Holiday Homes in Aquitaine
Aquitaine enjoys a gentle and sunny climate, making it one of the most sought-after regions in France. With its sweeping landscapes across the Dordogne Valley or through the Pyrenees, its dramatic Atlantic coastline and is world-renowned vineyards, Aquitaine is a perfect holiday destination.
Self-catering holiday in Aquitaine
Dordogne, Les Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, Atlantic Pyrenees and Gironde are the five departments that make up the region of Aquitaine. Due to the variety of this wonderful area, everyone can find their perfect location and have the holiday of their choice. When you rent a holiday home in Aquitaine, you can enjoy memorable hiking trips into the Pyrenees National Park or into the Landes National Park.
The Aquitaine coastline is the ideal destination for those lovers of sand, sea and surf, great for those holidaymakers who want to spend hours taking part in water sports. For those who enjoy discovering and sampling the best wines in the world, why not consider booking an apartment or house in the Bordeaux region? Also an important arts and historical centre, the capital of Aquitaine welcomes more than two million visitors every year. Aquitaine is also proud to be the home of many of the most beautiful and picturesque villages in France, such as La Roque-Gageac on the banks of the Dordogne river.
Leisure Activities in Aquitaine
There is a wide range of leisure activities available in Aquitaine that you can enjoy when you book a holiday home in this popular region of France. Do you fancy exploring the delights of Perigord but not behind the wheel of a car? Why not try exploring on horseback through the Perigord-Limousin Nature Park? Or maybe check out the Medoc vineyards by taking a half-day or full- day boat trip on the Garonne river? Maybe you prefer more exhilarating pursuits? Try the hot surf spots in Hossegor, Seignosse or Capbreton in Les Landes.
Book a holiday home in Aquitaine
In Aquitaine, you can trace your steps back to the first days of our ancestors. One of the most famous caves dates form the Paleolithic period, the Lascaux cave is situated in the Vezere valley and is approx 40 kms from Perigueux. In the 9th century, a pilgrimage took place across Aquitaine reaching St Jacques de Compostelle, something which is still very popular these days too. Visit the monuments built along the pilgrimage route, such as the Bazas cathedral and the Sauve Majeure abbey which is amongst the UNESCO world heritage sites. There are also many protected areas in Biarritz, so that much of its architectural heritage and original countryside has been preserved. Rent a holiday apartment with Interhome in Aquitaine and make the most of visiting some of these fascinating sights.
Dive into history, discover times gone by and take the time to visit some of the most fascinating locations in this wonderful region of France.