Brittany

Bretagne

The Brittany peninsula enjoys much interest from tourists. They come not only for the seaside resorts, but also for the varied landscape and special culture. The name, in fact the same as Britain, suggests that there are interfaces with Great Britain. And if you travel along the coast, you will see that many of the country houses look English. No wonder, because many English people already found these coasts very attractive because of the climate and culture and settled here centuries ago. Breton is a Celtic language that is still spoken by many. Prehistoric menhirs and dolmens can be found around Carnac. In addition, Brittany has many characteristic villages and cities, the so-called 'villes d'art et histoire'. In short, plenty to see and experience in Brittany.

Dinard

Old seaside resort

Wealthy English discovered this seaside resort in the 18th century and settled there. Dinard was once the most elegant seaside resort in Europe, attracting many tourists even today.

Saint-Malo

Pirate City

The pirate town of Saint-Malo was almost completely destroyed in the Second World War. But it was rebuilt and the old town "between the walls" again looks like it was in the 18th century. The pirate town of Saint-Malo was almost completely destroyed in World War II. But it was rebuilt and the old part of the city "between the walls" looks like it was in the 18th century.

Lorient

Festival Interceltique

Every year, Lorient is the place of pilgrimage for the Celts. The music festival with a lot of street music attracts many visitors who can enjoy music, dance and traditional clothes. Too bad that nowadays entrance has to be paid for many performances.

Cycling routes

FT Saint Cast-le-Guildo

FT Saint Cast-le-Guildo

Grande Plage

Our cycling tour takes you from Bourseul to Saint Cast-Le-Guildo through the Côtes-d´Armor. Here is the "Grande Plage", a kilometer-long sandy beach that is unique in Northern Brittany.

Tips for campers and motorcyclists