The village of Rouvray is to be found in the Morvan Regional Natural Park, in the Burgundy region of France. Although a small settlement, it has all the amenities that you might need on a day to day basis. A holiday in Rouvray is most suitable for those people who are looking to escape from it all, and the tranquil rural surroundings will soon lift the stress off from your shoulders. A holiday rental house in Rouvray is suitable to book for couples, families or even groups of friends. If you have access to a car during your stay, it also makes the ideal base from which to explore the region at large.
There are a number of activities that you can undertake during your holiday in Rouvray, and being situated in the Morvan Park, many of them can be tried here. It goes without saying that a stroll through the countryside will be high on the agenda, and you can also ride bicycles there. Further out, you could try activities such as mini golf, go-karting, canoeing and swimming. There is even a water park within an easy drive.
Whilst your holiday rental house in Rouvray is a wonderful place to relax and chill out, you may also wish to explore a little more of the surrounding area. There are several towns and cities which are worthy of a half or even full day trip, and these include Semur en Auxious with its cobbled streets, Dijon for its busy three times weekly market, and Avallan. As the self catering accommodation in Rouvray is in the Burgundy region, you should also take the opportunity to visit a vineyard and find out some more about the wine making industry.
This part of France enjoys a climate which can be described as one of having hot Summers and cool Winters. During the peak of the summer months of July and August, day time high temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius are not unusual. The late Autumn, which coincides with the grape harvest season sees more unsettled weather, with storms and sometimes frosts possible. Rainfall is a little heavier then, although year around, the monthly average is no more than 70mm. The winter sees temperatures of 5 degrees average during the days, but with frosts more common at night.
When considering a holiday in Rouvray, you could either fly or drive there. Driving over from the UK is an excellent option, as this will also give you the use of a car during your time there. Calais is likely to be the best port of entry. If flying, you will soon find out that there are not really any major airports close to your holiday rental house in Rouvray. Instead, consider flying into Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG) in Paris from London Heathrow (LHR) on British Airways.