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Breton specialities: the sweeter the better

While Brittany is famous for its rocky coast and Celtic traditions, it is also well known for its…

Cuisine

Visiting an oyster farm in Brittany

In the south of Brittany, on the banks of the small Belon river, the Cadoret family has been…

Little marine shirt

Behind the scenes of the manufacture of Armor-Lux…

In the factories in Quimper, in Brittany, Armor-Lux has been making its iconic blue-and-white…

Bigouden country

24 hours between land and sea at Villa Tri Men

Nestled in pines, just a short walk away from the small Breton port of Sainte-Marine, near Quimper,…

Seaside

Vacationing at Hôtel Barrière Le Grand Hôtel…

For 160 years, Hotel Le Grand Dinard has offered a world-class spa and an unequalled renewal for…

Fruit of the sea

The art of preparing seafood in Brittany

Oysters, fish, blue lobsters, shrimp and other crustaceous: seafood in Brittany is truly…

All aboard

All aboard! The Brittany coast from an old…

How about taking to the seas in Brittany to admire the beauty of the coast? It’s even better on an…

Short-lived labyrinth

When street art transforms an old building in…

Along the port of Vannes in Brittany, a former administrative building of 150 offices has been…

Treat yourself

All you need to know about Breton crêpes in 5…

The crêpe is THE Breton speciality: a small, sweet or savoury gourmet treat to enjoy on the go or…

Sea in the city

High tide season in Saint-Malo

There’s a true love story between the city of Saint-Malo and its high tides. It’s a story that…

Route du Rhum

Hop on board with skipper Maxime Sorel

Rising star of the Route du Rhum, Maxime Sorel will leave Saint-Malo for Guadeloupe aboard his…

Sentinels of the sea

From lighthouse to lighthouse in Brittany...

You have arrived at the west coast of the European continent — at Brittany's tip, Finistère's…

With the kids

2 days in Rennes: Perfect short break ideas for…

Rennes, the capital of Brittany, hordes historical sites, beautiful museums and grand parks. It is…

Mystery and magic potion

Hide and seek among Brittany’s megaliths

6,000 menhirs and over 1,000 dolmens... Brittany is home to the great stones of the Neolithic era.…

Rennes

Rennes boasts a 2,000 year old history and a lively cultural scene thanks to its 60,000 students.…

Hiking

5 active challenges to tackle in Brittany this…

Want to keep fit beside the seaside? Fancy taking the edge off the calorie-burn with a beautiful…

Sport

Brittany's Great Outdoors

Brittany is an outdoor explorer’s paradise, with a wonderfully varied geographical character and…

Art and craft

One to watch: Anaïs Bouilly, jewellery designer

Anaïs lives out in the countryside near Rennes, in Brittany. She returned to the land of her birth…

FUNDAMENTALS

Brittany: what to do, what to see...

This legendary peninsula offers adventurous visitors an ocean of landscapes, as well as an…

Beautiful towns and villages of Brittany

Holiday in quaint villages from the boutique filled streets of Locronan, or the Marina of…

Culture

All you need to know about the legends of…

In Brittany, from the Forest of Brocéliande to the Monts d’Arrée, magic is just part of the…

Culture

Nantes

Feel our top 5 sensory experiences in Nantes… See the château of the Dukes of Brittany, which…

Nature

A jaunt around Brocéliande with a women who gets…

The Forest of Brocéliande is a distant dream for some... But for Alice Bertrand, a photographer…

Golf

8 moments of pure, unadulterated golf in Brittany

Perfect links and well-watered greens, gourmet treats, and luxurious spas. Head to Brittany for an…

Seaside

Wandering around Brest with Mathieu Le Gall

Brest and the Plougastel peninsula are located at the furthest tip of Brittany. The photographer…

Culture

Saint-Malo

The city of the “corsairs”, a coastal capital and the jewel of the Emerald Coast, Saint-Malo has…

Cuisine

Brittany, a breath of fresh air

Breton specialties: varied and... very buttery! Brittany is a land of multiple facets, known as…

Natural sites of Brittany

Forests Much of central Brittany used to be heavily forested – today just patches remain. The…

Capital: Rennes

Brittany’s vibrant capital (External link) is just two hours from Paris by TGV and less than an…

Stunning islands

Brittany’s islands offer a complete change of scene and pace. Hidden coves, stretches of fine sand…