West of France
In the west of France's idyllic Grand Est region lies Champagne, where the world-famous Champagne matures. During your vacation in a vacation home in France, you can get to know the sparkling wine in famous wineries and on numerous wine routes. Worth seeing are the cities of Reims with one of the most important cathedrals of the country (Notre-Dame de Reims), Troyes with its historic old town and Châlons-en-Champagne with charming half-timbered houses and imposing sacral buildings.
No other metropolis inspires with as many sights as the French capital Paris: In addition to the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Art Museum and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica are among the highlights. In the evening, the numerous small brasseries or a walk along the Seine invite you to end the day with a glass of cider and some macarons. Paris, on the other hand, entices with its vibrant urban culture: the metropolis serves as a breeding ground for ideas, fashion, new trends and wide-ranging nightlife. At the same time, from a vacation rental in the center of France's capital, you can quickly reach the many brasseries offering luxurious menus and the finest French cuisine, as well as famous museums such as the Louvre. A vacation rental in France's sophisticated capital is therefore "très chic".
One of the most scenic vacation regions is Provence with its purple glowing lavender fields, green-covered hills and Mediterranean climate. A very special cuisine also awaits you here: in southeastern France, between the Rhone Valley and Italy, lies the region where the world-famous herbs Herbes de Provence grow. Also discover the papal city of Avignon with medieval palaces, bridges and cathedrals.
In the east of France, as part of Provence, the Côte d'Azur beckons with its azure coastline, which extends to Cassis in the west and to the Italian border in the east. The port city of Saint-Tropez is the most famous place on the French Rivera. The city is popular above all with the high society, numerous luxury yachts and noble boutiques testify to it. Also the elegant cities of Marseille and Nice shine with long promenades and a luxurious flair.
You will get an exciting insight into French history during a vacation in Burgundy. Visit the abbeys of Cluny and Fontenay or walk in the footsteps of the Dukes of Burgundy in the wine and Gothic city of Dijon. Worth seeing is the famous basilica in the picturesquely located Vézelay as well as the small town of Beanue, which is surrounded by walls in a wonderful location between vineyards.
The coast of France
In the lowlands, the remaining foothills of the mountains meet the Atlantic Ocean, which forms the western border of the country across the region of Aquitaine and Brittany to northern Normandy. The coast is ideal for a beach vacation in a vacation home or a vacation bungalow on the beach. Also, France has excellent bathing resorts on the Mediterranean, such as on the Côte d'Azur and on the rough sandbanks off Montpellier and Perpignan.