Brittany is set up for holiday makers with plenty of things to do for all ages both outdoors and in. We will provide a selection of brochures from the local tourist office. Some thoughts:

Water related
Swimming – Sea at CarnacPlage, Grand Plage at Quiberon; Lakes at Ploermel – Lac au Duc has a beach, watersports, Lac du Guerdalan

Boat trips – Around the Golfe de Morbihan from Vannes website or to Belle Isle from Quiberon website You can hire electric boats to drive yourself down the Blavet from Pontivy or St Nicolas des Eaux

Canoes – great fun on the Blavet from St Nicolas des Eaux (15 mins away) canoes to suit every one, or in the Gulf website

Bike hire from the local tourist office. Great routes through the area, particularly along the riverside paths as they are flat. Also can hire them from Breton Bikes website and see Voies Verts website for "green routes"

Randonnees are well signposted and routes cover the whole of Brittany. Maps are available from newsagents and local tourist offices website

Plenty of courses generally under used, closest is Rimaison website also visit the Brittany website

See the standing stones at Carnac, visit the Aquarium in Vannes website Ferme du Monde website Zoo at Pont Scorff website or the Odyssaum also there to understand the life cyle of salmon website

Wet day thoughts
Go bowling in Pontivy Try the cinema Lorient for the U Boat pens and Eric Taberly sailing centre Chateaux at Pontivy, Josselin, Port Louis (Lorient)

Josselin Medieval Festival Pool at Loudeac Shopping in Vannes Josselin Medieval Festival Vannes Marina Josselin Street Sign Josselin Medieval Festival Canoeing on the Blavet Brittany Coast