Recommended company: Siblu Villages
Siblu Villages says
Brittany’s coastline is dotted with white-sand beaches, serene harbours, sheltered coves and a strong Celtic culture. There are frequent picnic spots, viewpoints and beaches to discover, and stunning views of craggy outcrops, blue-shuttered houses and the ever-changing Atlantic.
Beaches such as those at Port Manech and Rospico are never crowded, and have plenty of rock pools for children to explore. There’s also the ancient mystery of Carnac, France’s version of Stonehenge, where more than 2,000 standing stones, some of them over 20m high, stretch for two miles in perfect alignment.
A stay in Brittany isn’t complete without sampling the delicious regional food, such as salty oysters, savoury galettes and oozing sweet crepes. Many towns have weekly farmers’ markets brimming with fresh local produce that you can cook and enjoy in the comfort of your holiday home.
Accommodation in all our Brittany villages is in comfortable, well-equipped and spacious mobile homes located around woodland and close to the beach. Kitchen equipment is provided and even your bed linen and towels can be pre-booked if you prefer to leave space in the car for an extra bucket and spade.
As in every Siblu village, there’s a raft of activities and facilities on site including pools, children’s clubs, sports facilities, bars and restaurants.
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