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Vacation rentals in France

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Top-rated vacation rentals in France

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Chalet in Colroy-la-Grande
Eco-site Epona "La Datcha" Parc Naturel des Vosges
Charming dacha classified 4 stars of 70 m2 on 50 acres of park on the edge of forest, at the foot of the mountains adjoining the property of 3 hectares of landlords with horses, sheep, low yard, organic vegetable garden. Obligation from 1 November: Snow tires or 4 seasons or chains or socks Cabanon, barbecue, playground Organic shops and producers 3km away. Located between Alsace and the Hautes Vosges there are within a radius of 12/40km of multiple sports and cultural activities.
$91 per night
Chalet in Montreuil-sur-Epte
Chalet with outdoor Jacuzzi and private pond
Cottage by a private pond, in a property of 18 ha with spa 2 places on the outdoor terrace. Direct access to the Paris-London Green Lane (Chaussy - Gisors section) and the Epte (1st category river) for walking, biking and kayaking. Property without neighborhood, without any noise nuisance. In the Val d 'Oise, 10 minutes from Magny en Vexin (A15 motorway), 10 minutes from the Golf de Villarceaux and 20 minutes from the Musée des impressionnismes (Fondation Claude Monet - Giverny).
$224 per night
Treehouse in Rosoy-en-Multien
Jacuzzi cabin "Plume", unusual night near Paris
You will be alone in the world in your treehouse. You observe the forest through the windows of your cozy nest. The jacuzzi is heated to 38°C on your terrace. In the early morning, enjoy a gourmet breakfast with bird songs. For your comfort, you have on the floor a small cabin with private bathroom and dining area. Ideal for a break of nature 1h from Paris and 30mn from Disney. Swimming pool open from mid-April to mid-September.
$292 per night

Other great vacation rentals in France

Chalet in Montreuil-sur-Epte
Chalet with jacuzzi and terrace above the water
$224 per night
Private room in Longecourt-en-Plaine
Château de Longecourt, Catherine de Médicis
$170 per night
Earthen home in La Roque-sur-Pernes
Troglodyte Charming Cottage
$85 per night
Farm stay in Arbois
Studio à la Ferme
$44 per night
Dome in Caylus
Sweet night under the stars
$141 per night
Home in Jaunay-Marigny
Troglo-gite 15 min from Futuroscope!
$197 per night
Loft in Villeneuve-Loubet
Waterfront Loft with Rooftop Privé Ranked 5*
$297 per night
Cave in Saint-Pierre-Colamine
The getaway at the end of the village
$48 per night
Cabin in Viala-du-Tarn
Ecological COTTAGE in the woods
$79 per night
Rental unit in Merlimont
Merlimont - OPEN SEA FACING Beautiful apartment
$88 per night
Condo in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie
Very nice apartment facing the sea, 2 bedrooms.
$76 per night
Private room in Lugaignac
Silver poplar geode near St Emilion
$189 per night

Your guide to France

All About France

From its scenic beaches and cinematic alps to its rich historic and cultural sites, France is a country steeped in natural, architectural, and artistic beauty. The European country houses 44 UNESCO World Heritage sites, including medieval towns, towering castles, sacred cathedrals, and spectacular landscapes. Paris, the capital of France, has been one of the world’s great cultural centers for centuries now, home to famous museums such as the Louvre and Musée d'Orsay, iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, and the Champs-Élysées, a stately avenue lined with exclusive fashion boutiques.

Outside of the metropolis, you can bask in the sun on the glittering coastline of the French Riviera, or head high up into the French Alps for a few days of amazing skiing in Mont Blanc or Chamonix. Explore the Loire Valley’s ornate castles, inhale the crisp saline air as you wander along the rocky coast of Brittany, and drive from vineyard to vineyard in the wine-producing towns of Burgundy and Champagne.

The elegance of French cuisine is famous the world over, and at cozy family-owned bistros or bustling brasseries you’ll be able to taste classics such as duck confit, coq au vin, or choucroute garnie. Almost every village or neighborhood has a market where you’ll admire impeccably arranged fruits at the height of season and taste local charcuterie and delectable artisan cheese. And few people can resist passing by the window of a patisserie without darting in for pains au chocolat or tiny, jewel-toned macaron cookies.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in France

Northern France generally experiences warm summers and cold winters, while in the South of France, the summers are hot and the winters are mild. The most pleasant time to stay in a vacation rental in France is during spring and early fall, when you can expect mostly sunny and mild conditions for exploring both the cities and the countryside, as well as enjoying the many annual festivals and events. In late February and early March, the Carnival of Nice brings out parades, music, fireworks, and the famous Batailles des Fleurs (Battles of the Flowers).

In April the International Garden Festival showcases the best in garden design in the picturesque town of Amboise in the Loire Valley. In May, a world-famous film festival takes over the coastal city of Cannes, while In July, visitors descend on the small town of Menton for two weeks of concerts under the stars.

Top things to do in France

Mont Saint Michel

On the edge of a rocky island above the Normandy coastline in Northern France, Mont Saint Michel is a medieval town that looks from a distance like it’s straight out of a fairytale. At the heart of its narrow cobbled streets is the spectacular Benedictine Abbey, which is on the famous Way of Saint James pilgrimage — a spiritual journey that many still undertake today. The pathways here are windy and include many stairways, so wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes.

The French Riviera

Head to the South of France for beautiful coastal cities and the blue waters of the Mediterranean. Nice is the biggest city with glorious sea views, great shopping, and a selection of art museums. Cannes is famous for its film festival, while the coast's most popular stretch of beaches are in Antibes. Saint-Tropez also has beautiful beaches and attracts the rich and famous, while the quieter town of Villefranche-sur-Mer offers a more traditional Provencal experience.


In the south of France, the city of Carcassonne is one of the finest examples of a medieval walled city in Europe. There are 52 towers and nearly two miles of ramparts, as well as the Canal du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Wander the narrow streets full of historic buildings, charming cafes, and small shops. The city also hosts a famous festival of music, dance, and theater in July.

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