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Based in the Vendee for in excess of 15 years we have an insight into the holiday rental market and feel able to offer holiday seekers and home owners a personal service at a competitive price.
All our properties have been visited by ourselves  and we ensure that they are at a standard high enough that we would be pleased ourselves to stay in them with our friends and family.
If you would like to enquire about booking any of our self-catering Vendee Holiday Homes please visit the contact page and complete the form and we will be straight back to you regarding your proposed dates.

Summer 2019 - Brittany Ferries

 We're pleased to tell you that Brittany Ferries' 2019 sailings are now available for you to book.

Booking via Vendee Holiday we are able to offer travellers a 20% reduction on their ferry crossing if using a Brittany Ferries route.

Contact us foir more details at hello@vendee.holiday
  


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Cycling
Wine tours
Golf
The Vendee is a great location for cycling and all via our partner Bike Hire Direct we are able to arrange bike hire at all of our properties.
The Vendee offers the opportunity to visit many vineyards and via our partner  French Wine Tours we can offer tailor made tours for you during your stay.
There are a number of high quality golf courses throughout the Vendee and we are able to assist in arranging bookings of tee times at these courses. 
The Vendee
The Vendée is a department in the Pays-de-la-Loire region in west-central France, on the Atlantic Ocean. The name Vendée is taken from the Vendée river which runs through the southeastern part of the department.

The coast of the Vendée extends over 200 kilometres (120 mi) of mostly sandy beaches. Tourists from overseas and locally frequent them. Some resorts include Les Sables-d'Olonne, La Tranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-de-Monts. Some beaches are certified for the FEE Blue Flag for cleanliness.
With more than 100 miles (160 km) of sandy beaches edged with dunes and pine woods. The department also has churches and abbeys, museums, and—for nature lovers—thousands of marked footpaths, a signposted bicycle route running along the coastal mudflats, and marshes that attract unusual birds. There is fishing in the Vendée's rivers and lakes.
Inland, the main attractions include the Marais Poitevin (an area of marshlands famed for wildlife), the forested area around the village of Mervent and the rolling countryside of the Bocage. In the north of the department, the historical theme park Puy du Fou attracts more than 1.45 million of visitors per year.

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