Brittany

La Pointe du Grouin - Ile des Landes, Chenal de la Vieille Rivière and lighthouse

Pointe du Grouin, a rocky spur south of the Baie du Mont Saint-Michel

La Pointe du Grouin, a rocky spur and protected natural site on the Emerald Coast in Brittany, marks the south boundary of the Baie du Mont Saint-Michel

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Colonne du Guesclin – La Motte-Broons

The Colonne du Guesclin was erected in 1841 on the site of the Château de la Motte-Broons, the castle of Bertrand du Guesclin that was pulled down in 1616

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Dol de Bretagne picturesque medieval town

Dol de Bretagne peaks above a former marsh located 8km inland from the Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey, and boasts an exceptional medieval architectural heritage

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Baie d’Audierne – Finistère department

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

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Ile de Sein – Raz de Sein – Finistère

Ile de Sein, a tiny island located off the Pointe du Raz in Finistère in Brittany, and along a 25km long granitic formation known as Chaussée de Sein

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Pointe du Raz – Cornouaille – Finistère

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.

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St Meloir des Bois – Antic Columns – Brittany

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

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Prieure Saint Etienne – Broceliande Forest

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

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Traveling to Brittany from the UK

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

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Eglise Saint Malo – Ivignac la Tour

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

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Chene des Hindres – Oak Tree – Broceliande

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

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Miroir aux Fees in Broceliande Forest

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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La Pointe du Grouin - Ile des Landes, Chenal de la Vieille Rivière and lighthouse

Pointe du Grouin, a rocky spur south of the Baie du Mont Saint-Michel

La Pointe du Grouin, a rocky spur and protected natural site on the Emerald Coast in Brittany, marks the south boundary of the Baie du Mont Saint-Michel

Colonne du Guesclin – La Motte-Broons

The Colonne du Guesclin was erected in 1841 on the site of the Château de la Motte-Broons, the castle of Bertrand du Guesclin that was pulled down in 1616

Dol de Bretagne picturesque medieval town

Dol de Bretagne peaks above a former marsh located 8km inland from the Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey, and boasts an exceptional medieval architectural heritage

Baie d’Audierne – Finistère department

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

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