Brittany Cottage Rentals - the perfect way to enjoy this French holiday classic
A Celtic duchy for over a thousand years prior to its annexation to France in 1532, Brittany's fascinating history and rich culture allows tourists to delve into life in ancient France and familiarize themselves with the variety of languages and customs that abound in the area.
The major ancient sight of the region, which is very popular with those renting Brittany holiday homes, is the seaside resort of Carnac. Perhaps the main attraction of this resort is the megalithic remains that have stood at this site since the Neolithic period. In addition to the numerous menhirs, there are enormous stones constructed by the ancient tribes who inhibited the region, prior to the domination of the Gauls. The area is also full of prehistoric cementeries, semicircles and tumuli. Another good destination for a relaxed and idyllic holiday is: Andorra la Vella Villas
Brittany Holiday Lettings are steeped in history and full of interesting sights
Another prehistoric sight in the region that has been of the interest to tenants of Brittany holiday homes for many years, is the parish closes of St. Thegonnec, Gumiliau and Lampaul-Guimilau that were built in 1532. These monuments are of important symbolic value to Brittany's Catholic and Celtic heritage, as they represent the various cultures that have trodden the region for many decades. These sightsare unparalled examples of skillful craftsmanship and creativity. The exterior and interior of the churches give clues to the fascinating architectural imagery that was popular during the period in which they were built.
Another famous architectural marvel often visited by those renting holiday cottages Brittany, the Qumper, is situated in the centre of traditional Brittany,adjacent to the Odet and Steir rivers. This monument is made of ceramics and was built in the 17th century. Furthermore, the Gothic architecture of the Saint Corenting Cathedral is known for its beautiful ancient stain glass windows. The atmosphere of Pont-Aven makes visitors feel as if they have stepped back in time. The town is home to an artistic group called the 'School of Pont-Avent" led by a painter called Paul Gauguin, and its streets are filled with cozy white houses and sloping riverbanks. Besides the fascinating monuments and prehistoric atmsphere that delight those who choose a Brittany holiday, the coastline is the unmissable jewel of a holiday Brittany. The landscape is heavenly, the headland of Arcouest and the island of Brehat are amazing to gaze at at sunset as their sandy beaches and rusty rocks form magnificent hues of pink as the sunlight fades, hence why it is called the Pink Granite Coast.
Brittany Cottages and Brittany Holiday Homes are waiting to give you a perfect holiday with the ones you love
Some more ideas for magical summer holidays could be:
- Take a short 20 minute drive up the road and you could be sightseeing in the sun-kissed city of Marbella with Coin Villas
- Campania Apartments - take advantage of the 350km long beautiful coastline along with border with the Tyrrhenian Sea
- Whilst staying in Malta Villa Rentals, don't forget to pay a visit to the Megalithic Temples,one of the oldest buildings in the world and only one of Malta’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Brittany are house rentals and apartment rental. We search from more than 8,562 accommodations in Brittany to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo, you will find vacation rentals starting from €36 in Brittany. On average, accommodations in Brittany will have a size of 48 m² (Apartment rental) and 102 m² (House rentals).
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations in Brittany for a group. On average, the house rentals has space for 6 guests.