A holiday home in France

“We’d love to go to the beach and enjoy the sea, but there’s so much more to discover!”

Holiday home France

Spend your family holidays in some of the most beautiful regions of France. We have just the place for you. Long beaches, heavenly scenery and amazing culinary delicacies await you.

Aude - Langedoc - Roussillon
Extending up from the Mediterranean to the Pyrenees, the Aude region is warm and hospitable. With a unique natural heritage and friendly inhabitants. The Languedoc area stretches along the Mediterranean coast. Here you not only discover the promise of the south, but also a wealth of culture. The Languedoc is one of the oldest cultivated landscapes in France. The vineyards in the vicinity of the Roussillon belong to the ‘Appellation Côtes du Ventoux’.

As well as rocky cliffs, gently rolling dunes, enchanted forests, idyllic villages and exciting towns, the western region of France offers many ancient traditions and hospitable inhabitants!

Camargue is one of the most varied regions of France. It is a combination of wild, unspoilt scenery with traditional villages, modern resorts and enchanting fishing harbours. There’s something exciting for every member of the family.

Côte d’Azur
The name conjures up magic landscapes, sun, sea, lush vegetation and relaxed lifestyle. "La Côte" offers a rocky shore, long sandy or pebble beaches and secluded coves.

The island of Corsica isn’t called the "Île de Beauté" for nothing. With its high-contrast scenery, it continues to captivate visitors time and time again. Its white sandy beaches and turquoise sea set against a towering mountainous backdrop are always a magical attraction.

The Landes region in south-western France (Aquitaine) is characterized by its silver coastline stretching 100 km along the Atlantic and its dense pine forests. And a few km inland, Biscarosse offers peaceful bathing lakes for surfing or sailing.

Normandy – a historic province in the northern part of France with its unique landscape: endless coastlines, the idyllic Seine valley or the Norman hinterland with extensive forests, hills and valleys. One of the famous landmarks to visit in the region is the island Mont Saint-Michel with its superb abbey-monastery right on the sea.

Provence is one of the most beautiful and famous regions of France. Flowering lavender fields compose a rugged yet romantic landscape.


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