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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Saint Andre, France your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking for a great place to stay in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of Southern France may like to try Saint Andre. This is a lovely place to spend a vacation with plenty of things for visitors to see and do and is close to the border with Spain. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, holiday homes, villas, apartments and cottages.

Things to do on holiday to Saint Andre, France

Saint Andre and the surrounding area offer some very scenic views that can be enjoyed by hiking, horse riding and cycling. In addition to this there are some beautiful sandy beaches by the Mediterranean Sea only 10 minutes away, where holidaymakers can sunbathe and take a swim. Watersports are popular here too with fishing, wind surfing, sailing, diving and water skiing all possible in the region. Golf enthusiasts will find a few courses in the area as well as mini-golf and tennis courts. There are a number of restaurants and cafes in and around Saint Andre offering good French dishes. Self catering holidaymakers will be able to purchase food and drink from stores and markets in the area.

Places to visit on holiday to Saint Andre, France

Saint Andre is conveniently located near to many places of interest. One such place is Elne, which is only five kilometres away and features the Cathedral Sainte-Eulalie-et-Sainte-Julie and cloister. A little further away is the coastal town of Collioure where visitors can see a fine castle and the church with a bell tower that once acted as the lighthouse. Perpignan is only 30 minutes drive from Saint Andre and has a beautiful fortified Castillet gate and Saint-Jean Cathedral with a unique cloister cemetery. Ceret is an attractive place to visit about 32 kilometres away that is notable for its museum of art dedicated to Picasso. Holidaymakers may also want to drive across the border to Spain to places such as the town of Figueres. This is just 40 minutes away and here tourists can visit the Dali museum as well as many fashion shops.

Weather in Saint Andre, France

This region in the South of France is mild throughout the year but is hottest in July and August when the temperatures reach an average high of 28 degrees centigrade. July is also the driest month with less than 25mm rainfall on average. As well as being the coldest months of the year at an average low of 5 degrees centigrade, December and January are also the wettest with around 90mm of rain per month on average.

Travel to Saint Andre, France

The nearest airport to Saint Andre is Perpignan – Rivesaltes Airport (PGF), which is approximately 35 minutes drive away. Flights arrive here from Brussels-South Charleroi (CRL), Dublin (DUB), Manchester (MAN) and Southampton (SOU) as well as Paris-Orly (ORY). Six car hire firms are located at the airport including Alamo, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. Taxis are available outside the terminal building.

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Saint-André Holiday Apartments & Homes (300+)

 

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Perfect little house at a great location

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Living area, one bedroom, toilet and bathroom downstairs. Two bedrooms, a separate loo and a bathroom upstairs. Although we were just two, the house could have easily accommodated a bigger family or two couples with young kids. Everything you need is there. The house is tiled throughout so it makes cleaning easy. The owner was very nice and accommodating. The village has a lake and a cycling path. We went to the nearby villages to walk in the hills. Figueres and the Dali museum are only half an hour away. Worth visiting the coast which is only a few miles away (you can get there by bike easily) and the villages further west (Ceret, St Jean Pla de Cor, etc.) and obviously Perpignan if you haven't been. The beach in St Cyprien is nicer than in Argeles but Argeles is nice for an evening promenade walk. There are markets every day of the week in Palau and neighbouring villages. Be ready to overdose on ripe fruits and vegetables. The immediate neighbours were lovely. Further down the path there was a noisy dog but we spoke to its owners and it was sorted. Overall, a very nice holiday house with lots of options for things to do depending on how we felt on the day.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 11, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017

A beautiful property with a stunning mountain backdrop

5 of 5
This beautiful house sits in large well maintened grounds looking towards the Pyrenees. The gardens are a particular delight providing many shady spots. Lovely pool and outdoor facilities including barbecue, table tennis, a boule pitch, several sun beds, hammocks, etc. It is a short distance to the local supermarket and only ten minutes drive to the beaches at Argeles-sur-mer. The air conditioning in the bedrooms was a real boon during a very hot spell in mid June. We had a really great holiday and would love to go back.
  • Review Submitted: Jun 25, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017