Brittany’s capital, located in the east of the region, has plenty of entertainment, shopping, and leisure facilties.
A fascinating old citadel with its delightful narrow streets, delicious restaurants and summer street entertainers.
The best preserved medieval town in Brittany.
A thriving Channel port and seaside resort The peaceful offshore island of Batz is worth a visit.
This picturesque riverside town with cobbled streets and half-timbered houses is the Regions oldest city and it’s one of the best places to experience the Breton culture.
France’s premier Atlantic Naval port with a rich maritime history, now a modern commercial city.
Large fishing port with a lovely old quarter enclosed by granite ramparts.
A lively commercial city with a well-preserved medieval quarter. A good base for exploring the islands in the Golfe du Morbihan.
A lively seaside resort and one of the world’s great prehistoric sites.
An upmarket seaside resort and yachting marina with a wonderful long sandy beach.
An impressive fortress town close to the Breton border.