (FCO), Vienna (VIE) and Zurich (ZRH) amongst others. There are several car rental firms located at the airport including Avis, Europcar, Hertz, National / Citer and Sixt.