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A country steeped in history, France is one of the most visited countries on the planet; and it’s easy to see why! With amazing cities, quaint seaside villages and awe-inspiring mountain ranges, France has everything you could possibly want from a group holiday in Western Europe. Our range of big houses, villas and ski-chalets will leave you spoilt for choice.
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An amazing cultural journey awaits you on a holiday in Brittany on the French north-west coast. With traditions dating back hundreds of years, and the scenery to match, Brittany is a wonderful location to enjoy everything wonderful that France has to offer.
Deep in the heart of France lies the region of Burgundy, renowned for its fine wines and wonderful cuisine this is a fabulous area for indulgence and fun. Our selection of large houses and villas in Burgundy offers you luxury and comfort in this historic and beautiful part of France.
The Centre Region of France offers visitors fine wines, fascinating towns and the breath-taking countryside of the beautiful Loire Valley – France’s largest World Heritage Site. Many famous Châteaux can be found hidden in the depths of this glorious region. A treat for all the senses, the Centre Region is a hot-spot for foodies, cultural lovers and architectural treasures tracing fascinating French history.
So much to see and do in the heart of some wonderful countryside means that Dordogne is a popular place for anyone looking for a holiday in France. Over 1000 castles and chateaux mean the region is steeped in amazing history and is unrivalled when it comes to enjoying the traditions of French days gone by.
A warm climate and continuing traditions that date back hundreds of years make Gascony a wonderful location for any holiday in France. The great mix of old and new that can be seen in the amazing Chateaux as well as the newer town centres mean that Gascony really does have everything you could possibly want and more.
La Gironde is a department in the Aquitaine region in the South West of France. Most noted for being the home of the old vines that grow the grapes for the famed Bordeaux wines, the Gironde is a particularly large region encompassing terraced vineyards and a trailing coastline which meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Nestled along the western coast of the South of France, Landes is an area of contrasts; boasting a long stretch of stunning coastline and a lush area of National Park, there’s plenty to see and do. A vibrant and popular place to visit, Landes offers its visitors all you’d expect from a coastal destination, including safe bathing, outdoor sports and fine dining.
As France’s most southern region, Languedoc-roussillon is a beautiful destination for a memorable group holiday in a perfect Mediterranean climate. Find your perfect villa by an empty beach, or rent your dream castle overlooking fields of stunning alpine countryside.
An area of untouched beauty, Lot et Garonne sits south of the Dordogne river and is home to some of the most delightfully sleepy villages that are available in France. With improved transport links over the past few decades the area is now reachable in ways it wasn’t before, making it the perfect destination for those after a relaxing break.
The Midi Pyrénées found in warm and relaxing South West France bordering Spain is a region brimming with charming villages, ancient towns and open countryside peppered with the Pyrenees Mountains. Delicious food and a glass of locally made Armagnac await…
An area steeped in the history of the D-Day landings as well as centuries before and a number of wonderful art locations make this an ideal place to enjoy a break in France. Traverse through the wonderful countryside and see the amazing beaches whilst also taking in some of the rich history and past that this magical country holds.
Perfect for those looking for that ideal chalet in the mountains, The Alps has a huge selection of wonderful properties incorporating some of the best ski resorts in the entire world. If you want a break in the snowy regions of Europe, then the French Alps offer everything you could possibly want.
A wonderful location that incorporates the best of the coast and the inland countryside, Vendee is a popular spot for anyone who is looking to visit France. Enjoy the wonderful food and the amazing leisure opportunities in this amazing beautiful location.
Incorporating what you may think are several different worlds with its wide ranges of different environments, France has so many different holiday options all within a single country.
Paris is world-renowned as one of the most brilliant cities available. A leader in the fields of fashion, culture and food, France’s capital is undoubtedly a ‘must-visit’ for anyone who considers themselves a well-travelled individual. Perfect to explore as a group, you can take in the wonderful sights of the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe or even the brilliant Notre-Dame.
If you’re looking for adventure then the south of France has it in abundance. The mountain ranges of the Alps and Pyrenees offer superb skiing opportunities, whilst the west coast that faces out onto the Bay of Biscay give those who wishing to ride the waves of the Atlantic Ocean a fantastic base from which to start their surfing trip.
Whilst it may be the city of Paris and the southern climate that are the well-known holiday destinations for people visiting here, the rest of the country has plenty to offer. The centre of France is full of history, ranging from the ruins of Roman castles to the stunning cathedrals dotted around the likes of Chartres. If you venture further east then you’ll find the vineyards that the region is so famous for and perhaps you might be able to sample one of the local tipples! With so many brilliant things to see and do in this country there’s only one thing left to do – Get here!