RENT A HOME IN FRANCE : Find a villa rental, home rental, gite, cottage in France…

Home and villa rental in France : Rent a house, farmhouse, apartment, cottage or gite rural in France

Rent a lodging in France

In France, you could rent many self-catering accomodation such as home, villa, cottage, farmhouse or apartment in the big cities.

In the countryard

Self catering accomodation rental in the french countryard are usually known as « gites » or « gites ruraux ».

They are usually cottages or homes, rented on a weekly basis.
In the city

It is more usual to find apartments for rent in big french towns, especially in Paris.

These studios or apartments could be rented for a night or longer (week, month, year…).

CAMPING AND CARAVANING IN FRANCE : Find a camping, caravaning in France…

Travel France (Europe) : France vacation, holidays, camping, caravaning

Camp grounds are easy to find in France

Camping is very common in France, so you could find camp sites in almost every village and in the countryside, beaches, mountains…

Most campsite have places not just for tents but also for camper vans and caravans also. I is sometimes possible to rent a caravan or chalet bungalows in some big camp sites.

Amenities in french camp sites

The quality could widely vary but usually, this kind of accomodation is standardised. Camp grounds in France are usually rated considering their level of comfort and amenities in 4 categories from 1 to 4 stars.

If almost all campsites have shower/toilet blocks, many of them (usually 3 and 4 stars) have sophisticated facilities such as swimming pool, laundry with washing machines, shop, bicycle hire and sports facilities. Some feature also retaurants, Internet cafes or doctors on-site !
Camping in France, how much does it cost ?

Usually, the price for one day range from 15€ to 40€.

The french holiday season (July and August) is usually the most expensive.

Camping and caravaning out of campgrounds?

Officially, camping on public land is forbidden, while it is widely practised by the french people…