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Nowadays, Combloux is recognized as a winter and summer mountain resort. Originally, it was a village of farmers who lived from agriculture and breeding. It has managed to preserve a real authenticity and today's farmers combine their agricultural activity with an occupation linked to winter tourism.
It was at the beginning of the 20th century that tourism really started developing, mainly in summer, with the opening of the "Grand Hôtel du Mont Blanc" which welcomed wealthier customers. With the Winter Olympics organized in Chamonix in 1924, winter sports experienced a distinct popularity.
The town’s history can be discovered by visiting places such as the Isidore farm, a typical example of the local habitat of the 19th century, or the baroque church of Saint Nicolas. Local trades and crafts are also put in the spotlight. Some farms offer visits to discover the production of cheeses such as reblochon but also cow milking workshops. The other traditional activity of the village is granite carving, which you can discover by walking along the granite path or by visiting the Mont-Blanc granite exploitation.
As for winter sports, Combloux is suitable for ski touring and cross-country skiing. Alpine skiing enthusiasts will have access to the Portes du Mont Blanc ski area which includes 100 km of slopes and Evasion Mont-Blanc which includes 400 km of slopes. The resort also offers the possibility of practicing handi skiing alone or accompanied.
In summer, the resort offers activities for the whole family. Children will be delighted to participate in trapper courses or in a 2-day excursion offered by the equestrian center. The Jaillet cable car offers a beautiful panorama of the Mont Blanc and leads to the starting point of hikes and mountain bike trails. The biotope pond is an exceptional environment: a natural swimming pool whose water is filtered by plants.
The area is also suitable for fishing courses to learn techniques such as fly fishing. A path and footbridges have been set up in the Diosaz gorges to give access to the canyon and the 5 waterfalls present. Different companies offer hot air balloon or paragliding excursions. Other activities such as canyoning, speleology, tree climbing, summer sledging or mountaineering are offered throughout the summer.
The village’s market showcases local products which are also on the menu in the many restaurants of the resort. You can find the traditional fondues and tartiflettes but also more surprising dishes such as diots (smoked sausages from the area) or farcement, a dish made of salted potatoes and prunes.
With the various activities offered both in summer and winter, Combloux is the ideal destination for seasonal rentals for families. In fact, there are no less than 440 properties listed as short-term rentals in the town.
Most of the available properties have one or two bedrooms and accommodate 5 to 6 travelers. The length of stays varies greatly: 50% of stays are for one to two nights and the other half are for more than 3 nights.
The average price per night is around 105 euros with an average peak of 130 euros in December and a low of 76 euros in September. The average monthly income is around 985 euros with an average peak of 1600 euros in February and 325 euros in November.
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