Bosjean Holiday Chalets(4)
If you are looking to spend your next holiday in the French countryside, then you should consider a holiday rental house in Bosjean. This village is situated in the Burgundy region, and makes for a peaceful retreat. A holiday in Bosjean is therefore more suitable for those people looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of a stressful life. In the self catering accommodation in Bosjean, you will be able to relax and unwind in a home away from home. Please note, that the use of a car during your holiday will be almost essential.
During your stay at the holiday rental house in Bosjean, you might like to do some activities. Fortunately, there are many to choose from which are suitable for people of all energy levels. Certainly, there are many walks to take both on official and unofficial pathways, and the same can be said of cycling. Other things that can be tried, include fishing, horse riding and golf. If you are taking a holiday in Bosjean during the Summer, you can also visit one of the nearby lakes to take a swim.
There are a number of places of interest nearby to the self catering accommodation in Bosjean. For the taste of a French market, try the Monday market at Louhans or the Tuesday market at Bletterans. Farther afield, there are lakes, grottos and waterfalls awaiting your discovery. Another idea for a day out, is to visit one of the many wineries in the region. Here, you would be able to learn about the wine making process, and, perhaps more importantly, sample a glass or two! Other suggestions include a trip to the nearby city of Dijon, and perhaps even a trip to Geneva.
The weather always plays an important part in any decision about where to go on vacation, and a holiday in Bosjean is no exception to this. You may be pleased to know that the weather during the Summer months is consistently warm, with average day time temperatures around the 25 degrees Celsius mark. Of course, much higher temperatures than this can be reached, and so you can expect days of 30 degrees during the hotter parts of July and August. Rainfall during this period is at a minimum, with barely 50mm falling per month.
If you have set your sights on a holiday in Bosjean, then you will need to determine what the best method of travel to get there is. Many people choose to drive, as this then gives them the use of a car during their stay at the holiday rental house in Bosjean without the need to hire one. If driving over from the UK, Calais is probably going to be the port of choice. Keep in mind, though, that it is nearly 500 km from Calais to Bosjean. The other option is to fly over, and the airport in Lyon (LYS) is the best choice in this circumstance, with its regular British Airways flights coming out of London Heathrow (LHR).