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Holiday homes Hauts-de-Seine rent in a rural setting? Then you've come to the right place, where you'll find rural holiday homes in Hauts-de-Seine that all have one thing in common: they're located in or near the most beautiful nature reserves of this beautiful French department.
Hauts-de-Seine is a department in the north of France. It is part of the Ile-de-France region and is part of the suburbanization of Paris. It is a small department that is very densely populated. The department consists of three districts: Antony, Boulogne-Billancourt and Nanterre. In addition to these three districts, Hauts-de-Seine consists of 36 municipalities and 45 different cantons.
The department Hauts-de-Seine was founded in 1968 and used to be part of the departments Seine and Seine-et-Oise. In this relatively small and densely populated department there is enough to find for the nature lover. There are a number of large parks/forests where you can go out and have a good time. From your cottage Hauts-de-Seine you can easily reach these parks for a nice walk.
Nature parks Hauts-de-Seine
In Hauts-de-Seine you will find the following nature parks: Bois de Boulogne, Bois de la Garenne, foret domaniale de fausses-reposes and park du bois de l'aurore. The Bois de Boulogne in particular is ideal for hikers and the nature reserve has a rich ecology as well as a rich cultural past. For tourists there are several possibilities to explore the area, such as walking, skating, cycling and fishing.
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Do you want more information about the holiday homes of nature house in Hauts-de-Seine? Or do you want to know which rural holiday home is suitable for your fishing holiday? We will be happy to help you in your search for an ideal holiday in nature. Of course we specialize in renting and letting rural holiday homes, but we like to look beyond our noses and help you further on your way to explore nature in Hauts-de-Seine.