To See and Do
With it’s own language, traditions, folklore, colourful festivals and pageants and a people who are extremely proud of their culture, Brittany is a fascinating region to explore.
The region has an amazing 750 miles of twisting, turning coastline. In parts, there are towering cliffs and rugged rock formations creating some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in France, whilst elsewhere there are beautiful stretches of sandy beaches and hundreds of charming little sheltered bays and inlets, many of which form harbours for Brittany's traditional fishing villages. Inland, the countryside is equally diverse, with rolling hills, river valleys and forests, dotted with medieval towns and quaint villages. During the summer months, numerous traditional festivals take place throughout Brittany, particularly in the west of the region where the Breton culture is strongest.
Each area of Brittany has something different to offer and all are worth discovering so whether you choose a lively, popular resort such as Carnac or a more rural location off the main tourist track you will not be disappointed!