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Price and Availability Index for Brittany
Holiday Letting Price Information in Brittany
In the graph above you can see the typical prices of holiday rentals in Brittany in each month. Booking a holiday rental is most expensive in july. In the period 30/07 - 06/08, you will need to pay £119 on average. February is the cheapest month to book your holiday rental, so make sure to consider it when planning your next trip.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Brittany
This graph shows the availability of holiday lettings at different times of year. The most popular time of year to visit Brittany is January. If you'd like to visit then, make sure to book early! You'll find the most holiday lettings available in May (07/05 - 14/05).
Holiday rental in Brittany: Discover the Atlantic coast in complete serenity
Want to go to the ocean? Set course for the Breton lands and take in a deep breath of sea air. Choose a holiday rental in Brittany to dive into the many legends of the region that will make young and old dream. Brittany is a land of character that has managed to stand out from the rest of France mixing traditional culture and simplicity.
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A land of legends to discover
Having benefited from a strong Celtic influence, Brittany's history is made up of myths. From King Arthur to the forest of Broceliande, let your imagination lull you into discovering enchanting landscapes.
1. Megaliths at Carnac
Go to Carnac to admire the alignments of megaliths, among the most impressive in existence.
2. Paimpont Forest
More commonly known as the forest of Broceliande, which inspired the legend of the Knights of the Round Table. You may catch a glimpse of Merlin the Enchanter's shadow around a bend in a rock...
Brittany is also rich in islands, each more beautiful than the other. Fall in love with Belle-Île like Sarah Bernhardt, who owned a house on the Pointe des Poulains remarkable for its coves and steep cliffs.
4. Glénan Archipelago and the islands of the Gulf of Morbihan
Cruise for a few hours and sail between the many islands of the Gulf of Morbihan, including the famous Île-aux-Moines. Finally, don't miss the Glénan archipelago, whose waters are such a clear turquoise that it has sometimes been nicknamed the Breton Tahiti.
You can dream about 18th-century privateers during a walk atop the city walls.
Treat yourself! The delights of Brittany in your holiday rental
Brittany offers an exceptional setting for your next holiday rental. While your eyes will be spoilt for choice, your taste buds will not be left out. You are bound to find a crêperie not far from your cottage, ready to treat you to its specialities. Sweet or savoury, with salted butter caramel, ham or more original ingredients, the pancakes and galettes of la Potion Magique in Carnac, for example, will delight gourmets. Strolling the cobbled streets of Saint-Malo, the Grain Noir creperie with authentic, local and organic flavours is an excellent idea for lunch or a delicious snack.
But there are not only pancakes in Brittany, by opting for a holiday rental near the sea, you will have no excuse not to taste the Breton specialties based on fish and shellfish. Passing through Roscoff for example, the restaurant La Bonne Étoile is the perfect place to indulge in a platter of shrimp, lobster, oysters or a Breton-style fish dish. In Ploumanac'h, the restaurantLa Cotriade has made the specialty of the same name, its main asset. Cooked in the tradition, this Breton bouillabaisse is unmissable for all fish lovers.
The farmers' markets are a good opportunity to discover local specialities, while strolling near your holiday rental. In Dinard, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, take time to look around the stalls and end your morning with a traditional galette-saucisses accompanied by a glass of cider. The 16th century Halles in Questembert on Monday mornings, the fish market in Lorient, open every day, or the one in Saint-Renan (on Saturday mornings) with its 300 exhibitors, are all options for filling your basket. Then, all that will be left for you to do is to settle down comfortably at the table of your gite or your holiday rental to taste the foodstuffs skilfully chosen on the producers' stalls.
A land of legends
The Pointe de Pen-Hir
On the Crozon peninsula, the pointe de Pen-Hir offers a view all the way to the island of Ouessant. Its peaks and cliffs are popular among climbing enthusiasts.
Gradlon, the legendary king overlooking Quimper's Gothic cathedral, attracts the curious who come to observe this masterpiece of Quimper's heritage.
The Great Aquarium of Saint-Malo
At the entrance to the city of privateers, the Grand Aquarium allows you topass through the heart of the shark tank in a ring and indulge in interactive and tactile experiences.
The menhirs of Carnac
The Carnac alignments are one of the most mysterious sites in Brittany. The path leads you along 4,000 standing stones over 4 kilometres. It is one of the largest megalithic sites in Europe.
La pointe du Groin
Famous as the starting point of the Route du Rhum, the Pointe du Groin also offers a superb panorama of the Mont-Saint-Michel bay.