Most popular Villas in France
Highlights in France
- Lovely villages and cities
- Excellent wines
- Refined cuisine
- Culture and history
- Glamour and romance
Most popular amenities for Villas in France
Villas in France
Looking for a beautiful villa in France? France is one of the most important tourist destinations worldwide, so accommodation choices are also very wide. If you are looking for an urban destination where you can enjoy cultural attractions, you will find many villas in the main cities of the country, such as Lyon, Paris, Marseille, Nice, Lille, Montpellier, Nantes, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Strasbourg or Nimes. If you are traveling as a family and you want children to have a great time, you will find several theme parks in very interesting cities that also offer fun for adults. Some of the best are Les Machines de l’Îlle in Nantes, the Astérix park in Picardy, the Petit Prince in Alsace, Puy du Fou in les Epesses and Eurodisney in Paris. But if you are looking for dream beaches where you can sunbathe and relax, nothing better than renting a villa in the coastal cities of Corsica, Brittany or Pays Basque. And if you want to experience some adventures in nature or practice winter sports, you can rent a villa in the Alps, the Pyrenees or Auvergne.Charming villas in fairytale surroundings
If you are looking to enjoy a quiet holiday with your family or with a group of friends, France offers you great villas to choose from. Find them on our website and choose the one that suits your holiday needs. Located next to the most beautiful natural sites in the country, such as the Écrins Natural Park or the Normandie-Maine most villas feature private gardens, spacious rooms, lovely fireplaces and cosy lounges. You can choose between villas of different styles and déco like cosy wooden ones in the mountains, traditional architecture typical of each area or even luxury ones with a stately or more modern style in the centre of large cities. What are you waiting for to book your villa in France?
Travellers and activities
France is one of those countries that, no matter how much you travel, you never finish visiting. With countless cities full of history, fairytale villages, incredible landscapes, picture-perfect beaches and a monumental wealth surpassed by very few countries. If you decide to rent a villa in France for your next getaway and you are a great lover of art and history, you can not miss the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Cité de Carcassonne, Saint Michel, the Palace of Versailles , Millau viaduct, Chartres Cathedral, Fort Boyard, Louvre Museum, Roman remains of Arles and Chambord Castle. But the truth is that the list is endless. Explore France and enjoy your visit!France for food lovers
France is not just worldwide known for its history, culture and beaches but its gastronomy. French cuisine has been declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2010. The star of the show is the French cheese, with more than 1,200 varieties. Cheese’s best partner is the fabulous wine produced in the country. You can't think of France without thinking about its wine tradition. Its climatic and geographical diversity allows a rich variety of wines with designation of origin, ranging from Bordeaux to Burgundy. The southern part of the country, bathed by the Mediterranean, is an important influence for its gastronomy. Enjoy lavish menus and try some coq au vin, cassoulets, chocolate soufflé, flamiche or confit de canard. Raise your taste buds and indulge yourself.
Did you know France it’s almost a fifth of the EU’s total area and it is known as the “hexagon”, due to its six-sided shape?
Top 7 travel tips in France
Spend some time in Paris visiting the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower. Wander the streets of the famous neighborhoods of Montmartre and the Latin Quarter and cruise the Seine on a Bateaux Mouche to enjoy a romantic evening in the city of lights. Discover one of the European cities considered a global centre for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture.2. Lyon: French city of silk
Lyon, third city in France by number of inhabitants, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has an architectural legacy of great relevance, which is worth seeing. To do this, it is enough to get lost in the city to find buildings the size of the Cathedral of San Juan or the City Hall Palace. Discover the history of the city and visit the Roman Amphitheatre des Trois Gaules and Renaissance architecture in Vieux Lyon, the old part of town.3. Enjoy the French Riviera
The French Riviera, Côte d’Azur in French, was the preferred destination for the French nobility and bourgeoisie. Nowadays the place of residence of important celebrities. Stroll along the beautiful beaches of its coastal resorts, such as Cannes or Saint Tropez, and enjoy the charm of its promenades, the glamourous atmosphere, high end shopping and excellent cuisine.4. The medieval city of Carcassonne
The city is known for its famous medieval ramparts and it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. During your visit to Carcassonne do not forget to include the Basilica of Saint-Nazaire and the castle of the city, while strolling along its medieval streets. Browse the independent boutiques, the arts and craft shops and the markets plenty of stalls selling local fresh produce and exclusive products of the region.5. Monaco, glamour and luxury
Although Monaco does not belong to France, it is worth taking a break to visit the most glamorous principality in the world. The size of Monaco equates to half of New York’s Central Park. This tiny principality houses 500 Michelin stars and numerous casinos, exclusive hotels and worldwide renowned events gathering a large number of celebrities and royals.6. Marseille, the capital of culture
A visit to the capital of culture is a must if you are in France. In Marseille you can admire contemporary art in the Civilisations de l'Europe, visit Notre-Dame de la Garde, the Vieux Port, the Palais Longchamp and enjoy a great evening at Punta Rosa Beach. Discover the glamorous atmosphere that draws in celebrities during the F1 championship of Monaco and the legendary Cannes Festival. Relax at the wonderful beaches and indulge yourself with some of the best recipes of the French cuisine washed down with unique wines.7. Bordeaux, the paradise of wine
A visit to Bordeaux is a great pleasure for every wine lover and history or culture buff. Bordeaux offers a great shopping area and a fantastic cultural and historic scene; and beautiful Gothic and Neo-classical buildings like its famous cathedral. Go for a wine tour and taste the best varieties of Merlot, Cabernet and Sauvignon. After the cultural visits and the gastronomy of the area, enjoy a lovely time at the beach.