Holiday home for up to six people, located directly by the sea near Plouescat1/18The land by the sea
Brittany | Wide, fine sandy beaches, hidden bays, rugged rocky cliffs, idyllic little towns and a holiday home directly by the sea – that’s a holiday on the Breton coast.
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View from a holiday home for five people in the little town of Yport in Normandy2/18Best views
North coast of France | Wide sandy beaches and charming coastal resorts are strung together from Calais to Brittany. You can enjoy the view of the sea in these holiday homes.
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Holiday residence near Douarnenez, located directly by the sea.3/18Take a carefree holiday
Brittany | Everyone can enjoy a holiday here to the fullest. Parents can relax while the little ones will find dozens of entertainment options.
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There is ample space for six holidaymakers on the country property near Quemper-Guezennec.4/18Houses like menhirs
Brittany | Breton stone houses are typical for this area where long ago the Celts settled. Spend your vacation in one of these original holiday houses in the “country in front of the sea”.
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Holiday home for six people located directly at the beach near Moliets-Plage.5/18Take a holiday near a beach
Aquitaine | The south Atlantic coast of France is especially well-known for its elongated fine sandy beaches. With these holiday homes and apartments, you’ll be 100 metres from the sea at most.
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Discover the harsh beauty of Brittany
Brittany | Sometimes the region is viewed due to its rustic charm being a holiday region for individualists Brittany has far more to offer than beaches and the sea. Beautiful churches, medieval towns and prehistoric cult sites provide for interesting variety. Framed in by more than 1,000 kilometres of splendid coast that includes both great sandy beaches and breathtaking rock formations Brittany has a number of nice activities for your next vacation. A truly special day trip is the legendary monastery cliffs of Mont-Saint-Michel that are directly behind the border of Normandy. The breathtaking flair of this rock island is an absolute must.
The pleasant maritime climate and many sun hours make Brittany a popular destination with hikers and cyclists. One of the typical culinary specialties of this region is buckwheat pancakes that are best enjoyed with a jug of cidre.
Typical holiday accommodations for Brittany are the pretty massive granite houses with slate roof. The furnishings are mostly rustic and the built in fireplace i soften the cosy centre piece of the premises. Large properties offer a lot of space for all travellers and in some cases stretch close to the sea o rare in a protected location within a small forest.
According to atraveo customers popular holiday home locations in Brittany are Crozon, Plouescat, Saint-Malo, Kerlouan, Plouguerneau and Guisseny. Further information and tips you can find in the holiday home selection for Brittany and in our blog.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Moëlan-sur-Mer
show more can hire boats or try your hand at windsurfing along with a whole host of other watersports and activities. Moelan sur Mer is a short drive away and is renown for having a particularly striking coastline along which the tiny fishing ports of Brigneau, Merrien and Le Belon are scattered. These fishing ports have held onto their seafaring traditions for centuries and their harbours are always full of boats coming and going with their latest catches. Restaurants in Moelan sur Mer serve some of the best and freshest seafood in the region - oysters from the river Belon are a particular speciality. The city of Lorient hosts the Inter-Celtic Festival each year during the month of August, which gathers together thousands of artistes from all over Europe. The mysterious Neolithic standing stones are also well worth a visit.