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When you rent a holiday home in the Rhône Alpes, you find yourself in one of the most fragrant and colourful parts of France. Sprawling vineyards and lavender fields are interspersed with picturesque villages and towns. The natural beauty here is tremendous. To the east are the white peaks of the Alps, while inland the rolling landscape is full of lakes and rivers. In summer, these are perfect hiking areas, and in winter you can access a myriad of winter sports from your holiday home in the Rhône Alpes.

Enjoy nature from your holiday home in the Rhône Alpes

The Loire, Rhône and Ain departments in the north-east of the Rhône Alpes are known for their natural beauty. These areas are named after the rivers flowing through them, with the longest river in France being the Loire. The landscape here is hilly with wooded slopes and green valleys. The Rhône is famous for its wines! Here, you will come across the Rhône Valley wine regions (home to Côtes du Rhône and Costières de Nîmesen Ventoux wine), and the famous Beaujolais (for Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages wines). For the wine lover, this region is a must. Drive the wine route here and discover the quaint yellow ochre villages, castles and churches. The area is also known for its architecture, various museums and of course the city of Lyon. This city, where gastronomy is very important, is really worth a visit! Visit the old part of town, with its cathedral, basilica and town hall, or one of the other historic buildings. The Dombes ponds, in Ain, are a true fishing paradise. Pilat, a wooded regional natural park, is also worth a visit. Discover this beautiful region from your holiday home in the Rhône Alpes!

Ardèche and Drôme, two popular regions in the south

Book a holiday home in the Rhône Alpes for a wonderful French holiday. The perfect combination of nature and culture has made Ardèche and Drôme in the south of the Rhône Alpes extremely popular with tourists. The rivers bearing the same name and their nearby lakes provide plenty of water fun and sports. Impressive gorges have formed here, such as the famous Gorges l'Ardèche. A good starting point for a canoe or hiking trip through this gorge is the natural rock bridge in Vallon Pont d'Arc. The south of the Rhône Alpes has even more to offer. Enjoy the view across the lavender fields, visit the stalactite caves or stroll through one of the many Provençal markets. Interesting cities for a day out are Montélimar, also called the "capital of nougat". And Valence with its famous cathedral and beautiful marina. A great family excursion is a visit to the crocodile farm or one of the other zoos and amusement parks. Not surprising that this region is so popular: there is something for everyone to do from a holiday home in the Rhône Alpes!

Discover the varied landscape while on holiday in Rhône Alpes

You will be stunned by the wide-ranging natural beauty from your self-catering accommodation in the Rhône Alpes .The Isère region runs from the Rhone valley in the centre of the Rhone Alpes through to the high peaks of the Alps in the east. This contrasting area boasts a rich history and huge cultural heritage. Visit the Roman town of Vienne here, with its museums, ancient ruins and architectural monuments. Grenoble, 'capital of the Alps' is also well worth a visit. Stroll through the narrow streets of this university town and admire its historic monuments and elegant town houses. The cable car provides a great view over the city to the mountains. The kids will certainly enjoy a day out at Walibi in Les Avenières. Walking, cycling or swimming, you can do it all in the Isère. And then you can relax while visiting one of the spas in this region. Reason enough to rent a holiday home in the Rhône Alpes.

Impressive views from your holiday home in the Rhône Alpes

In the north-east of the Rhône Alpes are Savoie and Haute Savoie. Two beautiful areas in the northern Alps, with a wide range of natural beauty. Here you will come across high mountains, deep forests, Alpine meadows, lakes and rivers. You can enjoy this wonderful nature to the fullest by walking or riding a bike. For the more active athlete, mountaineering and rafting are on offer. Every year in July, the Tour de France passes by here, most impressive to watch. Several beautiful routes, such as the Napoleon and Grandes Alpes routes, will lead you through the mountainous landscape, past Romanesque villages, castle ruins and historic sites. Don't miss out on a trip through the varied landscape during your stay in a holiday home in the Rhône Alpes.

Winter sports in the Rhône Alpes

The French Alps are, of course, the winter sports region of France! For information about the ski areas and resorts, as well as our range of holiday homes for winter sports in the French Alps, please refer to our Winter Sports Information France.

A wide range of holiday homes in the Rhône Alpes

Would you like to enjoy this beautiful region, too? Then rent a holiday home in the Rhône Alpes now. The choice ranges from charming chalets at the foot of Mont Blanc to Provençal villas with private swimming pool. Whether you go with your family or in a group, there is a holiday home in the Rhône Alpes suitable for everyone.

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Holiday in Rhône Alpes - FAQs

How many Belvilla houses can I choose from in Rhône Alpes?

There are 800+ Belvilla houses in the Rhône Alpes.

What are the most important places to visit in Rhône Alpes?

The most important places to visit in Rhône Alpes are Val Thorens, Alpe d’Huez, Lyon, and Chamonix.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Rhône Alpes?

Some of the must-do activities in Rhône Alpes are

  • Mountaineering
  • Rafting
  • Skiing
  • Cycling
  • Walking tours
What are the recommended dishes in Rhône Alpes?

Some of the recommended dishes in Rhône Alpes are Chambéry, Vichyssoise, Cuisses de Grenouilles, and Pogne de Romans.

When is the ideal time to visit Rhône Alpes?

The months from May to October are the best to visit Rhône Alpes.


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