Experience the typical, friendly atmosphere of Brittany in the picturesque seaside resort of Locquirec. The village was originally a fishing village and offers beautiful sights. A walk along the clear blue sea is a must!
The history and art of Brittany can be found in Dinan. Medieval churches, half-timbered houses and monasteries are surrounded by city walls which protect the heritage. Because of its location, Dinan offers a beautiful view over the green landscape of Brittany.
The coast of Brittany is a must for the passionate hikers. A combination of hidden bays, a rocky coastline and vast sandy beaches provide variety. You can taste the most delicious regional dishes in the restaurants at the harbours.
Bréhat is known as the flower island of Brittany with its varied landscape, and the diversity of its flora. The island is car-free, so it is very quiet. And it's only a ten minute boat ride from the Pointe de l'Arcouest!
A holiday in Brittany means enjoying the "land of the sea", where the cultural heritage perfectly illustrates the time between prehistory and contemporary history. Our holiday homes in Brittany are situated in the land of mysticism, legends and menhirs. A varied coastal landscape that can be described as capricious and rugged, but also lovely and picturesque. Book a flat in a beautiful seaside resort, a charming Breton holiday home, a beautiful country holiday home, or a characteristic holiday home with spacious garden. Your holiday home in Brittany is the perfect starting point to discover this interesting region.
Your holiday home in Brittany is beautifully situated, and invites you to discover the region. With a coastline of 2700 km. it is the ideal destination for a wonderful holiday by the sea. Brittany offers long sandy beaches, rugged rocky coasts, and picturesque fishing villages. The large beaches are ideal for families, the small, intimate beaches are loved by couples. The most beautiful coast is the pink granite coast at Perros-Guirec. In the south, for instance near Bénodet or Carnac, there are long sandy beaches. The seaside resort of Dinard, separated from Saint-Malo by the river Rance, is also called the "Nice of the North".Enjoy sun, sea and beach from your holiday home in Brittany!
Your holiday home in Brittany is the ideal starting point for a walk through the beautiful nature. Visit the Armorique Regional Natural Park and the Arrival Mountains in the Finistère section. Head to the north coast for the beautiful Côte d'Émeraude and the rock formations of the Côte de Granit Rose. Take the car, and drive the route along this coast for beautiful views. The south coast of Brittany is characterised by idyllic islands such as the Glénan Archipelago and Belle-Île. We recommend the 'Promenade du Clair Ruisseau' walking route. You walk through a fairy-tale forest with rocks and brooks and the trip ends at a mysterious lake; Mare aux Sangliers., With a holiday home in the green interior of Brittany, you can enjoy a hilly landscape rich in flora and fauna. Your holiday home in Brittany is centrally located, so you can enjoy either an active or a quiet holiday!
You'll have lots to see on a holiday in Brittany! The region is rich in all kinds of buildings such as churches, castles, and chapels that can be found in the many characteristic towns of Brittany, such as Rennes, Vannes, Quimper, Josselin and Fougères. A holiday in France is not complete without visiting a typical traditional market. For Breton conviviality, visit the real port cities such as Concarneau, Roscoff and the old pirate town of St-Malo. The latter is special because of its location, the city walls and the restored town centre. If you would like to go back to the Middle Ages, a visit to Dinan is worth your while. Enjoy the historic buildings, intimate squares, the castle and the basilica. Nature has also left behind special sights. The many lighthouses, capes and islands with bird sanctuaries are nice to visit. The interior contains secrets from the past, enigmatic mysterious prehistoric menhirs and the legends of King Arthur and Merlin. Discover the secrets of Brittany from your holiday home!
Your holiday home in Brittany is ideally located to discover the typical culture. Brittany was once an independent region with its own administration, its own language, its own people, and its own identity. The region has never denied its ancient Celtic character. You can still see the Celtic culture in the buildings, customs and many Breton festivals. During a Fest-Noz (nocturnal party) the Breton dresses in their old costume and the binious, kind of bagpipes, come out of the closets again. The largest fest-noz takes place every year in Lorient during the Interceltic Festival. In the whole of Brittany, the names of the towns are still mentioned in Breton and in the Finistère you will often hear the Celtic language on the street. Wherever you are looking for a holiday home in Brittany, you won't escape the Breton culture.
Enjoy a walk or bike ride during your holiday in Brittany! There are eight Voies Vertes in the region, for slow-moving traffic, and ideal for a walking or a cycling holiday. Very popular is the GR34, the path of the customs officers, which runs along the entire coast of Brittany. Customs used to pass here to prevent smuggling. The path covers more than 2000 kilometres and runs over cliffs and along beautiful viewpoints such as the Pointe du Raz, the most western point of the mainland of France. The bike tours along the coast, around the Golfe du Morbihan and in the Vallée de Rance are an absolute must! Our holiday homes in Brittany are scattered throughout the region. Set off from your holiday home in Brittany, and discover the secrets of this beautiful piece of France!
There are 190+ Belvilla houses in Brittany.
Carnac Alignments, Ville Close, Locmariaquer Megaliths, Cairn of Barnenez and Pointe de Pen-Hir are some places to visit in Brittany.
Some of the must-try activities in Brittany are:
Some of the recommended dishes in Brittany are Galettes (savoury crepes), salted butter, Kouign-amann (salted caramel pastry), Fluer se sel (crunchy salt), lobster and crab.
The best time to visit Brittany is between June and August.