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Vacation Rental Price Information in Aquitaine
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Aquitaine. Prices reach a peak a week in July. The price per night in a vacation rental in Aquitaine this week (7/20 - 7/27) costs on average $176. You can find some of the best deals during a week of April (4/6 - 4/13). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Rental Availability Information in Aquitaine
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Aquitaine(in %). The week with the highest booking rate is in January (1/11 - 1/18). Only 52% of the rentals are still available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in June (6/1 - 6/8).
The Weather in Aquitaine
Check out the climate diagram for Aquitaine. July is the warmest month of the year in Aquitaine with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 80°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 37° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Experience French charm with Aquitaine vacation rentals
For your next vacation in France, go beyond Paris to the beautiful region of Aquitaine, where historical treasures, a long coastline, and a countryside full of vineyards combine to give every visitor a vacation to remember. Located in the southwestern part of France, Aquitaine used to be a traditional region until January 1, 2016, when it became part of New Aquitaine.
The port city of Bordeaux, which is also the capital of Aquitaine, is popular among travelers due to its many attractions. It is considered one of the most impressive cities in the country and has been named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Aquitaine vacation rentals, ranging from charming villas to apartments in medieval castles, serve as unique vacation stays for all visitors.
Aquitaine cuisine: Foods to try
France is known for being home to some exquisite delicacies, so during your vacation, step out of your Aquitaine vacation home to taste the local food and wine. Seafood is plentiful in Basque Country. Head to the Michelin-starred Briketenia in Guéthary for delectable and innovative cuisine.
When in Bordeaux, you cannot miss its prestigious wines. However, also make sure to try grilled entrecôte steak, duck confit, or some fresh oysters du jour along with your wine to partake in the authentic gastronomic delights that the region is known for.
Climate in Aquitaine: When to visit
Aquitaine has an average climate, with cold winters. The spring season, which starts early in March, is warm and beautiful, while summers arrive in mid-May and last up until August.
To enjoy the best climate in Aquitaine, plan your visit between the months of June and September. However, if you want to experience the wine harvest season in the beautiful countryside, autumn is the best time to visit.
Add these places of interest to your Aquitaine itinerary
Dune of Pilat
The Dune of Pilat is Europe’s highest dune and offers breathtaking sights over the Arcachon Bay, the ocean, and forests from its topmost point. It attracts approximately one million visitors annually, so visit early in the day to avoid the crowds.
Place Royale, Bordeaux
Built between 1730 and 1775 by architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel, the Place Royale is one of the most remarkable squares in the city, with a wealth of architecture to behold. The place becomes more beautiful at night when it is lit up.
Situated in the department of Dordogne, rural Périgord's third-largest town is a well-preserved architectural wonder. Medieval structures and houses, of Renaissance and Gothic styles, make it a unique attraction.
The Water Mirror in Bordeaux
Built in 2006, this massive water mirror across the street from Place Royale is the largest in the world. Its unique reflective and misting effects amaze people of all ages.
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