What are the favorite accommodations of the French for autumn? While the All Saints holidays began throughout France (Zones A, B and C) this Saturday, October 22 to end on Monday, November 7 in the morning, Airbnb reveals its top 10 accommodations that French users dream of for this autumn 2022. When we know that the cost of living is increasing in the face of galloping inflation, many French users of the apartment rental platform prefer “local” for their holidays and have chosen France for their getaway this year autumnal.
According to an Abritel survey carried out by One Poll, Finistère is the most popular destination for these All Saints’ Day holidays 2022, ahead of Ille-et-Vilaine and Réunion. With the exception of two accommodations in the Netherlands, one in the United Kingdom and one last in Belgium, the Airbnb survey also shows in its trends on the favorite accommodations of the French for the All Saints holidays that the majority of the locations chosen are located in France this year.
Questioned recently by Planet, Xavier Rousselou, spokesperson for Abritel, the French holiday rental site, had assured that the searches of the French for their All Saints’ stay had returned to the level before the pandemic and were in 25% increase compared to 2021. “The All Saints holidays are a break between the start of the school year and the Christmas holidays. It is an opportunity to get some fresh air, get together with family, spend time together and rest “, specified the expert. There is also the economic aspect that comes into play on this increase in vacation departures since going on vacation in autumn is much cheaper than in summer. “Prices, especially for a week’s holiday, are around 40% lower in autumn than in summer”, says Xavier Rousselou.
As Airbnb points out, the French “in search of authenticity and simplicity, travelers are preparing to go to destinations where they can spend time outdoors, in France or nearby”. For French users of the real estate rental platform, autumn rhymes with relaxation and a cozy universe and even if it is less far away, there is no question of cutting back on the All Saints holidays this year.
“The season is indeed conducive to cocooning and contemplation of nature and its changing colors,” says Airbnb. The list of French people’s favorite accommodation for All Saints’ Day also reveals a real enthusiasm for stays in the heart of nature. Airbnb also specifies in its press release that by browsing among categories such as “Cabins”, “Lakeside” and “Disconnected stays”, the French can now search for nature getaways.
Find below the 10 accommodations marked in the list of favorites by French users on Airbnb, between September 1 and 30, 2022, for future stays or for inspiration.