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Make a Holiday Rental Apartment in Boisset-et-Gaujac, France, Your Home Away From Home

The commune of Boisset-et-Gaujac is located within the region of Languedoc-Roussillon, which is in the south of France. This is an area that is surrounded by scenic, rolling countryside and often proves to be the perfect choice for people who are looking for a break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. If you decide to take your holidays in Boisset-et-Gaujac, it might be a good idea to arrange a hired car as this part of France can be a little remote. The self catering accommodation in Boisset-et-Gaujac and the surrounding area will offer all of the modern conveniences you could ever need for a truly successful stay; plus as all properties come with fully equipped kitchens, this means you will not be having to hunt around for somewhere to eat at every meal time.

Things to Do on Holiday in Boisset-et-Gaujac, France

The rolling countryside surrounding your self catering accommodation in Boisset-et-Gaujac will be crying out for your exploration and this can be done in a number of ways. The first suggestion would be to obtain details of the best walking and hiking trails in the area from a local tourist information office. You might even like to explore on two wheels (either cycling or mountain biking), or possibly even four legs - as horse riding excursions are an ideal way of seeing the area from a higher perspective. Other activities available to you include canoeing, white-water rafting, golf, fishing and jogging.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Boisset-et-Gaujac, France

As your holidays in Boisset-et-Gaujac will be spent within a region of France that is so well known for the production of excellent wines, this might prove to be the perfect opportunity to visit a local winery. The good news here is that many vineyards in the region are open to the public for fully escorted tours. A perfect day out would be to head to the Cevennes National Park which is just a short drive north-west. Some local towns and cities for you to visit include Avignon, Montpellier, Orange and Nimes. If you fancy spending a day or two at the coast, this is certainly possible, but would take you around an hour and a half to reach the Mediterranean.

Weather in Boisset-et-Gaujac, France

There should not be too much need for thick and woolly clothing on your holidays in Boisset-et-Gaujac as this area enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate. This means that summers are usually warm to hot and winters are much milder than back in northern Europe. Average temperatures range from around the low-teens degrees Celsius in January and rise to the very warm high-twenties in July and August. You may expect around 21 inches of rainfall in this part of France per year.

Travel to Boisset-et-Gaujac, France

The closest choice of airport for your holidays in Boisset-et-Gaujac will be Avignon-Caumont Airport (AVN). Three airlines fly here from the UK and these are Jet2.com, Air France and Flybe. From airports such as Southampton (SOU), London City (LCY), Exeter (EXT), Leeds-Bradford (LBA) and Birmingham (BHX).

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First of all a big thank you to Madame Giraud for making my wife and I so welcome. For those that don't know the area, Lussan is a small old stone built village that is perched by itself some 50M above the surrounding country side on a rock outcrop. The most accessible town would be Uzes some 20 Minutes drive by car.. so having transport is essential. We picked a car up from Nimes Airport . The views from the village are lovely , as are the sunrises and sunsets and its probably reasonable to walk the circumference of the ramparts in 15 Mins ( if you didn't stop to admire the country side) . The village when we were there in early Sept was very quiet . Although it is a functioning village with a small primary school you'll have to get in the car to do any shopping. If you're used to living in the countryside, as I do, its not a problem , that's just a part of the experience . However if you live in a town or any large conurbation you may take a while to adjust .. but please try it ;). The Property is a part of a larger structure and forms the top floor. The ground floor is only partially used and didn't cause us any problems at all . The building to the side is occupied but again didn't cause any problems at all . To all intents you might as well be on your own, the stone walls are very thick. The usual facilities are good, the property is clean and tidy. One point in terms of services is that the description mentions that the property has Wifi within short range at the post office. The issue though is that with the stone walls being so thick its not actually available within the confines of the property. If you're desperate the 3g / 4g coverage is acceptable for downloading films . Actually we didn't miss it. As this was our first two week break in 28 years without all or some of our numerous children , my wife and I spent more time talking to each other and reading books which turned out to be one of the best things about the property. In terms of location , Uzes which is a fine old country town is a good base for exploring Gard and further afield. We found no problem in discovering the local area and visiting the local villages and towns such as Nimes, Orange , Avignon, Aigues Mortes and even further afield to the Gorge to Verdon. I would recommend that you have some French , Madame Giraud has some English so between the two parties things can be well understood. It was a lovely place for a quiet break .
  • Review Submitted: Sep 29, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

Beautiful relaxing quiet

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Well equipped house in lovely settings fantastic swimming pool and shadey patio under the figctree. The owners are friendly and discreet. Would highly recommend
  • Review Submitted: Jul 13, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017