From the city of the Dukes of Brittany to the north of Finistère, the Nantes-Brest canal crosses Brittany from one side to the other. From one lock to the other, along a preserved nature, this itinerary will lead you to the heart of small cities of character, at the foot of impressive small ports and castles... Dive into the heart of Brittany!
The impressive towers of the castle are reflected in the river Oust. Owned by the Rohan family, one of the oldest families in Brittany, it is the symbol of this beautiful town. Plan a half-day stroll through the charming streets of this "Petite Cité de Caractère" and visit its basilica
La Gacilly is a small town having a lot of great surprises in store. The streets, beautifully decorated with flowers, seduce as much by their old houses as by the work of the craftsmen who have settled here. In fine weather, the festival of photography is exposed on the facades, far from any cliché!
It is impossible to spend a vacation in Morbihan without a historical interlude. If Stonehenge is undoubtedly the most famous, Carnac is the most concentrated megalithic sanctuary in the world! So, during your stay in Morbihan, come and discover the alignments of Carnac
Choosing to visit Broceliande is both to immerse yourself in the imaginary world of a forest of legends and to discover the authentic - and somewhat secret - atmosphere of a tourist destination in the heart of Brittany. The Paimpont forest massif and its surroundings offer unique experiences
Celebrated for its university and cultural dynamism, Rennes combines heart and mind to become a stroller, friendly or surprising. At the corner of historic streets, a majestic facade, a concert hall, a trendy restaurant, a design store capture the visitor. To be explored freely...and by metro!
Capital of Morbihan, marina, fortified place, medieval city, city of art and history... From the tree-lined quays to the 15th century houses, the streets are full of the sweetness of life. Come and share this atmosphere!
Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages by walking along the steep street of Jerzual. The half-timbered houses with pointed gables bear witness to the past richness of the city. From the 14th to the 18th century, it was teeming with weavers, tanners... Today, it is an essential stop on any visit to Dinan. You will love to stroll around and dream in front of the glass-blowers' workshops that have settled there