Muzillac is a small Breton town, located within the Morbihan department, to the far north-west of France. Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Muzillac will find that there is a select choice of self catering rental accommodation available within the town itself. For a greater choice of holiday rental apartments, townhouses and gites, the department capital, Vannes, is just 23 km away to the west.
Visitors spending their holidays in Muzillac will find that the town’s location, close to the shoreline of the Gulf of Morbihan, means that it is especially popular amongst those interested in water sports activities. The sheltered waters provide the ideal conditions for such activities as pleasure boat cruising, kayaking and bathing. The rugged coastline which surrounds this large bay boasts numerous sheltered bays and coves, as well as picturesque fishing ports and such popular traditional seaside resorts as Quiberon and Carnac.
Tourists enjoying their holidays in Muzillac will find that there are plenty of places of interest to discover close to the town. The historic towns of Pontivy, Pontchateau and St. Nazaire are all within a short drive away; as are the Neolithic standing stones of Carnac. Those seeking to indulge in a spot of retail therapy or cultural stimulation will also discover that the area’s largest towns – Rennes and Nantes, are both within an hour’s drive from Muzillac.
Visitors looking to enjoy their holidays in Muzillac will find that this part of France experiences a temperate climate, similar to that of Devon and Cornwall. Summer temperatures average at around 20 to 24 degrees Celsius, although they can reach a peak of around 30 degrees on the hottest days; whilst the temperatures in Winter will average around 8 to 10 degrees Celsius. The town receives an average annual rainfall of around 26 inches.
Due to the region’s relatively close location to the UK English channel, tourists looking to spend their holidays in Muzillac have the choice of travelling by sea or by air. Flybe operate regular flights from such regional UK airports as London Gatwick (LGW), Southampton (SOU), Exeter (EXT), Edinburgh (EDI) and Manchester (MAN) to either Rennes Saint Jacques (RNS) or Nantes Atlantique (NTE) airport, which is just a short drive away. Those tourists wishing to take their car will discover that Brittany Ferries operates a regular cross channel ferry service, with crossings from Poole to Cherbourg and from Plymouth to Roscoff.