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1/4Vacation with your dog
France | 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.
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2/4The scent of lavender
Provence | The fields of the Provence are lit up with deep shades of violet and blue between mid-June and mid-August. A fresh scent of lavender is then laid over the landscape. Best time to travel, don’t you think?
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This restored medieval church in Périgord is a holiday home for up to three people.3/4Surprisingly different
France | Have you ever lived in a chapel? In a circus caravan? Or what about a cave for your next France vacation? You can experience such extraordinary vacations with us?
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Holiday park in Normandy, located not far from the coast.4/4Take a carefree holiday
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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Vacation in a holiday home in Burgundy
A vacation to Burgundy has everything a visitor might need to relax; lovely landscapes with rolling hills and vineyards, monasteries rich in culture and history, and the best food and wine in France. For visitors looking for a quiet break, it's paradise. A vacation in a holiday home lets holidaymakers enjoy Burgundy's many treasures and relax with all the comforts of holiday rentals. Holiday houses in Burgundy, for example in Côte-d'or or the picturesque region of Yonne, are easy to book and rent.
A Burgundy Vacation with Holiday Rentals
Burgundy is home to the country's most fruitful vineyards and French wine culture. Red wines from pinot noir grapes and white wines from Chardonnay grapes are produced in Burgundy, for example in the region surrounding Saone-et-Loire. Visitors can explore the many vineyards and sample the wines on vineyard tours - enjoying the landscapes and fine wines before returning to a relaxing evening at their holiday homes. Burgundy is also known as a center for French cuisine: coq au vin, escargot and beef bourguignon all originate in Burgundy. If visitors want a break from cooking at their holiday houses they can choose fine dining options and taste France's finest cuisine. Every fall Dijon hosts the Dijon International Gastronomy Fair, a must for cooks and foodies, right outside the front door of holiday apartments in Dijon.
Superb food and wine are not Burgundy's only lures. Visitors interested in sports can watch part of the Tour de France from their holiday homes. The race crisscrosses across Burgundy, so spectators can watch from many holiday houses. The Vezeley Abbey is an easy day trip from holiday apartments. It is a Benedictine Abbey in the Romanesque style, overlooking the hills and vineyards. Supposedly Mary Magdalene's bones are buried here, attracting pilgrims from around the world.