View from an appartement for 4 people in the residence « Tour Eiffel »1/11You, me and the Eiffel Tower
Paris | After you have climbed up the Eiffel Tower during the day and an artist at Monmartre has drawn a portrait of you in the evening you can feel like a true Parisien in your holiday apartment.
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Residence with apartments for up to four people near Saint-Jean-de-Luz2/11Holiday with a sea view
French Atlantic coast | Holiday accommodation in the immediate vicinity of the water and with a direct view of the deep blue Atlantic. Spontaneously decide whether you want to experience the land, the sea or both.
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Holiday home for up to six people, located directly by the sea near Plouescat3/11The land by the sea
Brittany | Wide, fine sandy beaches, hidden bays, rugged rocky cliffs, idyllic little towns and a holiday home directly by the sea – that’s a holiday on the Breton coast.
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Holiday park near Saint-Raphael on the Côte d'Azur.4/11Take a carefree holiday
Southern France | Everyone can enjoy a holiday here to the fullest. Parents can relax while the little ones will find dozens of entertainment options.
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View of the slope from an apartment for 4 people in Val Thorens.5/11A house on the piste
France | Fun on the piste begins here, right outside the front door, as you can either speed down the piste directly or you have the nearest lift in the immediate vicinity of these ski lodges and apartments.
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Rent a holiday home in historic Cevennes
More than just a geographical region in France, Cévennes lays claim to a historical identity immortalised by the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson in his classic work of travel literature, Travels With A Donkey In The Cévennes. The region is defined by its Gaelic charm and the impressive mountain landscape of the Massif Central. The emblem of the region is the chestnut tree.
Cultural attraction in Cevennes
The vast majority of the region's inhabitants are French Protestants who consider themselves of Huguenot descent and who have lived in Cévennes for over six centuries. In recent times, the region's population has been steadily decreasing and farming, along with tourism in the form of holiday houses and holiday rentals, remains a major source of income. Visitors can explore the historic remains of the Meyrueis and Roquedols castle, the fortified village of La Garde-Guerin and Florac, the location of the Cevennes National Park. In Saint-Laurent-de-Treves, dinosaur footprints can be found engraved in the limestone and Vallon-Pont-d'Arc, along with the Salavas commune, in the dramatic Ardèche Gorge, are popular destinations.
Heeding the call of nature
Mont Lozère is a famous granite mountain located in the heart of the Massif Central which is known for its dramatic rock formations, authentic farmsteads and clear streams. The Cevennes National Park is a signatory of the European Sustainable Tourism Charter and is rich in both flora and fauna. Accordingly visitors staying in holiday homes, holiday rentals and holiday apartments in the region are encouraged to behave in an environmentally friendly manner. Hikers appreciate the clearly signposted trails that crisscross the mountains and lakes. Families with children can rent a holiday house or holiday apartment and enjoy the many outdoor pursuits available in the region such as swimming, mountain biking, canoeing, climbing, horse riding and trout fishing. Cévennes' landscapes are a succession of dark mountains and valleys sculpted in shale, limestone and granite, perfectly exemplifying the synergy between man and nature. Book a holiday home in Cévennes and enjoy its unspoilt landscape.