Popular Lettings in South-west France
Highlights in South-west France
- Miles of Sandy Beaches
- Beautiful village of Ploumanac'h'
- Pyrenees National Park
Most popular in South-west France
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in South West France
What comes into your mind when you think of a holiday house? Especially in South West France, which is a hub of adventures. Is it a quiet house away from the masses or one with a private pool? Often travellers love to rent by the seaside to experience the mild sea breeze climate and sandy beaches. You can find cosy holiday lettings near or along the coast of Corbara. You may also love to rent near the splendid vineyards of Bergerac, Northwest of Eymet.Beautiful holiday rentals for everyone
You will be reminded of the authenticity and design of these holiday rentals within every moment that you spend in South West France as they boast excellent features and flawless French architecture. Whatever your style is, the holiday rentals are spacious, pet-friendly and fenced around. Some buildings are wooden, made with sand rocks and modern designs. The furniture is sleek and of good quality accented with fresh roses and all sorts of carvings and paintings.
Holidays in South West France
The area and getting around
You'll find this beautiful French holiday gem at the Atlantic corner waiting to quench your curiosity about France. This tremendous region spreads from La Rochelle port city to the wondrous Pyrenees Mountains near the Spanish border. Besides, it has a lot of sceneries, fun activities and well-preserved historical sites to discover. Further, you'll find sandy and sunny beaches, first-class wineries and also get an opportunity to learn about the glamorous French culture.The Pink Granite Coast
Beautiful sceneries will make your holiday to France become the dreamiest of all in your life. From the warm coastal climate, crystal clear sea and pink rocks, to golden sands and wildflowers, South West France has much more to explore. Côte de Granit Rose or the Pink Granite Coast are the most breath-taking destinations. Can you imagine taking a lazy walk on a rose-tinted coastline? Sounds like a fairy tale, right? Well, this sparkling pink beach is real and exists in the North of Brittany and it is 30 kilometres long. The best way to explore the beach is through the beautiful village of Ploumanac'h.
Travellers and activities
Getting a perfect family-friendly holiday destination is a headache for most parents or guardians. You worry whether there is enough sunshine, is it safe and secure, or is it fun for both adults and young ones? Also, you want something that will not drain your pockets while on the move. South West France is an ideal place for family adventures. A place like Sarlat-la-Canéda, a popular city in the region, is great for walks especially with a tour guide to show you around. The sandstone buildings make this city outstanding as it also gives a great learning experience for the kids. Sarlat Market is great for shopping as you and your family can enjoy French delicacies like Foie gras, salads, and meat.South West France for couples
France comes as one of the first thoughts when couples contemplate on a honeymoon destination. Or is it a baby moon, or celebrating years of staying in love? In South-West France, there are a wide range of choices of activities to enjoy with your significant other. From breath-taking coastlines to surfing together, this region has it all put together. A destination like Cordouan Lighthouse is a perfect romantic getaway for lovers. The masterpiece still functions since the 17th century. Spice it up by living like locals in Saint Tropez village in Contignac and sleep among the vineyards as you do wine tasting in the market days. There are great resorts for a romantic dinner where you can indulge in South West cuisines.
Bordeaux, the largest wine producer, was once 'sleeping beauty' because pollution turned the wall black.
Top 5 travel tips in South West France
Don't stress over the mastery of fluent French, several polite words are good for a start. For example Bonjour, Bonsoir, Madame, Mademoiselle and Monsieur. Most travellers say 's' il vous plait' works better after you order at a resort.2.Spend quality time in Sarlat-La-Caneda
It's an attractive region filled with stunning farmlands, medieval towns and vineyards. Here, you'll have an opportunity to explore the beautiful sandstone buildings, narrow alleyways, bustling squares as well as gorgeous chateaus like Castelnaud and Chateau Beynac.3. Be active and adventurous
Why lock yourself in your holiday rental while you can explore wonderful medieval cities like Bordeaux. Parking slots are mostly available and you can grab a quick breakfast in food kiosks like the ones along the coastlines.4. Take a tour to Saint Emilion
It's an old town with cobbled streets, monasteries and ancient buildings worth exploring. You can take a wine tour to the local vineyards and wineries as you enjoy your holidays. You can also opt to take an underground tour to the Trinity Chapel and explore its attractive paintings as you learn about the amazing monolithic church.5. Visit Pyrenees National Park.
Pyrenees National Park covers over 200,000 acres and it is an incredible spot for wildlife and scenery viewing. Have you thought about photos in the natural parkland? That would some justice to your Instagram account.