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Brittany is a French region made up of four very different departments, yet united by this common belonging: Côtes-d Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine and Morbihan.
A holiday destination par excellence, Brittany has fishing ports and farmland, tourist sites and mysterious places, woods and forests, stories and legends, museums and leisure parks. It is a land of contrasts that offers a real patchwork of places to discover. You can come here to enjoy water sports, take part in the many music festivals, such as the Inter-Celtic Festival or the Vieilles Charrues. Brittany will present you its chapels, but also its menhirs and dolmens... It will also let you discover its islands : Belle-Île-en-Mer, Bréhat, Ouessant, Molène, Groix, Les Glénans... Brittany can also be explored on foot on the thousands of kilometres of hiking trails, such as the GR 34, which runs along the coast for almost 2,000 km! From Cap Fréhel to the Pointe de la Torche, from the pink granite coast to the Finisterian abers , from Océanopolis to Brest, to the zoo of Pont-Scorff, from the medieval city of Dinan in northern Brittany to the Gulf of Morbihan in southern Brittany, passing through the forest of Brocéliande and the Armorican massif, not forgetting the bay of Mont Saint-Michel and the Bigouden country. A tourist guide about Brittany will make you discover all kinds of natural sites, but also restaurants where you can taste delicious pancakes, kouign-amann, oysters and other sea products....