Our villas in France offer the perfect holiday accommodation to kick back, relax and explore this eclectic destination. A continent in a country; France has it all, whether you seek a luxury villa in Provence or a boutique hideaway for a weekend a deux in Paris. Whatever your destination, be it at the pulse of the Côte d'Azur, the peace of the Dordogne or secreted away in the Le Petit Luberon of Provence, Red Savannah has villas in France, boutique hotels, or charming French chateaux just for you.
Experience the lavender fields, sunflowers and cicadas of the Luberon, undulating hillside vineyards of Bordeaux, yacht-filled ports on the Cote d'Azur and the cool beaches of Cap Ferret from our holiday villas in France. Rest assured, before you arrive we will have sampled the chef's cassoulet, rooted round for truffles, and checked the pool's water temperature.
As specialists in villa holidays, we have a hand-picked collection of luxury French villas, each chosen for their unique location, style and service.
Topographically there are three very different coastlines in France: the Med, the Atlantic and the Channel, four mountain ranges: the Alps, Pyrenees, Jura and Massif Central and even a volcano or two in the Auvergne. Beyond the historic cities are cascading villages built into precipitous cliffs, luminous coastal harbours and swathes of verdant forests, all of which can be enjoyed from our villas in France.
Such is the magnificence of the French architecture that 41 buildings have been designated World Heritage sites, three not to be missed are the Palais des Papas in Avignon, the gothic great Chartres cathedral and the banks of Paris' River Seine. Though immortalised by Picasso, Renoir, Matisse, Cézanne and Van Gogh, the beauty of French holidays still surprise.
As intrinsic to France's identity as its history, culture, and chic women is its cuisine and can be one of the main reasons for choosing a French villa holiday - oysters of Cap Ferret, fois gras and walnuts from the Dordogne and Marseilles' bouillabaisse. It's hardly surprising that France was the first nation to have its gastronomy recognised by UNESCO as an 'intangible cultural heritage'.