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Whether you're looking for vacation rentals in Paris, France, or in any other part of the country, you're in good hands here.

Great dining, architecture, castles, and coastline are found all over France. Just try to match up a first-class France vacation rental to ensure your complete trip satisfaction.

France Cuisine

France’s reputation for wonderful food and wine is recognized the world over. Really, the various regions of France do not generally have only one specialty; rather, it’s the available variety that is exciting. Try some boeuf bourguignon, coq au vin, or Dijon mustard in Burgundy, while tasting Pommard, Chablis, or Chamberlain wines. The Rhône-Alpes region is known for its famous restaurants and chefs creating Bresse chicken, serving Beaujolais wine, and cheese produced locally. Comté cheese and Jura wines are popular in Franche-Comté. Savor the fresh fish, cream, duck, and Camenbert cheese of Normandy. Enjoy! But thanks to France vacation rentals, on those nights when you don't want to spend lots of money dining out, you don't have to! The vast majority of vacation rentals in France feature kitchens.

France Vacation Spots

Alsace is a northeastern region of France noted for its excellent regional foods and wine, with beautiful vistas and half-timbered houses. The ancient and modern blend nicely in Strasbourg, Alsace’s capital, where the Grande Ile and an assortment of architecture invite vacationers. Lorraine provides a lovely holiday/vacation setting, from friendly towns to vast verdant fields, to health spas, to water sports. Find leisure in Champagne-Ardenne, with horseback riding, golf, and water sports, and a wealth of fascinating churches and homes. Natural variety defines Nord-Pas-de-Calais, with forest, coastline, and countryside; it is also a land of history and festivals. Gothic cathedrals are standout in Picardy, and UNESCO has cited its capital city of Amiens for first-rate architecture.

Paris brims with sightseeing opportunities, from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame Cathedral. The museums are not to be missed, either: a very well-known one is the Louvre. Discover luxury fashion here, and the nightlife is animated with bars and cabarets aplenty. Normandy is infamous for the World War II D-Day invasion; today it is peaceful with resorts along the coast and forested countryside. Think coastal activities when you consider Brittany; you’ll find surfing, sand yachting, and rowing, and the UNESCO city of Mont Saint-Michel. Look for chateaus of royalty and nobility, mansions, and abbeys in Pays-de-la-Loire, and don't overlook the beaches either. Centre-Val-de-Loire mainly consists of the Loire Valley, with its own natural appeal and history in the numerous chateaus. Vacation rentals in Paris, France are your best introduction to the enchanting City of Lights.

Tour Burgundy via hot-air balloon and sample famous wines, and enjoy the Christian heritage in Vézeley with the Ste-Madeleine Basilica. Get away to Franche-Comté, abounding in forests, rivers, and waterfalls, and attractive chameleon-like scenery. Poitou-Charentes is a nature-lover area, complete with sun, sand, pine trees, valleys, and vineyards. Take in the array of landscapes, and local festivals in Limousin. Through centuries of living dating back to the Celts, Auvergne contains awe-inspiring architecture and is ready for outdoor fun. Lyon is distinguished as a UNESCO World Heritage City, with Vieux (Old) Lyon having the most Renaissance buildings in Europe. Between the two major rivers of Lyon lies a fashionable shopping district, and don’t miss the building frescoes.

Bordeaux’s surroundings are the vineyards that produce world-famous wines. Check out the Musee d’Aquitaine, documenting millennia of history and ethnic makeup. Golf is very popular in Bordeaux, as well as seeing the artifacts and architecture. The Midi-Pyrénées region stretches from hills to mountains and offers a wealth of history and agriculture in its towns and villages. Languedoc-Rousillon historically spans a huge amount of time – from the oldest known European skull to 18th century mansions and much more. Provence-Alps-Côte-d’Azur is home to the popular French cities of Marseille and Nice. This very Mediterranean area along the coast shows off the tourist-laden French Riviera, and gorgeous Alpine coolness. Corsica is a spectacularly beautiful island of trees, mountains, and 600 miles of coastline, with a wide diversity of culture.

Why France vacation rentals, and not hotels?

Vacation rentals in France are not only more beautiful, unique, memorable, cozy, and spacious, than hotels, but they are often much more economical! A France vacation rental can accommodate a lot more people, for a longer period of time, for less! It's not a stretch to say that cheap vacation rentals in France are hardly few and far between; by design, a vacation home in France offers up tremendous value.

So don't waste money and instead turn to cheap vacation rentals in France! 

Sites and tours to see

The Eiffel Tower in Paris
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Arc de Triomphe in Paris
Sacré Couer in Paris
The Louvre in Paris
Chateau de Versailles
World War II Memorial in Colleville-sur Mer
Champagne vineyards cellars
Mont Blanc in Northern Alps
Chagall’s Biblical Message Museum in Cimiez
William the Conqueror’s birthplace at Falaise
Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny
Mont Saint Michel