The Easter Holidays are a great time to indulge in some spring-time family fun and with two weeks off in which to entertain the children, a trip to France can be a great, low cost option.
Holidays to France at Easter are great for exploring somewhere new, when the resorts are quieter, the roads a breeze and the prices highly affordable.
With our selection of gites, villas and holiday cottages across France, we have some great accommodation options available.
Family Easter Holidays
If you want to whisk the kids away for an early family holiday then France is a great option. Take your pick from destinations such as Brittany, the Vendee or Charente, or head further south for warmer climes such as the Languedoc or the Cote d’Azur.
Last Minute Easter Holidays to France
As you can contact owners directly from France for Families, you can quickly find a last minute Easter holiday to suit you. We offer a huge selection of accommodation ranging from luxury villas all-inclusive resorts that are perfect for entertaining children and letting adults unwind.
Couples Easter Getaways
Book that romantic Easter break with your partner and jet off to one of our fabulous beach or city destinations. Whether you want a week or two in the sun or a long weekend exploring a new city, we have something to offer you. Select from our hand-picked list of destinations where you can find resorts that will cater for your every need. Our cheap Easter breaks make it possible for you to take some time out for yourselves, where you can discover a blend of culture, sophisticated hotels that offer everything from all inclusive to the ultimate in luxury facilities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I book a Family Holiday this Easter?
It is the perfect time to make the most of cheap deals and off-peak prices so you can stay in good quality villas, gites and cottages at bargain prices. However, you can also make the most of that long weekend over the Easter period where you won’t need to use as much of your annual leave!
I want sunshine, where should I go?
Head to the south coast of France, such as the Cote d’Azur or the Languedoc region which borders onto the coast of Spain. Temperatures tend to be warm during the day, with longer sunshine hours.
How do I get there?
Take your choice of driving or flying. Driving is easy for the regions of France just the other side of the channel. The cheapest crossing tends to be the Dover – Calais ferry crossing with P&O Ferries but the super quick way to cross is by using Eurotunnel, at just thirty minutes. Brittany Ferries offers crossings along the longer routes to places like Cherbourg, Caen, St Malo and Roscoff.
When are the Easter Public Holidays in 2019?
This year, Good Friday is on the 19th April and Easter Monday is on the 22nd of April.