Between the heath and the coastal trails, discover unique places during your walks, without ever losing sight of the sea. The rugged cliffs are interspersed with bays and coves worthy of the most beautiful tropical beaches. The region’s iconic lighthouses are your departure points to go admiring the poetic pureness of the coastline. You’ll appreciate the pleasant Pink Granite Coast, or head for the Pointe Saint-Mathieu from where you can spot Ouessant, the westernmost island before America.
You’ll be able to visit the emblematic town of Carnac with its impressive, proudly-standing megaliths, one of the world’s most remarkable collections of menhirs and dolmens. The Gulf of Morbihan, whose name means “little sea” in Breton, is dotted with multiple islands, making it one of the most beautiful bays in the entire world!
Back on dry land, visit the medieval town of Dinan, encircled by ramparts. Unless you prefer the seaside resort of Dinard, famous for its lovely Belle Epoque villas, its British Film Festival and its beautiful marina. Lastly, pierce the mysteries of the forest of Brocéliande, at the centre of the legend of King Arthur.