As providers of quality yet affordable holiday rentals in France, here at Jantom Holidays – we’re here to provide you and your family with the perfect holiday atmosphere, whatever your tastes!
We’re situated in the beautiful area of Benodet, Brittany, a prime location for local goings-on and an abundance of attractions, history and culture that is sure to keep the whole family entertained.
So, if you’re still wondering where you should jet off to this Easter – here are just a few reasons why we may just have the perfect getaway you’ve been looking for!
If you’re a culture lover – we’ve got the perfect place for you. Amidst the North West tip of Brittany’s coastline, by the Atlantic Ocean, the region of Benodet is highly regarded as a picturesque escape for many, offering tradition and ancient Celtic heritage in every corner. The Breton language is still widely spoken, and its origin is closer to the Celtic languages of its Cornish, Welsh and Irish cousins.
Don’t forget to visit one of the most impressive castles throughout France during your stay, too! The breathtaking Château in the town of Josselin is a must-visit for all!
Situated amongst Brittany’s expansive coastline, you’ll be able to discover the valleys, forestry and a stunning network of picturesque beaches during your stay. You’ll never be disappointed with the south-facing sandy beaches that offer plenty of entertainment for the kids, including trampolines and a water park, and if you’re looking for a place to explore – there’s an array of greenery and fairytale-like woodland to enjoy!
The Local Cuisine
If you’re a foodie – the abundance and quality of locally produced foods throughout the area offers a palette of simple yet traditional Breton cuisine. From natural flavours to elaborate and rich sauces, Breton is known for its seafood, and local meats which feature as a must-try for many of the local restaurants, cafes and beachside eateries.
Crepes are a regional speciality, and come in two distinct varieties, a sweet desert crepe served with sugar, honey, jam and jelly, or the savoury sarrasin variety, made from buckwheat flour and served with eggs, cheese and bacon.
When it comes to drink, Brittany cider is frequently drunk with various foods, as well as wine. The popular wine, Muscadet, comes from the extreme Southern point of Brittany, and is a dry, fruity white wine that is often enjoyed alongside oyster dishes. Beautiful and flavoursome food and drink is a crucial part of the Brittany experience.
So, if you’re looking for the ideal destination for a couples retreat, a family holiday or a solo getaway this Easter – choose Brittany. For more information, or to speak to one our friendly and helpful team – please do not hesitate to contact us on 07977 458 126 today!