Baie d’Audierne, a wild natural area located south of the Pointe du Raz in the department of Finistère in Brittany and listed as a European Site of Interest
The Pointe du Raz or Raz Beg ar in Breton, the westernmost land in France, is classified as Grand Site of France and attracts over a million visitors annually.
St Meloir des Bois near Dinan boasts four antic columns whose origin is unknown but were part of buildings erected when Brittany was under Roman occupation
The modest Prieure Saint Etienne in the Forêt de Brocéliande, the oldest chapel in the department of Morbihan in Brittany and a listed Historical Monument
Traveling to Brittany from the UK by air, sea and land is easy as the region is served by 3 airports, Brittany Ferries crossings, good rail and road links
Eglise Saint Malo of Ivignac la Tour near Dinan, a Romanesque church rebuilt in the late 19th century and known for its unusual canted circular bell-tower
The Chene des Hindres, a 500 year old oak tree considered one of the oldest trees in the magical Forêt de Brocéliande near Paimpont in Brittany
Miroir aux Fees, a lake inhabited by a fairy and nestled in the deep of the Forêt de Brocéliande in the Valley of no Return, the domain of Morgan Le Fay
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