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Glamping France

Are you thinking about a nature holiday somewhere in France, but don’t know what accommodation to choose? No matter if it is a cold winter or a hot summer, glamping in France is the best idea! Imagine – all the comfort while still being close to nature… If you opt for a relaxing and peaceful vacation, we got you covered.

All the accommodations from Nature.house are away from the crowds. Therefore, water sounds, birds twittering, and wind will be the main noises that will follow you during your holidays! Keep reading and get inspired for your glamping holiday in France! Glamping is a relatively new concept and term in the holiday world. Therefore, you may not know what glamping actually is. If you did not know this, then the name of this type of accommodation is due to the word combination of 'camping' and 'glamor'. This means that when choosing glamping for your holidays, you can enjoy the peace and simplicity of a campsite, but with the necessary luxury and comfort. If you still cannot imagine what to expect from glamping, then think of a safari tent, with a comfortable bed and even a nice bathroom. Really! What more possibly you would need for such a close trip to nature? You will also be able to find some tents built on stilts with a veranda and of course, breathtaking views.

Charming French nature

While staying in one of the glamping rentals, 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 influence 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 to go on holiday! 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.

The fauna of France is typical of western European countries. French forests are home to polecats and martens, wild boars, and deers. While exploring nature, there is a chance to spot hedgehogs, shrews, foxes, weasels, bats, squirrels, badgers, rabbits, mice, otters, and beavers. 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. Known as 'bouquetins' in French, Alpine ibexes are found in parts of the French Alps. Today, there are about 9,000 of them that can be found in the Vanoise national park or the higher parts of the Alps. Make sure to visit The Burgundy Canal, if you're planning to go fishing during your holidays in France! Here, you will be able to catch pike, zander, bream, perch, or carp. In the nearby waters, you may also find eels, lobster, salmon, or crayfish.

Have fun during your glamping holiday in France

Are you still wondering what you can do during a glamping holiday? With a bit of creativity, you will find plenty of activities that can be done outdoors and indoors. For example, you can play board games with your loved ones, relax in front of the fireplace while sipping a glass of wine or a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows, or have a barbeque during the sunset. Outside your lovely glamping house, you will be able to practice some sports, depending on the region where you are. Hiking, biking, swimming, ballooning, or paragliding are a few options that will awake your senses.

Have you ever tried to ski on water? It is a really fun activity for those who want to do something adventurous. If you decide to ski on water, you will get for sure the necessary dose of adrenaline. There is also a lot to be done by those who are less courageous. You can swim in the crystal-clear waters and admire the beautiful scenery. If you are a really patient person, then you should grab a fishing rod with you, spend some time by the water, and perhaps you are lucky enough to catch your meal. Furthermore, there are several excursions by ferries that will show you the natural wonders of the region while being on the water. It sounds like a lot of fun to spend time outdoors, right? If you decide to rent a cheap glamping tent in Europe, you can enjoy daily trips to national parks, nature reserves, or nearby historical villages. There are numerous private glamping houses that are located in peaceful natural surroundings and close to worth visiting places, such as Costa Brava, Brandenburg, or Overijssel. Have a look on the website of Nature.house and book your dream glam camping rental in the desired location. Hurry up!

A glamping holiday in France will be an adventure for youngsters and seniors. Since all glamping accommodations are surrounded by unspoiled nature, you will have all the freedom to enjoy and explore. Are you not sure what to do during your holiday in France? Then keep reading and get inspired! When glamping in the mountains, take a lovely walk through the French hills or explore the French hilly landscape with a mountain bike tour. Tip – if it is possible, be sure to bring your own bike to explore as much as possible. If you are staying in the woods, the beautiful forests with a relaxing vibe are also a great idea for a refreshing walk in nature. Fishing enthusiasts can indulge in one of the many rivers that France has to offer. In fact, if you are looking for a fishing holiday, be sure to book a glamping accommodation nearby the fishing area.

France is a beautiful and diverse country, therefore, making it a perfect destination for culture, nature, beach, and sports enthusiasts. The possible list of activities in France is really endless. For this reason, you will never be bored. When choosing to stay in a particular region, be sure to check out what the hiking and cycling routes are. Interested to do something challenging? What about trying rock climbing? If you want to get lost in water activities, you must go kayaking, swimming, or snorkeling. For those who opt to experience culture in France, a trip to cities, such as Paris, Bordeaux, Lille, Marseille or Lyon is a must.

Must-see sights in France

Lac de Vassivière

Lac de Vassivière is the perfect place for leisure activities. Enjoy a lovely day with your loved ones in the largest water area in the region of Limousin. It is a man-made reservoir that has approximately 10 square kilometers. The artificial lake was built after World War II and it is located in the Millevaches Regional Natural Park. Besides this attraction, Limousin has many more to offer. In this region, you will find historical sights and absolutely gorgeous landscapes. Hiking in the Massif Central Mountains is definitely worth trying! Are you already curious? Click here and you will see all the available glamping spots in the French region of Limousin.

La Montagne des lamas et alpagas

Visit this beautiful place in Lorraine, a region in the north-east of France. If you plan to go with your children, it will be so much fun as they can see more than 50 llamas and alpacas. You can enjoy a lovely day admiring the natural setting of La Bresse and feeding the friendly llamas and alpacas. No matter what age you are, you will definitely have a great time in nature together with your loved ones. Would you like to know more about this place? Don’t hesitate and choose one nice glamping accommodation in the gorgeous French region of Lorraine. Hurry up and pack your luggage for a memorable holiday!

Puy de Dôme Volcano

Don’t miss the chance to visit this unique natural sight. The volcano has a height of 1,465 meters and it is the highest in the mountain range of Chaîne des Puys. Also, it is considered to be the “Great Site of France”. You don’t need to worry about the activity of the volcano because it has been dormant for the past 12,000 years. From there, you have a breathtaking view over the Chaîne des Puys, Monts Dore, Monts du Forez, and the city of Clermont-Ferrand, which is just 15 kilometers away from the volcano. If you are an adventurous type of person, you should definitely go there and try paragliding or hang gliding. You will get the desired amount of adrenaline and enjoy such an unforgettable experience.

Unforgettable destinations

Aquitaine

Have a memorable holiday in one of our nice glamping spots in the third largest region of France, Aquitaine. Don’t know what to expect? Let’s see… Sandy beaches, crystal-clear water, medieval towns, and superb mountains. How does all of this sound to you? Explore the region’s natural gems, such as the Lascaux caves that are part of the UNESCO heritage. Moreover, the worldwide famous Bordeaux is located in Aquitaine. Therefore, delight your taste buds with some famous Bordeaux wine and local delicacies, for example, foie gras, duck breasts, or gizzards. Aquitaine is a culinary paradise with approximately 20 restaurants that have been awarded Michelin stars. It’s not all about food, but also sports. Swimming, surfing, and sailing are lovely water activities that you can do. Also, Aquitaine has 250 kilometers of beautiful beaches, which means that you have a lot to discover. This part of France is known for being the first spa region in the country and now it has 30 spa towns. Sounds like a relaxing holiday, right?

Burgundy

The heart of France is formed by Paris and the regions around it. One of these regions is Burgundy. A famous sight there is the Abbey of Fontenay. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is situated in a secluded green valley far from civilization. Here you can relax completely between the buildings from the 12th century and beautiful gardens. Around the abbey, you will find several walking routes along paths where monks used to walk. How about a promenade in France’s beautiful region?

Limousin

If you have a passion for skiing, then French Alps will be your winter wonderland. Are you a sports enthusiast? 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 your glamping rental will definitely encourage you for many other fun activities in the yard, like playing ball, badminton, sunbathing, or swimming if the accommodation has a swimming pool.

How is the weather in France?

The weather conditions in France vary significantly, depending on the regions. France mostly enjoys a temperate climate with mild winters and summers. The conditions get warmer in the Mediterranean region while colder and wetter in the North Atlantic Coast and East-Central France. For instance, in places such as Dijon, winters have been known to be harsh and wet. During that time of the year, there is plenty of snow, particularly in areas where skiing and other winter activities can be done. Make sure to carry an umbrella or a coat with you because it may rain all of a sudden while you are hiking in the woods. If you are in the region of Cote d'Azur, spring is typically warm and temperatures exceed 20 °C in the south. The days get longer and you can see greener vegetation and all the animals and birds enjoying their summers, too! Summer weather is perfect to head to the beach, work on your tan, or go on a hike in the mountains and explore the nature of France. All over France, when trees are changing color to red, brown, or yellow then you know that autumn months have started and the country is heading towards Christmas.

Rent a glamping accommodation in France

France is the perfect destination for a glamping holiday. If you want to be close to nature, but you prefer comfort over just some regular camping and sleeping on an air mattress, then glamping it is! This way you will be able to enjoy the beautiful surroundings that the country has to offer and still have all the comfort and feel at home. All the glamping spots in France are surrounded by beautiful nature such as forests, rivers, and hills that will make you smile all day long.

In fact, the glamping concept in France is well known and loved among residents and tourists, so you will be able to find glamping accommodation in almost every province. What about glamping in Burgundy, Auvergne, or Aquitaine? Glamping in France is a great idea for a romantic getaway with your partner, family trip, and even solo travelers because the size of the accommodations is usually suitable starting from 2 up to 6 people. Those who would like to go on a cheap glamping holiday can choose from different accommodation types. For example, yurts, safari tents, tiny houses, and teepees are seen as a form of glamping, but tree houses, houseboats, log cabins, and Pipo wagons are nowadays also classified as glamping accommodations. What all these rentals have in common is that on arrival everything is arranged and ready for you. The holiday can start right on arrival and that is - especially with kids - so nice. Old-fashioned camping with the luxury of today (you might even have a pool)... Have you already tried it?

Are you wondering where you will leave your dog during your vacation? You don’t need to worry about it. Click here and you will see the available glamping accommodation where you can go with your dog. Moreover, wherever the glamping tent is located, there are plenty of options to keep you entertained! Take a bike ride or go for a walk through nature. If you like bird watching, you can look for the most beautiful birds. If the house is located on a lake, river, or sea, you can go fishing! In addition, a visit to some historical cities, an amusement park, museum, or zoo are among the possibilities that you can do during your camping luxury holiday. Whatever your stay looks like, glamping is an attractive alternative to a traditional camping holiday. Have you already become acquainted with the charm and conviviality of a glamping holiday or would you like to try it for the first time? Then book a private glamping rental in France with Nature.house! Whatever kind of nature house you choose, you will always spend your holiday in nature, in less crowded holiday parks, or in the woods.

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