In Brittany, the ocean, forests and heritage offer holidaymakers unforgettable moments.

Between Morbihan, Ile-et-Vilaine, Côtes d'Armor and Finistère, Brittany offers different facets of a strong and complex identity. Here history, nature and culture offer a wonderful harmony. For your next vacation, don't wait any longer! Finally, treat yourself to the treasures of this fascinating territory.

Cities not to be missed in Brittany

Brest, Lorient, Quimper, Rennes, Saint Malo and Vannes… So many names that evoke in each of us a certain idea of Brittany. But don't miss Châteaubriant, Lannion, Pontivy, Fougères or Concarneau either. These cities of art and history will leave you amazed, and speechless. Then let yourself be seduced by Breton gastronomy, in one of the crêperies or one of the traditional restaurants of this sublime region.

Unmissable natural sites

Bordered by the English Channel, the Celtic Sea, the Iroise Sea and the Bay of Biscay, Brittany is deeply influenced by the presence of the sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The Quiberon peninsula, the Pointe du Raz, Roc'h Trevezel, the Gulf of Morbihan... But also Ouessant, Molène and Glénan, or the coastal path are all of Brittany's must-see sites. And this land is also endowed with wonders at its heart. The forest of Brocéliande or even the Monts d'Arrée await you for incredible adventures.

The emblematic historical sites of Brittany

En Britain, history has been written for millennia. The megalithic alignments of Carnac indeed fascinate visitors. In Saint-Malo, it is the ramparts that attract all eyes. The historic center of Vannes is breathtakingly beautiful. The Domaine de Suscinio, the historic center of Pont-Aven or the Roche-Jagu castle are also very popular with holidaymakers.

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