Discover a selection of more than 10,000 vacation rentals in Brittany that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $90 per night, and houses and villas are popular options for a stay in Brittany. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Go barefoot on one of Brittany's beautiful beaches

Break out the striped t-shirts and espadrilles—Brittany is calling. Along the Atlantic Ocean, France's most northwestern region is also one of its most distinctive. With roots in Celtic history, Brittany has almost as much in common with Cornwall—or even Ireland—as it does with the rest of France. That said, you can still find plenty of regional dishes (crepes, anyone?) that are as French as berets and Gerard Depardieu. The coastline is a wonderland of riches, with white sand beaches and pink-hued cliff faces, as well as stunning medieval walled towns and distant islands—all of which make Brittany vacation rentals a magical choice.

Things to do

Brittany—more sights than you can shake a baguette at

It's a good thing Brittany has been blessed with such a delicious local cuisine, because you're going to need it to fuel all the sightseeing. The stunning walled port town of St. Malo was once a haven for pirates and merchants. These days, you can walk the city walls and winding streets, or visit Musee d'Histoire de St. Malo for a taste of its long history. Outdoorsy types will find plenty to entertain them while staying in Brittany vacation rentals, whether visiting Belle Ile, Armorica Regional Natural Park, or any of the ancient megalithic rock formations that dot the region.

Activities

Drop anchor and explore Brittany's coastline

Brittany's coastline is by far the region's biggest draw—in terms of popularity, it's beaten only by the Cote d'Azur. Wild and rugged, Brittany's beaches are all about adventure and exploration—but that doesn't mean you won't find a nice sunny spot for a bit of lounging. Hiking and biking are great ways to explore the coast, but for a deep dive into Brittany, a boat tour will give you a sailor's eye view of the region. And if you time your Brittany vacation rentals just right, you might be just in time to catch one of the region's many art and culture festivals.

Weather

Easy, breezy, beautiful—Brittany is a coastal cover girl

Sticking right out into the Atlantic, it should come as no surprise that Brittany has an oceanic climate. This means that although summers (June–August) can be warm and sunny, they can also be somewhat cloudy at times, with rain a possibility throughout the year. Temperatures in the summer months hover around the low 70s, while in the winter (December–February) they can regularly drop to the mid- to high 30s. Brittany is at its busiest in the summer, when the weather is best, but late spring (April–May) and early fall (September–October) could also be lovely times of year for a visit.

Natural features

Brittany is a land of myth, mysticism—and crepes

Steeped in both history and myth, one of Brittany's biggest draws is its archeological heritage, which can best be seen at Carnac. Its rugged coastline provides the perfect playground for children and adults alike where you can find all sorts of worthwhile pastimes—whether exploring rock pools and clifftops or lounging on a sandy beach. Many of the region's national parks include deep, thick forests that are ideal for getting lost in (pro tip: bring a map). Meanwhile, Brittany's medieval towns (such as Dinard, Dinan, and Roscoff) provide countless opportunities for a quick trip back in time.

How many vacation rentals are available around Brittany?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 18,645 vacation rentals around Brittany. From 11,351 house rentals to 529 villa rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.