Located close to the Brittany town of Quimper, Loctudy is a French settlement based on the coast. If you are thinking about staying in this area, then look further into taking a holiday rental house in Loctudy. Furnished and decorated with that personal touch that makes it feel more like a home-from-home, you will instantly feel at ease from the moment that you arrive. Self catering accommodation in Loctudy means that you can avoid eating out for every meal, and instead, prepare the occasional meal of your own, using some of the wonderful locally grown produce.
Visitors on a holiday in Loctudy will be pleased with the amount of activities that they can try during their stay. Being so close to the coast, there are many water sports that you could try such as windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and surfing. Inland, the countryside lends itself to cyclists who will find many quiet routes winding their way through. Other activities that are possible include hiking, fishing, climbing and golf.
Brittany is famed for the diversity of its outstanding heritage sites. You could visit Carnac, whose megalithic stones date back many thousands of years. This is certainly worth a day trip. Closer to your self catering accommodation in Loctudy, visit the cathedral at Quiimper and explore the town in general. This part of Brittany is awash with small villages with their origins dating back to the medieval period. If you have the use of a car, you could combine visiting one or more of those villages with a general drive along the coastline, where stunning, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches will reveal themselves.
If you are considering a holiday in Loctudy, then you can expect a climate which is generally warm during the summers and mild during the winters. In a way, it is comparable with the weather that the Cornwall region of the UK experiences. So, during the summer months, especially July and August, day time averages of low-twenties degrees Celsius are the norm. Rainfall is at its lowest during this time. The winter months of November and December are the coldest, when the day time averages are around 9 degrees.
To begin your holiday in Loctudy, you will either be flying or driving. Driving is certainly longer, but the benefits of having a car during your stay will far outweigh the negatives. If flying is more your style, then you might like to know that the closest airport is at Brest (BES). Being a regional airport, flight options are limited, but connections to UK airports such as Manchester (MAN) and Birmingham (BHX) are possible courtesy of Flybe.