The Breton peninsula which enjoys a privileged setting, is an ideal place to get away for a weekend. Between the Atlantic Ocean and English Channel, it is the region of France with the longest coastline. The region consists of four départements: Côtes d’Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine and Morbihan. The Brittany region is directly accessible from the UK thanks to the cross channel ferry routes and their arrival ports of Roscoff and St Malo.
You can discover the diversity of Breton landscapes on foot or by bike along hiking trails and bike paths or along the Breton canals.
Touring in Brittany, for a short weekend break or a long holiday, means discovering the many historic events that have built the region over several centuries. Be transported by the beautiful landscapes of the region and by the cultural outings and walks it offers. Unwind by participating in an aquatic sport, by opting to stay in a spa or visiting the Breton islands by boat such as Bréhat and Ousessant ( Ushant), or the archipelago of the Sept Îles.
Brittany has many treasures: the bay of Mont Saint Michel, the ramparts of Vannes, Belle-Ile-en-Mer, the Ville-Close of Concarneau, the Broceliande Forest and many others … Of course you must not forget to taste the traditional Breton crêpes and galettes which have a well-deserved reputation.