With over 750 miles of coastline Briitany has an abundance of outstanding coastal property. The type of coastal property in Brittany that we feature include seafront villas, seaview apartments, traditional Breton houses, Longeres, townhouses, cottages and holiday homes.
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With regular flights to Brest, Dinard, Rennes and Lorient from the UK and Ireland, Brittany is easily reached by a short flight. Brittany is also well served by the ferry ports of St Malo, Roscoff and Northern France. With good roads throughout Brittany you will have a short and easy drive to your Brittany property from the UK.
Be sure to include the coastal properties of Brittany in your search for your dream French home.
Brittany Coast guide
Brittany’s north coast is varied and extreme, with long sections being open to the full force of the Atlantic Ocean. The area around Dinard
, Saint Malo and Cancale has been called the Côte d’ Émeraude (Emerald Coast) because of its rich green colour. The Emerald coastline remains largely unspoilt with gorgeous beaches and seaside towns. It is popular with English visitors, particularly Le Val-André and Erquy.
Inland from the Emerald coast is Rennes
, a lively, political and cultural city, and the capital of Brittany. Further west the coastline transforms with pink granite boulders and this stretch is called Côte de Granit Rose. Inland from St Malo is the picturesque Rance estuary, frequented by boats connecting both St Malo and Dinard with the medieval fortress of Dinan
The south coast of Brittany is home to many of the regions most famous sites. It also offers the warmest swimming waters. Many choose to holiday on this stretch of coastline, in particular the Gulf of Morbihan, in which La Baule which has the finest of the south coast’s beaches. The popularity of this area, has increased the property prices of the region. In particular La Baule is a property hot spot, and more highly priced than the north coast.
Many visit the megaliths (prehistory ruins) around the Morbihan, the site of Carnac may be Europe’s oldest settlement. The main Morbihan town of Vannes
has some of the province’s finest eateries including Restaurant de Roscanvec in the heart of the old town, with a wide ranging menu. The town is also known for its Jazz festival which takes place each July. The city of Lorient is a huge natural harbour and second most important fishing port in France.
Airports in Brittany include Dinard, St.Brieuc, Lannion, Landivisiau, Brest, Quimper, Lorient and Rennes. View Brittany flight information
Flights to Brittany
Visit the FrenchEntrée Flights to Brittany
flight map to view the airlines flying from the UK airports to Dinard, Rennes, Brest and Lorient.