Chambre d'hôte France

Chambre d'hôte France

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Chambre d'hote France

Do you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the cities for a while? What do you think about spending your holiday in the heart of nature in France? You will be away from the crowds and be able to recharge your batteries. Enjoy some time exploring the beauty of the fauna and flora that surrounds your nice chambre d’hôte in France.

Nature

There are so many natural sights to see and plenty of activities to do outdoors. Some exercise in nature will have a beneficial effect on your wellbeing. Even just hugging a tree can increase the level of oxytocin in your body and therefore, this makes you feel calmer and happier. In the mornings, you can delight yourself with a delicious breakfast prepared from local natural products. For lunch or dinner, you can have a lovely barbeque with your friends or family and perhaps enjoy the colourful sunset together. On the website of Nature.house, you will find a wide variety of really nice chambre d’hôtes in France where you can relax during your vacation!

Flora and fauna native to France

While staying in chambre d'hote, you will be exposed to the natural diversity of this country. The flora and fauna in France vary due to its range of topography and climate. The temperature differences between the north and south are the main influence on the flora and wildlife throughout the country. This means that there is a lot to discover and get to know in different parts of France! In each region, you will find new treasures - special plants and animals as well as undiscovered places. It's no wonder why the country is such a popular destination for tourists going on holidays! Towards the Mediterranean area, olive trees, vines, mulberry and fig trees, as well as laurel, wild herbs, and maquis can be spotted. In the forests, on the north and center - oak, beech, pine, birch, poplar, and willow can be discovered. In France, you can find 7 national and 40 regional parks. You'll also have all the necessary facilities and leisure activities not too far away from you.

The fauna of France is typical of western European countries. French forests secure home for - polecats and martens, wild boars, and deers. While exploring nature, there is a chance to spot - hedgehogs and shrews, foxes, weasels, bats, squirrels, badgers, rabbits, mice, otters, and beavers. In fact, most of the birds that can be spotted in France are largely migratory. In the Mediterranean zone birds such as - flamingos, terns, buntings, herons, and egrets can be spotted. Know as 'bouquetins' in French, Alpine ibexes are found in parts of the French Alps. Today, there are about 9000 of them, you can find many in the Vanoise national park or the higher parts of the Alps when you for skiing with your family. Be sure to visit The Burgundy Canal, if you're planning to go fishing during your holidays in France, b! Here, you will be able to catch Pike, Zander, Bream, Perch, Carp. In the nearby waters, you may also find eels, lobster, salmon, or crayfish. Due to pesticides, globalization, and intensive agriculture, France has witnessed a decline in wildlife over the past five decades. But some regions have an advantage over others in terms of wildlife. This is because of the least human activity and larger areas of woodland. Hence, there are plenty of options for you to book a cottage in France and connect with nature to see some of the rare wildlife that still exists in these regions.

Activities

France has countless activities and trips to offer during your holidays. Here you will find plenty of activities while traveling alone, with a partner, or with kids. Experience high-class shopping or discover unique colorful markets of Aix-en-Provence. Explore as many villages as possible to discover the charm of architecture, art, and a historical vibe. An interesting activity could be visiting one of the many medieval castles France has to offer. Visiting France could not be imagined by not seeing the Eiffel Tower. The best time to visit this place is during sunset time, as it paints a breathtaking picture. Another fun family activity could be cruising the Seine River. It is a fun way to see all of Paris' top sights while enjoying a relaxing experience.

Do you prefer an adventure holiday near nature? Then go canoeing on the River Ardèche or learn to surf at one of the deserted beaches on the coast. Do you like cycling? Then you must choose and go on an adventure on the Roger Lapebie bike path in the Entre-Deux-Mer region. This particular route is appreciated for its lush natural landscape. If you have children ages below 12 years, make sure that they wear a helmet while cycling. You can also travel through Alsace, a destination for cyclists. While cycling, you cross the famous vineyards of this area and discover the Alsatian villages. This region is known as the capital of cycling in France. It delights sports enthusiasts and culture lovers.

If you have a passion for skiing, then French Alps will be your winter wonderland. Are you sports enthusiasts and want to complete your bucket list? Then Limousin is the place to be. This region offers a wide variety of outdoor activities like hiking, horse riding, water-skiing, cycling, kayaking, and fishing. Moreover, the location of the chambre d'hote will definitely encourage you for many other fun activities inside the yard, like playing ball, badminton, sunbathing, or swimming if the accommodation like a villa has a swimming pool.

Rent a chambre d’hôte

Perhaps you are wondering what a chambre d’hôte is… It is the French equivalent of the English bed and breakfast. This type of accommodation is usually located in a small establishment that has no more than 15 rooms. Most of the time, this is owned by a family who also lives there and takes care of everything. On the website of Nature.house, you can find a wide variety of nice chambre d’hôtes in several picturesque locations, such as Languedoc Roussillon, Ile de France, or Limousin.

Imagine yourself waking up, taking a deep breath of fresh air, and enjoying a delicious breakfast prepared with fresh local products, some of which might have been grown in the garden of your accommodation. Then, the rest of the day, explore the natural surroundings and get lost in the beauty of those unique places. After a relaxing day in nature, return to your nice chambre d’hôte and have a lovely evening in front of the fireplace or sipping a glass of wine while admiring the sunset from your garden. You can also have a barbeque alongside your loved ones. Look on the left side of the website and select the desired facilities for your accommodation. That’s not all! You also have the opportunity to choose the location of the perfect chambre d’hôte for you. In the mountains, woods, by the water, or near the sea are just a few examples. What are you waiting for? Now is the moment to plan your holiday and get ready to prepare your luggage.