What an unusual marriage between a Breton "citadel of vertigo" and the world of booksellers and second-hand booksellers! Here, to reconnect with reading, the pen and the author, the calligrapher, the bookbinder and the illustrator.
Guémené-sur-Scorff is bathed by the river Scorff, and on its banks, dapper houses stand alongside manor houses, chapels, fountains... and the heritage of the princes of Rohan-Guémené. Gourmets and lovers of surprises never miss the andouille festival. Guémené-sur-Scorff, a medieval town nestled in the valleys carved out by the Scorff, developed at the foot of its motte castrale. It was founded in the first half of the 11th century
In the heart of the Pays d'Antrain, in a magnificent setting, Bazouges-la-Pérouse, a small town full of charm and character, invites you to discover its remarkable heritage, its natural areas and the Pommé, its ambassador product.
On the edge of Rennes, the castle town shows its independence. To linger in this thousand year old town is to feel its overflowing energy translated by a cultural and event policy...
The imposing towers of the castle immediately catch the eye. From the top of the crenellated walkway, there are beautiful views over the park, the town and the Lac Tranquille.
The river has made Châtelaudren a strategic place, a privileged place to live. Thanks to a clever hydraulic system, it has protected...
Long stretches of sand facing the Atlantic or a more intimate cove on the gulf side. A gulf that deserves another day, on board a boatto see islands and islets and to make a long stopover at the Ile aux Moines or the Ile d'Arz.You can get there by bike with over 100km of GR34
- Ornithological excursion to the marshes of Suscinio and its castle in Sarzeau- Branféré Animal and Botanical Park- Tascon Island crossing in Saint-Armel-Entrance to the Gulf of Morbihan at Port-Navalo - Arzon
Proud of its built heritage and its preserved landscapes, the Pays de Rennes has a remarkable tourist identity. Its natural heritage, its strong architectural identity (Rennes, Châteaugiron, Bécherel, castles, manor houses, earthen houses, etc.), its gastronomy and its many cultural facilities are its main arguments for seduction. Come and stroll through the narrow streets of Rennes and its Thabor park with its large flower gardens, the capital of Brittany.
- Parc du Thabor- Duguesclin Tower Park- Château and Bois Cornillé and Saint Aubin du Cormier- Château des Rochers Sévigné- Rocambole Gardens- The Canut Valley- The Manoir de L'automobile in Lohéac- Aeroclub, Balneotherapy, Leisure centre, Bowling, Casino, Racecourse, Children's games, Karting, Paintball, Theme park, Tourist trains, Maritime transport, Bike-rail, Vivarium - Aquarium, Zoo - animal park...
Come and discover the tourist area of Fougères / Saint-Brice-en Coglès. Rich in an exceptional heritage, you will not be able to miss the unmissable town of Fougères, classified as a town of art and history, especially known for its historical monuments and more particularly for its castle, the largest medieval castle in Europe. For nature lovers, 200 km of footpaths have been laid out to criss-cross this territory covered with a varied and multiple vegetation. Come and enjoy a friendly stay in the country of Saint-Brice en-Coglès. Numerous fun and sporting activities await you, including canoeing and kayaking on the Couesnon valley towards Mont Saint-Michel, accrobranche (tree climbing), climbing and horse riding, not forgetting the leisure parks for young and old.
The must-haves:- City of Fougères and its castle- City of art and history, Vitré and its castle- Les jardins des Renaudies - Floral Park in Mayenne
The tourist region of Saint Malo is one of the nine historical regions of Brittany of which Saint Malo is the capital. A seaside resort and Breton privateer city, Saint Malo is a destination not to be missed. You can visit the old town with its narrow streets, its ramparts and the history of its great travellers (Jacques Cartier, Duguay-Trouin, Surcouf, Chateaubriand, ...) thanks to the little tourist train and contemplate the bay of Saint-Malo and its spectacle of the largest tides in Europe. Another seaside resort, Cancale, where you will have the pleasure of tasting the oysters of Cancale right on the quay facing the sea and the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel! Not forgetting the famous Côte d'Emeraude and Cap Fréhel on the horizon and the small town of Saint Coulomb, which is a popular holiday destination.
The must-haves:- Cancale and its oysters- Saint Malo Castle; Combourg Castle; Dinan Castle- Dinard and Sain Malo golf courses- Museum 39-45 Dinan- The Dunes of Roz Ven- Bourbansais Castle and Zoo- Grand Aquarium of Saint Malo
The Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. When the sea retreats, the Bay becomes a nature reserve and a place for a wide range of activities. It is also a vast space for hiking, nature outings, the discovery of a particular fauna and flora... Multiple landscapes, a whole panel of colours changing during the day and the seasons.The Bay offers the astonishing spectacle of the largest tides in Europe. The sea then discovers one of the most important French mussel and oyster farming sites. Cherrueix, in the heart of the Bay, is the scene of a unique sporting activity, sand yachting, wide open spaces and wind. The Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel is part of the club of the most beautiful bays in the world.
The must-haves:- The Mont Saint Michel- Bretagne Mongolfier: flight over Mont Saint Michel, Brocéliande- Granville
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