Packages in Montreal-la-Cluse
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Montreal-la-Cluse Vacation Packages
Montreal-la-Cluse Vacation Packages
The national capital, Paris, lies 240 miles northwest of Montreal-la-Cluse.
You only live once. You'll berate yourself for not trying to visit Charles Mathon Stadium in Oyonnax, an excellent venue for seeing a game. Head to the kiosks after the game to experience all of Oyonnax's great facilities.
Go to Nantua and enjoy the History Museum of Resistance and Deportation and Eglise Saint-Michel de Nantua. It's 2 miles from Montreal-la-Cluse and is well worth the trip. In addition, you could check out Rene Nicod Park and Aragon Cultural Centre in Oyonnax. This nearby spot is only 6 miles from Montreal-la-Cluse.
Don't forget to visit Bellegarde-sur-Valserine. It's approximately 12 miles southeast of Montreal-la-Cluse and it boasts some great places to visit, including Pertes de la Valserine, Bois des Pesses Park and Bellegarde Canyon. Chatillon Michaille Church and the Jeanne d'Arc Theatre are some more attractions if you have extra time.
If you're not one to take vacations purely to shuffle between the pool and the buffet, this region offers some activities, such as tobogganing and snowmobiling.
Tapping into the local insight of a place is a highly rewarding way to deepen your vacation experience. So, reserve a place on one of the popular activities that are available in this region, including city walking tours and culinary tours.
Don't leave this area without getting a panoramic view. There are a number of awesome places where you can try paragliding.
Schedule your vacation during the cold season and try some of the local winter sports, including snowboarding and skiing. These are very popular in the region.
To really understand the character of the region, you must acquaint yourself with its unique smells and tastes. Experience the local traditions at some of the restaurants, bars and cafés.
To capture the real essence of the region, enjoy local ingredients such as cheese and sausages.
How about trying fondue savoyarde (bread cubes dipped in cheese and wine fondue) and ratatouille (vegetable stew)? These are popular around this area.
Order bugnes (crispy doughnuts) for a taste experience popular in this area.
Treat yourself with a glass or two of the local beer. Kronenbourg Blanc is a popular option.
Hot chocolate, a non-alcoholic drink that's popular with the locals, can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
If you want to connect with the locals here, order armagnac, a well-known alcoholic drink.
If you enjoy the finer things in life, head out for a taste of some local wines. Get a bottle of Gigondas or Côteaux du Languedoc.
Bid "Au revoir / À bientôt" to Montreal-la-Cluse, safe in the knowledge that this unique destination will always be there for you to return whenever you desire.
Don't stress about missing your flight. Just remember that the closest airport is 25 miles to the east of Montreal-la-Cluse.
Accommodation in Montreal-la-Cluse
Expedia's travel guide currently lists no accommodations in Montreal-la-Cluse. There's no need to worry though, as you can always head to the L'Embarcadère, which is situated some 0.7 miles away in Nantua.