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Make a Holiday Rental Cottage in Nicolas-des-Eaux, France, Your Home Away From Home

Nicolas-des-Eaux lies midway along the Blavet valley, in the French department of Morbihan. This sits on the south side of the peninsula of Brittany, across in the north-west of France. It is a small, pleasant village, that was once an important river port; now it is a much-loved tourist destination, sitting in the idyllic Breton countryside, not far from Carnac. Visitors on their holidays in Nicolas-des-Eaux have a good range of rental self-catering accommodation to choose from. The local valleys have many rustic gites available for rent, along with grander cottages, farmhouses and holiday apartments in the town itself.

Things to Do on Holiday in Nicolas-des-Eaux, France

The Blavet valley, with its gentle inclines, and meandering river, offer the holidaymaker a perfect canvas upon which to paint their daily activities. A long distance track stretches upstream to Pontivy, and downstream to the estuary at Hennebont, over 40 miles along which the visitor can walk, run, ride horses or cycle. The river itself is furnished with a number of canoe way stations, and it is a beautiful stretch of river to kayak down; the river is also said to offer great fishing. Further south, around Lorient, there are excellent beaches for sailing, surfing and sand yachting. Yachts for the sea, rather than the beach, can be hired at harbours of La Trinité-sur-Mer and Etel, whilst on your holidays in Nicolas-des-Eaux.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Nicolas-des-Eaux, France

Perhaps the most popular attraction, in the environs around Nicolas-des-Eaux, and maybe the most popular in Brittany, are the awesome and ancient standing stones of Carnac. These megalithic monuments are some twenty miles south and are scattered in fantastical and mystical patterns across this misty landscape. It is believed they were placed in the megalithic era, some six thousand years ago and are an absolutely essential sight to be seen whilst in Brittany. Carnac also has gorgeous beaches of its own, some sheltered, some wind-blasted; but the towns of Lorient and Vannes offer some respite from the elements. Here you can sample the other delights of Breton culture - the excellent cheese, cider and fine food, as well as some of the unique crafts that Brittany is rightly famed for.

Weather in Nicolas-des-Eaux, France

A temperate, mild clime is awaiting visitors on their holidays in Nicolas-des-Eaux, one where there is a sensible mix of sun and wind, rain and cloud. In the summer, it can be quite hot, with temperatures in Nicolas-des-Eaux reaching the high twenties degrees Celsius. Winters are relatively benign, if a little wet, and the Morbihan region can easily see some 25 inches of rain spread throughout the year.

Travel to Nicolas-des-Eaux, France

Those looking to stay in cosy self catering accommodation in Nicolas-des-Eaux can drive and then cross the Channel by ferry (from Plymouth to Roscoff, which takes around six hours, or Portsmouth to St Malo, which is considerably longer). A faster alternative, for those not inclined to drive, is to fly. UK flights connect to either Nantes Atlantique Airport (NTE) or Rennes-Saint Jacques Airport (RNS), from a number of UK airports. Airlines operating flights to these two airports, include Ryanair, Flybe and easyJet, flying from London Gatwick (LGW), Leeds-Bradford (LBA) and Southampton (SOU).

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Well equipped, comfortable cottage.

5 of 5
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The cottage was clean ,comfortable and well equipped. A minor issue with the WiFi was quickly resolved for us.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 01, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

Amazing location, well worth the visit.

4 of 5
The description of St Nicolas lived up to all it said - AMAZING! Well worth the visit. We enjoyed the local bars and eateries from pain au chocolate and croissants being delivered by the beep of a horn at about 0820 every morning (except Monday) just outside the house, to crepes and gaufres served until 9pm just around the corner. So convenient. We hired bikes for the week and enjoyed kayaking and swimming in the river. Local town is about 4 miles away and has a good selection of supermarkets and local eateries, banks etc. We had 2 great days surfing at Quirberon just an hour away on the Atlantic Coast. The house is great for 4 but the lorries at night can be quite noisy. Whilst traditionally beautiful, squeaky floorboards would make it a hassle to share with friends possibly. The lack of garden is no problem although didn't discover the outside clothes line until the last day. Parking is free just across the road so car is very safe. We really enjoyed our stay. There is lots to do on the doorstep.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 25, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017