Cottages Charente

This department is located in the south-west of France and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes of Nature.house. Charente has an area of 5956 km2 and over 360,000 inhabitants. In Charente you can find the municipality of Cognac which is named after the drink of the same name. Are you looking for a holiday home in a varied landscape, nature and cultural activities? Charente has it all. The church of Saint Martial of Dirac is seen as the church with one of the most beautiful facades in the Charente. So here you can find 2 bells from 1591 and is therefore considered a historic monument. If you have a holiday home in the area, it is highly recommended that you visit this church.

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57 Nature houses

This department is located in the south-west of France and has many beautiful places where you can enjoy nature in one of the holiday homes of Nature.house. Charente has an area of 5956 km2 and over 360,000 inhabitants. In Charente you can find the municipality of Cognac which is named after the drink of the same name. Are you looking for a holiday home in a varied landscape, nature and cultural activities? Charente has it all. The church of Saint Martial of Dirac is seen as the church with one of the most beautiful facades in the Charente. So here you can find 2 bells from 1591 and is therefore considered a historic monument. If you have a holiday home in the area, it is highly recommended that you visit this church.

Nature in Charente

Charente has a beautiful nature with many different biotopes, in which you can find a rich flora and fauna. nature lovers who visit a holiday home in this region will certainly enjoy all the beauty that Charente has to offer. If you have a gite in the east of Charente you can enjoy the dense forests that can be found here. For those who have a holiday home in the west of the Charente can enjoy the bird-rich areas that can be found here. Fauna species that you can find in this department include the black woodpecker, the green woodpecker, the moorhen, the grey heron, the white wagtail, the bronze sludge, the European praying mantis, the thyme blue and the flying deer.

Butte Frochet

In Charente there is another offshoot of the Massif Central, namely the Butte. From one of the holiday homes via Nature.house you can easily visit this geologically and biologically interesting area. The area used to be known for its quartz mines. Are you looking for a gite in Charente? Then visit Butte Frochet and take a walk through the dry heathlands, quartz and oak forests that you can find here in abundance. In this part of the Charente you will find plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling and even driving without meeting anyone.

The caves of Quéroy

If you have a holiday home in this region then you can visit the caves of Quéroy on a day when the weather is bad or when it is very hot and you want to look for the coolness of the cave. The caves were discovered by chance in 1892 and have been preserved in their original state. From your cottage you can easily visit this cave where you can follow a tour of 800 meters through the caves. In spring and summer you can participate daily in the guided tours that are given.