This most westerly part of France is famed for its pretty beaches (rock or sand - you choose) and postcard-perfect villages. One of the most accessible parts of France (from the UK) it is a perennial favourite with second home owners and holiday makers.
The local Breton language has been making a bit of a comeback in recent years and is being taught again in schools.
Fans of celtic music will find plenty of cultural interest here.
Finistère, Côtes-d'Armor, Morbihan, Ille-et-Vilaine
Getting there and getting away
Airports: Rennes, Brest, Lorient, Nantes
TGV stations : Rennes, Nantes, Brest, Quimper, Lorient
Bird watchers, fishermen, walkers and nature-lovers in general will apprec ...Read more ...
Named from the latin Finis Terrae, quite literally the end of the earth (t ...Read more ...
The most easterly of the Brittany departments, Ille-et-Vilaine is famed fo ...Read more ...
Like most of the Brittany area, the Morbihan enjoys a wonderful, convolute ...Read more ...