Make a holiday rental in Arradon, France your home away from home
Arradon holiday accommodation is located towards the south of Brittany, on the Gulf of Morbihan, which is famous for its natural beauty. Here you’ll be next to sheltered waters, ideal for a range of water sports, with a number of interesting towns and villages, as well as lovely scenery to explore close by.
Things to do in Arradon, France
Arradon self-catering holiday rentals are found in a part of France known for its mild and sunny climate, in a bay that is protected from strong currents and winds. Next to Arradon there’s 15 kilometres of coastline, providing creeks for swimming in the summer months. Sailing is especially popular in the area, with some 40 islands easily reached, and varied coastline to experience. Alternatively you could hire kayaks, and set off on little adventure with your family. On land there are a scenic coastal footpaths, as well as country lanes for cyclists to enjoy. And given the microclimates that this unique setting creates, there are a host of unusual bird and plant species to see in the area.
Ile aux Moines sits just across the water from Arradon self-catering accommodation and boasts a number of historic buildings, as well as some lovely beaches, with extensive walking and cycling paths throughout.
Arradon holiday accommodation is little more than a couple of minutes from the nearby town of Vannes. It’s a very picturesque location, known for its rich medieval history. The old town is still protected by centuries-old gates, and on the narrow streets here you’ll be able to see numerous half-timbered buildings. These house interesting shops or cafes. Among the must-see landmarks in Vannes is the town’s cathedral, which dates to the 1500s. The newly regenerated harbour would also be well worth a visit.
Places to visit on holiday in Arradon, France
There are a wealth of attractive old towns and villages that can be reached within a short drive of self-catering holiday rentals in Arradon. And also, if you hold an interest in prehistory, there’s Carnac, which is home to one of the most important megalithic sites in the region – made up of some 3,000 free-standing stones.
Weather in Arradon, France
Arradon holiday accommodation is located in a part of France that is known for its mild weather. Thanks to the Atlantic, winters are cool, but not freezing, while summer temperatures usually get up to the mid-20s or higher.
Cheap flights to Arradon, France
Rennes and Nantes Airports are both a little less than 90 minutes from Arradon holiday rentals, and can be reached from the UK with Flybe, EasyJet and Air France from Manchester (MAN), London Gatwick (LGW), London City (LCY), Southampton (SOU) and Exeter (EXE).