Fall in love with the most beautiful, dramatic scenery when you embark on your activity holiday to Brittany. Situated along the coast, its vividly contrasting landscapes - pink cliffs, red rocks and jagged granite peaks - have made Brittany an artists' haven over the years, and now it's time for you to find your own hidden delights. What's more, the mild summer climate here makes it a perfect choice for a walking or cycling holiday.
Discover the backroads of Brittany on a cycling trip along coastal paths, quiet country lanes and pretty villages, where you'll also admire poppy-fringed beaches and stop off for relaxing lunches along the way. If the stunning landscapes, vibrant Mediterranean-style colours and turquoise seas aren't enough to entice you, how does cycling through ancient forests, visiting deserted little coves and dining on pink lobster, king prawns and silver oysters sound?
If walking is more your thing, we have something to suit you too. Experience the beauty of the Breton coast as you hit the footpath and venture through seaside villages with magnificent golden sand beaches, before making your way across heather-topped cliffs. In-between all the activities, you'll get the chance to relax at the likes of 16th century manors overnight.
If you want to upgrade your activity holiday in Brittany to include flights, you can expect an average flight time of 1.5 hours from London to Paris. After arriving in Paris, you will continue the journey to your chosen destination via train. To find out more information on flight prices and times, please get in contact with one of our team.
Brittany's Emerald Coast boasts some of the most stunning scenery in Europe, yet is relatively untouched by tourism. It's a landscape of pink-gold cliffs, deserted poppy-fringed beaches and traditional friendly Breton villages.
Visitors have long been drawn to the stunning white beaches of Brittany's Emerald Coast, yet the region remains largely unspoiled with traditional fishing ports, colourful country hamlets and beautifully preserved walled towns unchanged since the Middle Ages.