Holiday Apartments in Avignon
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What our Avignon guests say
The owner was so very helpful ~ he picked us up and drove us back to the station, gave us all the information as and when we required, supplied anything that we
Stayed 15—22 Jul 2015 in:
Grand Studio Intra Muros
What a superb location! Compact apartment in an historic Avignon building close to Les Halles. Very warm but there is a small Air-con to help out and a fan on t
Stayed 26 Jun—3 Jul 2015 in:
Intra Muros, Hotel Particulier D...
The owners are pleasant and accommodating. The property is convenient located, clean, and beautifully renovated, and so very comfortable.
Stayed 4—11 Jul 2015 in:
Well appointed apartment, centrally situated with bus and train stations not far away, but very quiet area.
Stayed 30 Jun—9 Jul 2015 in:
Appartement Coquet Centre Vil...
Accommodation in Avignon - Travel Guide
By choosing self-catering accommodation in Avignon, you are choosing flexibility to see more of the city and its surrounding area and to of course eat, drink and sleep like a local. HouseTrip’s properties in Avignon range from charming city centre apartments to spacious villas with swimming pools on the outskirts of the city, ensuring that you can find the short-term rental accommodation to suit your weekend escape or a longer, lazier holiday in the south of France. All the properties are securely booked with HouseTrip so search for your ideal Avignon apartment today.
The south of France is full of beautiful towns and cities fighting for the attention of visitors hungry for culture, history and of course, cheese and wine. Avignon is one of the many worthy contenders and as an UNESCO Heritage Site is certainly well qualified to deliver the historic architecture you may crave. While staying in one of HouseTrip’s many available holiday apartments in Avignon, you can explore the striking Palais des Papes, which dominates the city. Alternatively use an apartment in Avignon as a launch pad for exploring the surrounding area and visiting the ever-popular region of Provence. Time your visit with the Festival d’Avignon in July to understand why Avignon is a well established as a centre for the arts and theatre.
Experience Avignon like a local
Locals to Avignon are deeply proud of its historic architecture which can be enjoyed by visiting many of the city’s sights like the old Jewish Synagogue and the famously incomplete Pont St-Bénézet or by simply exploring the alleyways which crisscross within the city’s 13th century city walls. In the centre of town you can find charming boutiques, cafes and artists’ galleries. As you enjoy a quick coffee in one of the popular meeting spots in Place de l’Horloge be sure to look up to find the statues gazing down on you from a corner balcony. Avignon is full of restaurants offering you the cheese and wine you crave and be sure to try the local delicacies, which include olive oil, tapenade and candied fruits. Just a short distance from Avignon is Luberon a beautiful area of countryside and typical Provence hilltop villages. This beautiful landscape famously inspired the paintings of Van Gogh and Cezanne. For a more adventurous outdoor experience head to the Gorges du Verdon, dramatically stunning rivers to go rafting or kayaking down.
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