defiantly into the Atlantic, France's northwest corner has long been
culturally and geographically distinct from the main bulk of the
country. Its Celtic name "Armorica," "the land of the Sea."
Visitors from all over Europe are attracted by
Brittany's many miles of smooth golden sand, its dramatic cliff
scenery, its ancient forests, pretty towns and villages, its culture,
the friendliness of the Breton people, and the ease of driving on the
many beautiful and often little used roads. There is a timeless charm
that this ancient province offers to all its visitors.
past swirls with the legends of drowned cities and Arthurian forests.
Prehistoric megaliths arise mysteriously from the land and sea, and the
medieval is never far from the modern.
This beautiful countryside offers you a chance to relax and follow most
sporting activities including fishing, cycling, walking etc. A visit to
the old churches and calvaries in the area is a must, along with a
visit to the pink granite coast with its beautiful beaches and
fascinating rock forms all within a short driving distance.