Loctudy villas, gites to rent, cottages and holiday rental accommodation. Holiday homes for hire and self catering properties to let for family holidays in Loctudy.
Loctudy, in the Bigouden area, is a pretty town, famous for its "ladies of Loctudy”, delicious lobsters that fishermen bring to the fishing port and sell at auction. A sprawling town you will find good restaurants everyhere in Loctudy, the long beaches are perfect for surfing and walking.
Beyond the marina you can enjoy the sandy beaches alternating with rocky points along the twelve kilometers of coastline. Possibility of boat ride on the Odet river or the Pont l'Abbe, excursions to the islands Glénan, deep sea fishing, sea kayaking, hiking tours.
Also see: the Loctudy Romanesque church, dating from the late 11th century and the beautiful mansion Kérazan, 16th and 18th century, home furniture, paintings and beautiful tiles.
Take a trip to the tiny fishing port of Belon where you can sample delicious native oysters at Chez Jackie or take the ferry to Ile Tudy which is charming for a day out.
Traveling to Loctudy is good both for self drive and fly drive holiday makers. The nearest ferry port is Roscoff 129km, then there is a good choice including Saint Malo 255km, Cherbourg 468km and even Calais 762km and the channel tunnel which are just within range for a days drive. There are direct international flights to Brest airport (BES) 102km (around 1 hour and 23 minutes by car) and Dinard airport (DNR) 241km (about 3 hours and 12 minutes drive).
The climate in Loctudy is affected by the gulf stream which runs along the south Finistere coast warming the sea and subsequently the air. From May to September its essentially warm and sunny though you can expect rain at least once a week. Families with children find it is ideal as it doesn't get too hot in July and August, the main school holidays.