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Lettings in beautiful Chamonix town and the surrounding villages.
Unlike most ski resorts, Chamonix is not just an isolated town built around ski lifts but is in fact encircled by lovely villages. With attractive holiday lettings in Chamonix available in all of these villages you'll be spoilt for choice. Les Houches is a family-orientated town with gentle pistes and a quieter nightlife. Argentier has beautiful mansions and a good range of shops and restaurants. Chamonix itself is lively and fun, with more flats than ski chalets. The south of the town is not quite so chocolate-box pretty, but it has a wide range of lower-cost rentals. You can also opt for holiday rentals and lettings in Morzine, a village very close to Chamonix, which is very touristy and has a very charming atmosphere.
Luxury Chamonix holiday lettings
Wherever you are you will be close to ski lifts, and the village chalets and flats offer stunning views over the Alps. Traditional wooden mansions feature the iconic Alpine widely projecting rooves, and many of the holiday rentals in Chamonix are spacious and roomy with some having plenty of outdoor space. Apartments are luxurious and often come with terraces where you can take in the crisp air over a glass of post-ski glühwein. However, if you prefer a different type of accommodation, the chalets in Chamonix Mont Blanc may be of interest to you.
The charming and affordable holiday lettings in Chamonix to rent have a lot to offer during your stay, not only for you but also for your pets, as many of them are pet-friendly:
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The area and getting around
Icy Alpine beauty with a warm French welcome!
Just an hour's drive from Geneva, Chamonix is easy to reach via spectacular roads through the Alps. Stretching east-west along a valley, the town revolves around its ski lifts, with plenty of restaurants, bars and of course the private holiday lettings in Chamonix, ready to welcome you. Stroll through the town and soak up the mix of old and new, luxury boutique shops and historic churches and classic wooden buildings. Or take a tour of neighbouring towns such as Annecy, which is just over an hour away- This destination has many things to do as a visitor, and its holiday rentals and lettings in Annecy will also impress you.
A ski-lovers' paradise
In addition to the countless accommodation in Chamonix to rent and attractions for travellers, this stunning resort town is known and loved above all for its fantastic ski slopes. With a slope for any level, from the absolute beginner to those with some experience to thrill-seeking black runs, Chamonix is Europe's number one destination if skiing is your passion. Not only are the ski runs here perfectly maintained, but they are also the most scenic in the Alps. Take the Brevent lift from the outskirts of Chamonix's town centre for a fantastic range of pistes or explore the many ski slopes in the surrounding villages. Avoriaz, an hour from Chamonix, is also a good destination for skiing enthusiasts with a wide variety of slopes, a good lift system, winter sports facilities and the holiday rentals and lettings in Avoriaz for those wishing to stay.
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Chamonix for families
In addition to the family-friendly holiday lettings in Chamonix, another reason why it is a good destination for families travelling with children is that the children's slopes in the surrounding villages of Les Planards and Le Savoy are perfect for families wanting to introduce their children to the sport. The local ski schools offer a variety of programmes for the little ones and support and guide them to build their confidence and gain their ski-legs. Chamonix boasts its own ice rink, which is open to the public, and children will love taking the famous little red Montenvers train which winds from the centre of Chamonix town all the way to the spectacular Mer de Glace (sea of ice) glacier. Find the perfect apartment in Chamonix Mont Blanc for that family trip and enjoy the whole unforgettable experience.
Chamonix for adrenaline junkies
Chamonix isn't just about the snow. The spectacular sight of the highest peak in the Alps, Mont Bloc, attracts hikers from all around the world, and those who make the summit are rewarded with magnificent views across the Alps. There are countless routes for the novice hiker, such as the local's favourite: Grand Balcon Nord, a 3-hour route suitable for families and casual walkers along a trail that passes glaciers, wild rivers and sweet-scenting pine forest. Take a leap of faith and try out paragliding, or perhaps you prefer to brave the wild waters of the river Arve on a white-water rafting trip, or for the truly brave of heart, hydrospeeding – body rafting down the rushing river – the epitome of thrilling! Find the perfect holiday letting in Chamonix and experience the adventure of a lifetime. But if you want something a little quieter, you can head to Les Gets, a 50-minute drive from Chamonix, and enjoy gentle, scenic route walks. If you want, you can rent an apartment in Les Gets and get the rest you deserve after all that physical exertion.
The first-ever Winter Olympics was hosted right here in Chamonix in 1924!
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Top 5 travel tips in Chamonix
1. Soar through the sky in the highest cable car in Europe
Take the white-knuckle cable car ride up to Le Brévent at the astonishing height of 2,525m, and be astounded by the panoramic views of Mont Blanc and the surrounding towering mountains. Book a holiday letting in Chamonix and immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of the alpine landscape as you witness the interplay of light and shadows on the majestic peaks, creating a truly unforgettable experience for nature enthusiasts and photographers alike.
2. Walk The Mer de Glace
Take the one hour hike to the foot of France's longest glacier an incredible 7km in length and 200m deep. Discover glittering ice caves deep in the heart of the glacier and learn more about this fascinating phenomenon at the nearby Glaciorium Museum!
3. Uncover the history of the Alps
Explore the strange and wonderful at the Musée Alpin, Museum of Alpine History, which marks the town's history from the 1700s onwards. Located in the beautiful Chamonix Palace, it is worth the visit just to see the building.
4. Photographs of beauty
Unsurprisingly for such a picturesque destination, Chamonix boasts its own photography gallery, Philip Fragnoli Gallery, which delights its visitors with charming images of the enchanting town. Part of its exposition is dedicated to the history of skiing, with Chamonix being the birthplace of alpine skiing. If you want to explore even more art, you can book an apartment in Morzine and check out the interesting list of galleries.
5. Dance the night away
If you're not exhausted from the hard day's skiing and are ripe and ready for a hard night's partying, Chamonix will definitely not disappoint. The Du Moulin club is open for visitors every night of the week, a mellow and friendly night spot with great DJs and very reasonably priced cocktails.