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Discovering Brittany

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Reserve your Brittany - Vacancéole holidays

Relax and unwind for a few days in Brittany

There's nothing like the fresh air of Brittany to get away from it all and recharge your batteries. Pack your bags and head straight for this magnificent region that is becoming ever more popular. Discover the stone villages with blue hydrangeas, local cuisine, seaside resorts, timber-framed houses, and more!

Things to see and do in Brittany

Brittany is a vast territory with a strong regional identity. There is a real variety of things to do here! Here is just a taster of what you can do on a break to Brittany:

  • Visit the département of Morbihan (which means "little sea" in Breton) for a stay between sea and countryside. You will be charmed by the picturesque villages dotted across the surrounding area. Visit Rochefort-en-Terre, voted France's favourite village in 2016. While on holiday in Morbihan, don't miss the ramparts of Vannes, Saint Cado, the menhir stone alignments at Carnac or the Rhuys peninsula.
  • Set a course for Finistère! Do you know where you can find the tallest lighthouse in the world? In Brittany of course! 82.5 metres high and with 383 steps to climb, the lighthouse of Île Vierge offers exceptional views from the Île de Batz to the Île d'Ouessant.
  • Head to the département of Côtes d'Armor to watch the sun set on pink granite cliffs. Hikers will enjoy following a section of the GR34 coastal trail. After some exercise, get your strength back by trying the local cuisine, including scallops, savoury galettes or Kouign Amann (make an exception and ignore the calorie count!)
  • What about a trip to Île-et-Vilaine? No trip to Brittany is complete without a visit to the capital, Rennes. It is an exciting city with a host of events and festivals. From there, head to Saint-Malo. Visitors love the charm of this seaside resort surrounded by its ancient city walls. Head across to Normandy and visit the famous Mont Saint-Michel.

Holiday rentals in Brittany

Discovering Brittany is great, but you still need somewhere nice to stay! In Morbihan, you will find the Sud Océan residence in Guidel by the sea. If you want to be close to Vannes, check out Ker Goh Lenn***. The complex has a wellness area and swimming pool.

While in Finistère, book into Les Terrasses de Pentrez*** in Saint-Nic. You will stay in small traditional cottages. As an added bonus: the complex has a swimming pool and accepts pets.

On holidays in the north of Brittany, opt for the 3-star Domaine du Mont, near the border with Normandy. This will offer easy access to the Breton coast and the Baie de Mont Saint-Michel.