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

Montclus is a small village situated on the banks of the River Ceze, in the Gard department of southern France. It is an ideal destination for people seeking a vacation where they can escape from it all. To make the best of your time here, you should book a holiday rental house in Montclus. Coming superbly well decorated, furnished and equipped, it is a veritable home away from home, and provides the perfect base from which to explore this interesting part of France, or to simply kick back and relax.

Things to Do on Holiday in Montclus, France

Just because the self catering accommodation in Montclus is set in the rural countryside, does not mean that there are a lack of activities to do. Quite the opposite in fact and lovers of the outdoors will enjoy the array of leisure activities that they can try during a holiday in Montclus. The nearby rivers Ceze and Ardeche provide the opportunity to go canoeing and swimming. There are even several sandy areas where you can just sunbathe. Other suggestions for things to do in the area include hiking, cycling, horseback riding, caving and golf.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Montclus, France

When not relaxing at your holiday rental house in Montclus or trying some form of leisure activity, you might like to take the time to visit some of the attractions that this part of France has to offer. There are many beautiful villages nearby, and La Roque sur Ceze is just one of them. Just 30km away is the town of Uzes, which has some spectacular architecture, and a history that dates back to the Romans. The town also boasts a museum dedicated to sweets, and so if you are travelling with children, they will find it most enjoyable! Other notable attractions in the vicinity include Banne, Saint-Montan, Joyeuse, Pont du Gard, Pont d’Arc and Anduze.

Weather in Montclus, France

The weather always plays an important part in any vacation, and a holiday in Montclus will be no different. You may be pleased to discover that the area enjoys a somewhat Mediterranean climate, which basically means warm summers and mild winters. The average day time temperatures during July and August are 27 degrees Celsius, but you can expect some days during this time to have temperatures in their 30’s. The winter months are cooler, with day time averages of 11 degrees. Rainfall is heavier during the winter, with December and January showing nearly 90mm per month, whilst the summer is barely touched by rain at less than 40mm per month.

Travel to Montclus, France

In order to get to your self catering accommodation in Montclus, you should decide between flying and driving. If you do decide to drive, keep in mind that there is a journey of over 10 hours from the port at Calais. If you opt for flying, then the best airport to use would be the one at Marseille (MRS). Flights into here come from many European cities, but of most interest if you are coming from the UK, will be the British Airways flights from London Gatwick (LGW).

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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

Exceptional location overlooking the river and within easy reach of charming fortified village.

5 of 5
We have just returned from a 12 night stay at this lovely beach-front house (20 Aug to 1 Sept 2017) which we feel cannot be beaten on it's position on the edge of this quaint, medieval hill village with it's narrow, cobbled alley-ways set on a sheer cliff overlooking the beautiful Ardeche. Les Rochers is immediately next to the bridge and main beach. Along the shore, there are many patches of sand and an abundance of rock shelves which are perfect to lay a towel on. There is a great atmosphere if you stay close to the main beach (with supervised swimming). Both here and just upstream are departure points for canoe trips and a series of 3 rapids make the canoeists squeal with delight as they go by. Also, the more daring jump from the higher rock platforms. A 5 minute walk down river, it's much quieter with great swimming and a sandy beach. Fish feed from your hands; frogs, lizards are easy to find and wild flowers grow between the pebbles. Goat herds graze and Bonelli's eagle, the Ardeche reserve's emblem, soar overhead. We are a family of 5 (children aged 11, 15 and 17) and the accommodation was just as photographed. Francoise and Michel were very friendly, helpful and easy going. They speak a little English and told us about places to visit, for example, the Pont d'Arc cavern, a re-creation of the World Heritage Chauvet-Pont d'Arc Cave with it's 36000 year old paintings. The house was fully equipped; dishwasher tablets, herbs and spices and all basics were provided. There is a super market just south of Ruoms about 10km away and a tiny shop in Balazuc where we bought baguettes and croissants each morning. We mainly cooked at home (the view is so exceptional) but there was a choice of about 5 bars/restaurants if you prefer. There is a table tennis table, boules, skittles and other games to play. The village is quieter at night. When we visited it was close to end of season and there was sometimes music. We loved to sit out and look for shooting stars. The garden is the unique part of this house. There are lots of little terraced areas nestled between the rocks, it was difficult to decide where to sit and you are so close to the beach you can pop back as you wish. The impressive Pont d'Arc is a must to see but it was good to return to somewhere much less busy. The canoeing was affordable and really fun. Our favourite was the Vogue to Chauzon stretch. We used "Balazuc Loisirs" based nearby on the main road. Les Rochers is highly recommended!
  • Review Submitted: Sep 03, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017