Combres is a small French village, located in the Eure-et-Loir and the Central Region. Its inhabitants are called Combrésiens and Combrésiennes.
The municipality covers 14.9 km ² and 489 inhabitants in the 2004 census. With a density of 32.8 inhabitants per km ², Combres had a net increase of 32.9% of its population by 1999.
Surrounded by the towns of Hunting, Happonvilliers and Frazer, Combres is located 32 km south west of Luce's largest city around.
The town is near the Parc Naturel Régional du Perche (6 km).
Mayor Combres name is René Rousselle.
A church is mentioned as Combres 1147. The monks established themselves in Thiron Combres and built the first church. The foundations are 12th century but the church we see today dates from the 16th century, as confirmed all the dates noted on the monument. The Church of Combres is dedicated to Our Lady. In the 17th century, St. Anthony became the second owner, its vault is covered with painted panels showing twelve Saints, one per bay in the nave and four in the choir. The old bells dating from 1716 and 1768 were replaced in 1868.
Enquiries +33 2 37 29 57 96.
Other attractions: The old mill Canet.
EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS
Flea market, garage sale: the third Sunday in May.
Hiking and art exhibition: the second Sunday in October.