Holiday Homes & Rentals in French Alps

Holiday Homes & Rentals in French Alps

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Highlights in French Alps

  • Mighty French mountain range
  • Mont Blanc
  • Spa days in the snow
  • Splendid lakes
  • Unique ski experiences
  • Excellent transport methods
  • French dishes with an Alps touch

Best Holiday Homes & Rentals in French Alps

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Gîte for 2 People in Drôme, Die Region
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Drôme, Die Region
Gîte • 31 m² • 1 Bedroom
8.3
(18 reviews)
Ground floor: kitchen/living room (sofa bed). 1st floor: open-plan bedroom (double bed), shower room. Shared shady garden. Separate entrance, private terrace. Gîtes des Revoux in restored traditional farmhouse in outstanding setting, surrounded by meadows, with mountain views. Remote setting above little road overlooking lovely Vernaison valley. Ideal for those seeking peace and quiet in the great outdoors.
from €62 / night
Holiday Home for 3 People in Passy, Western Alps
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Passy, Western Alps
Holiday Home • 18 m² • 3 People
Camping de L'écureuil is located in Sallanches, in the heart of the Mont Blanc region, an ideal place to discover the mountains and enjoy a wide range of activities. All the resorts are about twenty kilometres from your campsite: Megève, Chamonix, Saint Gervais...On site, there is a petanque pitch, beach volleyball court, children's play area and mini-golf. A lake is just 5 minutes' walk from your campsite! It offers a range of entertainment options: swimming, walking, tree climbing, water games, etc. As far as service is concerned, the Restaurant l'écureuil welcomes you for meals with frie...
from €43 / night
Holiday Rental for 2 People in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, Western Alps
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Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, Western Alps
Holiday Rental • 25 m² • 1 Bedroom
8.0
(3 reviews)
1-room terraced house 25 m2 on 2 levels. Living/dining room. Exit to the balcony. Kitchenette (mini-oven, 2 ceramic glass hob hotplates, kettle, microwave, electric coffee machine). Shower/WC. Upper floor: (steep stair) gallery, ceiling height 150 - 215 cm with 1 french bed (160 cm, length 190 cm), TV. Electric heating. Small balcony, south facing position and south-west facing position. Facilities: Internet (WiFi, extra). Reserved parking space n P (roofed). Please note: parking space for small car only. 1 pet/ dog allowed. Smoke alarm. Instead of an enclosed bedroom, some sleeping areas a...
from €70 / night

Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices French Alps

€200for 27 Apr - 4 May
€232 annual average
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Current holiday letting availability French Alps

43%for 27 Apr - 4 May
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Holiday homes and rentals in the French Alps

Out of this world holiday homes located all over the snowy mountains

Nestled beneath the stunning snow-capped mountains in Romeyer, surrounded by lush trees in Gresse-en-Vercors or located on the shores of a canal in Annecy-le-Vieux, the wonderful holiday homes and rentals that Holidu presents in the French Alps will be the final boost of confidence you'll need to book that fabulous holiday once and for all. Offering numerous options across the length and breadth of this region, holidaymakers will have the opportunity to decide whether they want to experience a relaxing break surrounded by the most beautiful natural spaces or an action-packed getaway in the most popular settlements across the area. Enjoy the relaxation or the adrenaline that the French Alps have to offer by choosing one of Holidu's lodgement options this season!

Impressive holiday home options with every amenity you can think of

Besides giving you the possibility to live endless experiences every day, Holidu's rentals and homes will also make sure to provide you with the utmost comfort while you are on holiday. With a capacity of up to 14 people, these will be the best options to choose when you are planning a break with family, partner or friends, ensuring great rooms and spaces for everyone. Likewise, if you have specific experiences you wish to fulfil, these residences will have all the necessary amenities available, featuring impressive swimming pools, luxurious saunas and even soothing hot tubs that travellers will never get bored with. Satisfy all your desires while enjoying your stay in the French Alps thanks to the homes and rentals that Holidu has for you.

Holidays in French Alps

The area and getting around

The imposing Mont Blanc, a showstopper of the French Alps

Boasting an impressive height of 15775 feet, Mont Blanc is the tallest elevation that tourists will find in the entire territory of the European Union. Considered as an iconic landmark of the country, this is one of the first places that travellers in the French Alps region set out to explore. Presenting a myriad of attractions and activities, holidaymakers will have a list of experiences from which to choose. Those options that are most acclaimed by residents include ski resorts, the Vallot Observatory and the mountain's cable car, but alternatives such as guided expeditions, glaciers and paragliding sessions are also fabulous choices that ensure satisfying experiences. Put Mont Blanc on your to-visit list and have endless activities available for your French holiday.

Annecy, a settlement that looks taken from a fairy tale

Enjoying the grandiose view of Mont Blanc in the distance, Annecy is another of the wonders of the French Alps that you can't miss during your stay. Presenting all the best experiences France has to offer in one place, Annecy will truly feel like a destination out of a fairytale, with beautiful canals connecting to a turquoise lake, colourful houses decorating every street and lush nature all around. Spend fabulous days splashing around the shores of Lac d'Annecy, enjoying the magnificent architecture and mingling with the friendly local community by visiting this wonderful commune during your stay in the French Alps.

Travellers and activities

French Alps for lake enthusiasts

Adding a different habitat to the list of natural wonders that the French Alps have to offer, the region's lakes will be fantastic attractions worth visiting. Filled with beauty and bursting with fun activities, these French spots will ensure tourists a delightful holiday filled with water and sunshine, where everyone can decide whether to spend their time relaxing by the shore or whether to delve into the depths of their waters for an action-packed adventure. Presenting enchanting glimpses of life in the countryside and accompanied by magnificent scenery, these fantastic bodies of water are sure to be the perfect spots for fulfilling experiences. Known as the largest natural lake of glacial origin in France, Lake Le Bourget is an excellent choice available, offering numerous outdoor activities and adjacent attractions to keep you entertained. Another perfect alternative is Lake Geneva, best known for sharing its waters with the beautiful nation of Switzerland and offering luxurious seaside resorts on its shores. Ready to meet your wants and needs, the lakes in the French Alps will be enigmatic attractions in the region that will never disappoint!

French Alps for wellness lovers

Taking those days of relaxation to a whole new level, spas and thermal stations in the Alpine region will be fabulous spots that every relaxation-focused holidaymaker will be more than willing to visit. Featuring a range of treatments, therapies and massages, travellers will be able to get rid of any discomfort or ailments that are haunting them on their holiday and indulge in the enjoyment of their holiday fully. In addition, visitors will also be able to enjoy the multiple amenities of the resorts, ranging from warm pools to magnificent aromatherapy rooms which will enhance their stay undoubtedly. The best options in the region featuring the aforementioned aspects are Centre Spa Ô des Lauzes and Le Grand Spa Thermal, both of which will ensure satisfying experiences no matter what your needs or desires. Cast off any worries and welcome a dream holiday with open arms as you explore the spas and wellness centres that the French Alps have in store for you.

Besides being one of France's greatest attractions, the Alps are the number one provider of water in the country, distributing to approximately 90% of the population on the lowlands of Europe.

Top 5 travel tips in French Alps

1. Glide high through the snowy Alps with La Tyrolienne

Measuring approximately one mile long and providing guests with one minute and 45 seconds of pure adrenaline, La Tyrolienne de Val Thorens ski resort will be one of the thrilling attractions that the snow-capped mountains of the Alps have to offer this season. Located on one of the highest mountains in the entire resort, La Tyrolienne can be found at an altitude of 10,600 feet, allowing guests to glide in heights of approximately 820 feet where they can admire the breathtaking mountain scenery of the Northern Alps. Feel like a bird of prey soaring through the air, as you ride the world's highest zip-line during your stay in the French nation.

2. Explore a grand region of the Alps with Route Napoléon

Reaching historic landmarks, beautiful countryside and popular settlements, the Route Napoléon will be a breathtaking adventure you won't be able to refuse. The grandiose route is so named because the starting point, better known as the barren plateau of Matésine, served as a war zone for the revolutionaries in 1815. However, the trail extends much further after this point, covering multiple destinations such as the town of Corps and Church of Notre-Dame de la Salette that will satisfy all the tourist cravings your group of companions may have. Explore the Alps through a car trail with the Route Napoléon and get to know great areas of your holiday destination this season.

3. Have a ski session out of the ordinary with Les Aigles du Léman

If a ski session isn't entertaining enough for you, the French Alps go the extra mile and offer you a one-of-a-kind experience. Mixing the region's most popular winter sport with its fabulous wildlife, Les Aigles du Léman comes to your holiday to leave an indelible mark. Accompanied by experienced guides, this recreational company offers a ski season in the company of birds of prey, enabling travellers to glide through the cold snow while an eagle or hawk flies along with them. Presenting a unique and ostentatious adventure, Les Aigles du Léman is available in the French Alps to take your holiday to a new level!

4. Take advantage of the Alps' transport mediums

Using ingenious methods to traverse the towering mountains of the French Alps, the region's means of transport will be wonderful tools that every holidaymaker should take advantage of. Reaching impressive altitudes, the Aiguille du Midi is one of the most popular options available in the area, helping visitors to reach the great peaks of Mont Blanc on which to tour. Another fascinating method is the Funiculaire de Thonon-Les-Bains, which through systems of cables and chains can reach various points of the settlements in the mountain range. Finally, tourists can use the Tramway du Mont-Blanc, with which they can reach heights of 7,782 ft above sea level to explore the surrounding areas. Visit multiple points in the Alps to make the most of your holiday by taking advantage of the region's transport mediums.

5. Enjoy a taste of France's cuisine in the Alps region

Turning French cuisine into a superb experience, the dishes of the Alps will be flavourful journeys that every holidaymaker should add to their stay daily. Using traditional techniques to create dishes with innovative and bold flavours, every diner will have an option that perfectly satisfies clients’ preferences, delighting those who like strong flavours and those who are picky eaters. While in the high altitudes of the Alps some of our top recommendations are Berry tarts, Raclette, Boite Chaude and Diots as well as local honey, wild fruits and mountain butter. Complement your days in the snowy mountains with the perfect dishes by sampling the cuisine of the French Alps this holiday season.

FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in French Alps

How much do the holiday homes in the French Alps cost on average?

According to last year's data, a year which was marked by COVID-19, the French Alps is the most exclusive region in France, with an average price of €183.54 per night.

Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?

Those who want to be budget-friendly should travel to the French Alps in October, September, and November the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of €174.96, €175.66, and €176.13 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.

In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday home in the French Alps?

It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2020, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of February (€205.37), March (€192.69), and December (€191.14).

Should I plan a trip to the French Alps well in advance?

If you decide to discover the French Alps, we suggest organising your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 59% in the year 2020.

What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?

The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in the French Alps are June (the average amount of properties that are free reached 52% of the total in 2020), May (48.6%), and December (47.33%).

Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?

Holiday rentals in the French Alps reach their peak in demand in February, with an availability rate of 21.4%. The second most requested month is August, with 33.4%, and the third is January with 38%.

Are there many holiday rentals in the French Alps?

We have collected the offers from 78 different providers in the French Alps, so we can offer you around 37000 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing your favourite!

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