Fed up with incessant rain, floods and gale force winds? Morbihan in South Brittany has a warm, temperate climate due to the effects of the Gulf stream, with less rain during the year than Provence! The temperature in April and May can be similar to that of a typical summers day in the UK, with the mercury rising to 35 degrees by July and August. High pressure from the Azores promotes more than 2,200 hours of sunshine per year in South Brittany, whereas Northern Brittany has 500 hours less. The hottest day on record for Brittany was 4th August 1990 when the temperature in nearby Vannes soared to 39.1 degrees. Last year (2013) we set up the BBQ in April and dined outside nearly every evening until late October! If you're looking for a relaxing Gite Holiday in South Morbihan, France with the benefit of a warm micro-climate, our Gites offer the perfect solution

Gites Holiday With Great Climate in Morbihan
The Gulf Stream