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Price and Availability Index in Brittany
Holiday Letting Price Information in Brittany
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Brittany. Brittany is most expensive in July (13/07 - 20/07), when prices are on average £94 a night. The cheapest week is in October (05/10 - 12/10). Prices fall to an average of £66 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Brittany
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Brittany (in %). More people travel to Brittany during a week in August (03/08 - 10/08). So far, 50% of the Brittany holiday lettings are occupied this week. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Brittany in September (21/09 - 28/09).
The Weather in Brittany
Check out the climate diagram for Brittany. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Brittany in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
A Brittany holiday letting is your door to culture, fun and coziness
Brittany is the western most region of France and is divided into four sub-regions: Finisterre, Cotes d'armor, Morbihan and Ille et Vilaine. With a Brittany holiday letting , you have the opportunity to explore the different parts of these sub-regions, depending on which of them you choose. Although each of them has its own atmosphere, Brittany is a destination that has everything in one place: beautiful beaches, historic towns, good food, plenty of opportunities to practice sports, activities for children and a lively night life.
The way to your holiday in Brittany
Brittany it is only a few hours west of Paris. There are a few airports serving the region that you can choose from depending on the proximity to your Brittany holiday letting . Travellers coming from mainland Europe can drive, take the train or fly. Visitors coming from Great Britain or Ireland also have the option to take a ferry into one of the two ports of entry.
Day trips throughout Brittany
Keeping your Brittany holiday letting as a base from which to explore will give you plenty of choices for day trips into the surrounding cities, towns and countryside. You will have lots of interesting destinations to choose from and going even longer distances within the region could take around 2-3 hours.
Rennes, the capital of the region, has a vibrant art scene with contemporary works scattered through town and has some very impressive museums, such as the Museum of Fine Arts of Rennes. In Carnac, the thousands of neolithic megaliths are a mysterious location worth visiting, while its seaside resort offers relaxing spa treatments at the Thalassotherapy centre. In Quimper, take time to stroll through the city centre, soaking in the atmosphere of streets filled with timbered buildings, explore the impressive Gothic Cathedral and visit one of the many shops selling traditional Quimper ceramics, which are handmade and hand painted locally for the perfect souvenir.
Of course, by choosing a Brittany holiday letting for your trip, you will find yourself surrounded by sea, as the region is a peninsula and thus there are many superb beaches to choose from. The Emerald coast, surrounding Saint-Malo and stretching through 120km, has many pleasant beaches perfect for swimming, sailing and sunbathing. The town of Perros Guirrec has excellent bathing beaches, spas aplenty and casinos. The perfect combination: relaxing during the day will let you get ready for that added excitement in the evenings.
The famous Mt. St Michel, with its splendid abbey and fortified town sits atop a small mountainous island that is connected to the shore by a causeway. It is quite an interesting place and is surely worth a day trip. It's only around 60km from Rennes or 54km from Saint-Malo, in the neighbouring region of Normandy.
Getting everything ready
After your arrival at your Brittany holiday letting , it is time to get all the essentials. The region has three main supermarket chains: Carrefour, Intermarche and E. Leclerc. In addition, every Saturday one of the best Farmer's markets in France is hosted in Rennes. This is the perfect opportunity to buy fresh, local and seasonal produce including seafood ato stock up on for the days ahead.
Brittany - Rugged Land of Ancient Celts
Pointe de Pen-Hir
Located to the south-west of Camaret-sur-Mer, this promontory has 70m high cliffs and offers sea views that reach as far as the headland across the ocean bay.
The Cathedral of Saint Corentin of Quimper is a 13th c. gothic structure, surrounded by narrow old streets, and filled with beautiful stained glass windows and atmospheric side-chapels.
Great Aquariam Saint-Malo
Home to 11.000 marine animals, the aquariam highlights different ocean ecosystems, such as the abyssal ocean zone at a depth of 3000m to 5000m below sea level where jellyfish, crabs and anemones live.
This dense collection of megalithic stones, such as menhirs and dolmens which were used to build structures in prehistoric times lie near the village of Carnac in the south of Brittany.
Pointe du Grouin
A rugged bay with breathtaking sea views, this headland in the north of Brittany looks out over the Mont Saint Michel, just 25km away.
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