Bustling market towns, traditional fishing ports, Medieval villages, ancient stone circles, and obelisks are dotted all over this magical Celtic corner of France. It's historic, rustic, and a sun drenched destination with a very real charm about it.

Beautiful Brittany truly caters for all tastes and has a wonderful laid-back pace of life, a near relative of our own Cornwall but without the crowds. While camping in south Brittany hunt down a local festival, such as July's Fête de la Cornouaille which is Brittany's biggest celebration of Breton culture. For the more active, seek out some of Europe's top (and uncrowded) surfing and bodyboarding beaches and head for South Brittany's most thrill-a-minute family parks Des Menhirs and La Grande Métairie.

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"Loved this park, lovely location, good entertainment & bar" Kelly

Your Regional Specialist in South Brittany Deborah

“Brittany is great for first timers to France with short driving distances from the ferry ports. Breton parcs are always geared up for Brits with fantastic animation, excellent pool complexes and boasting a “Breizh” holiday attitude.”

Hidden Gem: Carnac

Famous for the largest collection of standing stones in the world, Carnac-Plage is a family seaside resort with five sheltered beaches backed by attractive 19th century villas. Buy your fresh shellfish direct from the local oyster farmers.

Old Favourite: Auray

This medieval town retains its charm of the old city with its cobbled streets and half-timbered houses. Visit the picturesque riverside Port de Saint-Goustan for cafés and excellent seafood and don’t miss the Biscuitier Chocolatier just before the bridge.

Local Cuisine: Cider & crêpes

Brittany's probably most famous for its cider (which has its own appellation d'origine controlée) and of course is the perfect accompaniment to its equally famed crêpes or galettes - wonderful sweet or savoury pancakes packed with anything from seafood to apples and fruit.

What to See & Do: The Pointe du Raz

France's version of Lands End. The country's most westerly point spectacularly lashed by the might of the Atlantic. It genuinely feels like the edge of the world. Stunning!

Festivals and Events: Fête des Remparts

Every July Dinan's population gather for one of the biggest medieval festivals in Europe. With jousting, medieval markets, open-air dances, and a parade, this is a perfect opportunity to discover the town from a new angle.

Beaches & Lakes: Domaine de Ker ys

Exotic, beautiful, and providing some excellent surf, this amazing sandy beach provides all any family could need - sunbathing, swimming and even take a go at some exciting beach wind surfing!