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Make A Holiday Rental Apartment in Celas, France, Your Home Away From Home

The tiny village of Celas can be found within the Cevennes National Park, in the Gard department of Languedoc-Roussillon, in southern France. Although there is a limited choice of self catering holiday rental accommodation available for rental within the village itself, the nearby historic town of Anduze boasts a much broader choice of self catering apartments, townhouses and villas.

Things to Do on Holiday in Celas, France

Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Celas will find that the picturesque village’s scenic location, deep within the Cevennes National Park, means that it is the ideal base for discovering the region’s indigenous fauna and flora at close quarters. This mountainous park is criss-crossed with footpaths and trails, making it the ideal escape for hikers, walkers and cyclists. The dramatic elevations of the park means that the more adventurous holidaymakers may wish to try their hand at rock climbing mountaineering and abseiling, or to simply scale the lofty heights of its mountains to take in spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Celas, France

There are a number of interesting places to visit within the Gard department, many just a short drive from Celas. Nearby Anduze boasts a wonderful selection of historical sites and landmarks lining its ancient cobbled streets. Particular draws are its 14th century clock tower, the 19th century protestant temple and the Etienne church, along with the many impressive medieval houses which surround the town’s wide squares. Visitors spending their holidays in Celas may not be surprised that the surrounding landscape is dotted with numerous architecturally impressive chateaux, so synonymous with the French countryside. Of particular note are Fort Saint-Andre and Beaucaire.

Weather in Celas, France

Tourists looking to spend their holidays in Celas will find that this region of France enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate. This means that summers tend to be warm and dry, with temperatures often reaching the high 20s degrees Celsius, whilst winter temperatures average around 12 degrees Celsius. Celas receives an average annual rainfall of around 21 inches.

Travel to Celas, France

Tourists looking to spend their holidays in Celas will discover that Montpellier-Mediterranee Airport (MPL) is the nearest international airport. There are a number of airlines operating regular flights here from the UK, to include Ryanair and easyJet, departing from London Gatwick (LGW), London Luton (LTN), Birmingham (BHX) and Leeds-Bradford (LBA).

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          Célas Holiday Homes & Rentals (4)

           

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          Delightful traditional house with some quirky features fun to stay in.

          4 of 5
          Loved the upstairs kitchen and bedrooms with gorgeous views. Mind the outside steps to the down stairs living room and third bedroom liked the quirkiness of this. Sitting room great to relax in during the evenings. Lovely patio for out door eating at the house and in the garden good BBQ area. Be organised when going to the pool have every thing you need. Village is peaceful the locals are very friendly particularly at the green grocers were you can buy great fruit and vegetables. Celas is close to Ales which has good markets, cafes and restaurants. Great location for exploring hilltop villages and a trip to the Coast and Arles. Recommend the Caribbean food at Cap Canoe in Amboise Gorges de la Ceze the canoeing was good too. Owner provided good customer service, very helpful would recommend a stay here.
          • Review Submitted: Aug 25, 2016
          • Date of Stay: Aug 2016

          La Ferme du Soleil

          5 of 5
          La Ferme Du Soleil is a special place. Arriving through the grand wrought iron gates into the central courtyard shaded by the wise magnificence of a great horse chestnut tree you are assaulted by the best view I have ever seen. 80km to the great peaks of the Cevennes, a seemingly endless ascending succession of hills catching every light and shadow imaginable, you are rooted to the spot, and just sitting back on one of the luxurious sun-loungers with a glass of the local wine, a basket of fresh bread and a bowl of virgin olive oil at hand seems the best objective for the entire vacation. But once you've managed to pry yourself away from the glory of it, you find a beautiful mas enfolding the courtyard incorporating and extended from a C17th silk mill which has been converted into a calm and elegant family home. It flows beautifully and feels easy to occupy. All the rooms are spacious and have charm, but the centre of the house is the kitchen diner, a superb vaulted 15m room with a space age kitchen at one end. Acres of grounds planted with olives and an intimate sun-soaked pool area complete the vision of the perfect hideaway. We've rented Renaissance castles and Venetian palaces, but La Ferme Du Soleil is the finest discovery we've made.
          • Review Submitted: Sep 15, 2009
          • Date of Stay: May 2009