Popular Lettings in Ile de France
Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Ile de France
Holiday Rentals & Lettings where Pets Allowed
Holiday Rentals & Lettings with Pool
Holiday Rentals & Lettings with Internet
Highlights in Ile de France
- Château de Versailles
- romantic weekend in Paris
- forest hike in Fontainebleau
- visit Disneyland Paris
- Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte
Most popular in Ile de France
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Ile de France
The Ile de France is not only Paris, but it is unthinkable not to discover the city of light during a stay in the region. Holiday rentals located in the historic heart of the city, on both sides of the Seine, to contemplate the capital's nourishing river, as well as its most beautiful monuments. Further north, the rentals in the heart of the Butte Montmartre seem to be an ideal option to discover the secular culture of Paris. The wide open spaces of the south of the city are ideal for those who wish to have a car park, in order to discover all the riches of the Île de France by car... At the end of the Lutetian turmoil, holiday rentals await the exhausted traveller in the heart of greenery, near the great southern forests. In the Versailles region, the calm of the rentals with their gardens makes it possible to appreciate what the royal city was like at the time of its splendourHoliday rentals for all tastes in Ile de France
The region offers a wide variety of accommodation depending on the location, but most have superb terraces for a crescent orange juice in the morning. The Haussmann-style buildings in central Paris are a classic, and the further away from Paris, the more modern the rentals are, and equipped with parking spaces.
Holidays in Ile de France
Location and orientation
Paris is undoubtedly the flagship destination of the Île de France. The French capital is an open-air museum that will delight art and heritage lovers. Along the Seine from east to west, some of the world's richest museums face each other and compete in ingenuity to satisfy visitors passing through. From the Institut du monde arabe to the Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame de Paris and the Musée d'Orsay, we no longer know where to turn our heads. On the left bank, the bourgeois Paris conceals some of the capital's most beautiful monuments. The National Library of France, the Great Mosque of Paris and, of course, the Eiffel Tower, are all essential stops for lovers of the capital. On the right bank, it is the historical charm of the capital that is revealed through the gentle way of life of the Butte Montmartre, the nightlife of Pigalle and the cultural richness of the Marais. A city whose secrets are impossible to know.The Ile de France, a land of nature and culture
While Paris attracts the most visitors, the entire Île de France is adorned with priceless jewels that deserve to be remembered. To the west of the capital, wide open spaces shelter essential French heritage sites. Thus, the Château de Versailles and the Forêt domaniale de Saint-Germain-en-Laye are mandatory stops on the way to discover the beauty of the Ile-de-France region. The Basilica of Saint-Denis, tomb of the kings of France, located north of Paris, as well as the forest of Fontainebleau and the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte are all essential places of French heritage.
Travellers and activities
Paris and its region symbolize French romanticism throughout the world. A romantic getaway in Ile de France will start with a walk along the banks of the Seine in Paris, to enjoy the architectural wonders of the capital. Then head north of the city, to discover the Butte Montmartre and its Museum of Romantic Life, its "I love you" Wall and its breathtaking view of all Paris from the Sacré-Coeur. An impromptu picnic at Bois de Vincennes and a visit to the sumptuous Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye will add a touch of nature to this romantic tour, which will naturally end at the top of the Eiffel Tower.Ile de France for families
Children cannot get tired of all that the Paris region has to offer them. Starting a family stay with a few days at Disneyland will allow you to satisfy the excitement of young and old to discover the most magical rides in the park. A family lunch in Buttes-Chaumont will conclude this enchanting visit with a detour to the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie de la Villette, and its many exhibitions for children. A holiday that will certainly pass at the speed of light.
If Lyon was the capital of the Gauls, the Paris region has always been the fiefdom of choice of the French monarchy. The castles of Versailles and Fontainebleau, as well as the Louvre and Tuileries Palaces, have all been the main residences of some of France's greatest kings.
Top 5 things to do in Ile de France
An enchanting event, the Christmas parade that takes place throughout the month of December is a must in the life of the Ile-de-France region. Parades, shows and concerts will bring together children's favourite characters in the heart of winter.2. Discover the catacombs of Paris
This municipal ossuary, built in the maze of the capital's underground quarries, has been attracting visitors from all over the world for more than two centuries. Throughout the kilometres of galleries that make up this very special museum, thousands of bones are piled up and give a strange atmosphere to the place. Thrills guaranteed.3. Taste the local cuisine
Lyon claims to be the gastronomic capital of France, but the Ile de France has not yet had its last word. Between typical Parisian breweries, modern canteens and shaded terraces of the guinguettes on the banks of the Marne, Ile-de-France cuisine awaits curious visitors. On the menu: refined dishes and world cuisine, exceptional pastries and delicatessens, but also covered markets and local beers. A delight for the eyes and taste buds.4. Enjoy the Ile de France in August
Although the region is one of the world's leading tourist destinations, it empties of a large part of its inhabitants in August. The ideal opportunity to travel more easily than usual and not to queue in all the points of interest in the Paris region.5. Attend the Grandes Eaux Musicales of the Château de Versailles.
In the heart of the superb royal gardens, the magical spectacle of the Grandes Eaux, combining light, classical music and water shows, allows you to discover this French heritage monument in a new light.