Residence with apartments for up to four people near Saint-Jean-de-Luz1/12Holiday 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.
Per week from USD 297show 357 offers
You can enjoy the direct view of the sea and the beach from this apartment in Biarritz.2/12Take a holiday near a beach
Aquitaine | The south Atlantic coast of France is especially well-known for its elongated fine sandy beaches. With these holiday homes and apartments, you’ll be 100 metres from the sea at most.
Per week from USD 251show 211 offers
3/12Vacation with your dog
Atlantic coast | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from USD 290show 2,957 offers
View from an appartement for 4 people in the residence « Tour Eiffel »4/12You, 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.
Per week from USD 740show 195 offers
Holiday home for up to six people, located directly by the sea near Plouescat5/12The 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.
Per week from USD 312show 503 offers
A never ending beach
Aquitaine | The light-hearted enjoyment of life can be felt everywhere in France but nowhere is it as beautiful and diverse as in Aquitaine. The southern Atlantic coast of France stretches from the mouth of the Gironde to the Spanish border. More than 250 kilometres of almost continuous beach shape the region and provide for great holidays. Behind the beach there are thick pine forests which are the ideal place for cycling tours.
But sun, beach and the sea are not all Aquitaine has to offer. Numerous castles, chateaus and prehistoric caves are just waiting to be discovered. Smaller and larger cities such as the capital Bordeaux, the spa town Dax or Pau located high up in the Pyrenees are very appealing. However the other smaller villages and towns have many sights and are also worth a visit. And whilst you’re travelling why not plan in a quick detour to one of vineyards of the wine growing regions Medoc and Bordeaux and take a good wine home with you. When you arrive back in your holiday home you can prepare a typical Aquitaine dish with fresh regional ingredients from the local market – turning your holiday into a gourmet tour! Aquitaine comprises of the three coastal départements Landes, Gironde and Pyrenées-Atlantiques as well as the départements Lot-et-Garonne and Dordogne in the inland.
Further information on the départements can be found on the holiday home selection for Aquitaine.
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show more km, Bergerac (EGC) 105 km, Toulouse (TLS) 248 km. French 17th century castles.
First Cave with LED lighting.
The cave can be visited completely by disabled persons.
Beyond the tranquillity of Résidence La Roseraie, there is much to tempt the visitor. The Dordogne is, after all, well known for its prehistory, castles and ...
show more gastronomy (such as the truffle and foie gras). When visiting the region, you should not miss the Roman city of Périgueux or the spectacular cave of Lascaux, which is accessed from the pretty old town of Montignac.
A visit to one of the many markets in the region is also a culinary treat.
For nature-loving travellers there are several rivers and lakes, within a distance of 30 km, where you can swim, canoe or fish. If you like rambling, there are several footpaths through nearby forests; paths which are also ideal to discover by mountain bike. Just 2 km up the road from our villas, there is a riding school where ponies can be hired on reservation.
Nearest airports: Limoges, Brive and Bergerac (each within a distance of 80 km).