The small town of Pluherlin is located within the French department of Morbihan, part of the Brittany region, to the far north-west of the country. Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Pluherlin will find that there is a good choice of self catering rental accommodation available here and in the larger town of Vannes, a few miles to the south. This accommodation includes town centre apartments and quaint French cottages, or gites, in the surrounding countryside.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Pluherlin will find that the town is ideally placed for exploring Morbihan and its unspoilt countryside. This can easily be enjoyed by car or bicycle. The more energetic tourists may wish to explore the area on foot, by following one of the many hiking routes which criss-cross the region. Pluherlin is also a short drive away from the beaches and coastal resorts of the southern Breton coast, such as Carnac and Quiberon. These resorts offer visitors enjoying their holidays in Pluherlin the chance to have a swim or to enjoy watersports, such as waterskiing or scuba diving.
Most visitors looking to enjoy their holidays in Pluherlin will be drawn to the nearby historical coastal town of Vannes. Here they will find a number of architecturally varied and interesting buildings, including the gothic Cathedral of St Peter, the medieval Chateau Gaillard and the baroque style Chapel of Saint-Yves. The town itself is lined by a number of typically Breton timber framed houses and is surrounded by the well preserved old city walls. Those tourists looking to while away the time people-watching, may wish to enjoy a glass or two of wine in one of the bars and cafés lining the town’s busy harbour area.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Plumeliau will discover that this area has a temperate, if not somewhat windy climate. Summer temperatures in Pluherlin can reach the early 30s degrees Celsius, whilst winters temperatures average around 12 degrees Celsius. Pluherlin receives an average annual rainfall of around 28 inches.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Pluherlin who are looking to take their own car may cross the Channel by ferry. There are regular crossings from Plymouth to Roscoff, or from Portsmouth to St Malo. There are also regular and affordable flights available to Nantes Atlantique Airport (NTE), some 60 miles away. Ryanair and Easyjet operate flights from London Gatwick (LGW), Leeds-Bradford (LBA), East Midlands (EMA) and Manchester (MAN) airports.