Allier is a quaint department situated in Auvergne, central France. It got its name from the River Allier. Often neglected by visitors visiting France, it features historic towns and medieval castles, and is set against a photogenic landscape comprising of farmland, rivers, and hills. If you have booked holiday apartments Allier, there are lots of things to see and do while on your stay.
Holiday apartments Allier will enable you to check out Charroux, which is a small village located in the rolling countryside of the southern Auvergne region. It features traditional houses, and is the perfect place to unwind due to its surreal surroundings, which have led to it being christened as the most beautiful village in France by visitors. While there, you can also check out the Saint John the Baptist church. It was built in the 12th century and features a mix of Gothic and Roman styles.
You could also visit Herisson while staying at Allier holiday homes. It is a village located in west Allier and was the settlement for survivors of the Goth invasions, 2000 years ago. The town is built around a majestic castle, which was built during the medieval times and is a must visit if you are a history lover.
Allier holiday homes will also allow you to check out Lapalisse. It is a small town in the south east region of the Allier department. While on your holiday stay in Allier accommodation, one must see attraction here is the Château de la Palice. It was originally built in the 12th century and features traditional furnishings and beautiful decorative ceilings. Because of the great location of holiday apartments Allier, it also makes places like Lyon in the Rhonetal region and the Cantal department in Auvergne easy to get to for some wonderful days out.