Luxury holidays in Brittany

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Areas in Brittany

When to go

Brittany is in full swing between April and October; in winter, many shops, restaurants and cafés will be closed. Give August a miss if you want to skip the hordes – it’s prime holidaymaker time.

Getting there

  • Planes

    Air France ( flies from Paris Orly to Nantes, Lorient and Brest. Ryanair ( will get you to Brittany (Nantes, Brest and Dinard) from various regional airports in the UK, including Liverpool and Leeds.
  • Boats

    The Breton ports of Saint-Malo and Roscoff are linked to Portsmouth and Plymouth, courtesy of Brittany Ferries (
  • Trains

    Take the Eurostar ( to Paris, then connect to Vannes, Lorient, Quimper or Brest; for Rennes, connect at Lille.
  • Automobiles

    There’s a lot of territory to cover, so pick up a hire car from the port or airport, or roll yours onto a ferry.
  • Taxis

    You can’t flag down taxis, so make sure to book in advance.