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Getaway - Belle-Ile en mer
Off the Morbihan coast, the rich history of Belle-Île goes back to the Celts and Romans. Vestiges of these civilisations are still to be found on the island, as well as the fortifications erected by the engineers of the Kings of France (including those designed by Vauban).
Getaway - Guérande and La Brière Regional Park
Famous for its salt marshes, Guérande is also a medieval town of considerable appeal (its high town walls are one example). Near the walled town is the La Brière Park, a nature reserve with marshes, rivers and little islands that can be enjoyed on foot, in an open carriage or barge.
Getaway - La Baule
A well-known seaside resort on the Atlantic Ocean, La Baule is synonymous with an enjoyable holiday. It has a long, 9-km beach, a famous casino and a sea front reaching as far as Pornichet and Le Pouliguen: the town is entirely devoted to leisure and well-being.
Getaway - Locronan
Locronan was an important religious site for the Celts until it became Christian in the 5th century due to the influence of St-Ronan. St-Ronan's church, Pénity chapel and “Renaissance” houses made of granite make it one of the finest and oldest towns in Finistère.
On the nearby jag
Getaway - Mont Saint-Michel
Mont Saint-Michel stands in the Bay where the River Couesnon runs into the Atlantic Ocean. Perched on a rock, once an impregnable fortress and important centre for pilgrims, it is an extraordinary testimony to medieval architecture. At the foot of the mount, the wall walk runs around the old town,
Getaway - Monts d'Arrée & The Parish Enclosures
The highest peaks of the Armorican Massif rise up over a wild area of rough-hewn beauty between moors, heathlands and peat bogs, a land of myth and romance not too distant from Cornwall. The path to take is over Le Cragou heath and then through the valley of Yeun Elez up to the summit of Roch Tréve
Getaway - Perros-Guirec and the Côte de Granite Rose
From Perros-Guirec to Ploumanac'h, the “Pink Granite Coast” composed of strangely-formed rocks, shaped by the sea, is teeming with remarkable sights. Along the Excise men's path is the Rocher du Diable (Devil's Rock) or the Min Ruz lighthouse and the Coast visitors centre.
Getaway - Port-Louis, Quiberon and Carnac
The Morbihan coast citadel, Port-Louis was given its name by Louis XIII. Its original town walls, historic centre and yachting harbour have definite appeal.
Further along the coast is Carnac, on the way to Quiberon. Carnac is an alignment of hundreds of menhirs, still standing after five thousa
Getaway - Roscoff & Morlaix
The Northern shores of Finistère, sculpted by the whims of the Atlantic Ocean, present a grandiose appearance with their craggy cliffs, steeply-escarped islands, isolated rocks and magnificent beaches of white sand. This is a wild and constantly-changing landscape and offers myriad excursions wheth
Getaway - Saint-Malo and Cancale
An ancient Fortress (its walls are still standing) and home port for pirates and explorers (including Surcouf and Jacques Cartier), Saint-Malo, on the Emerald Coast has a definite charm of its own.
To the north, a few cables' length from the Pointe du Groin, Cancale is its counterpart. A fishing
Getaway - Vannes and the Gulf of Morbihan
This Gulf, situated between the Morbihan coast and the Rhuys peninsula is almost like an inland sea. This landscape that changes with the weather and tides is dotted with hundreds of small islands, offering an exceptional panorama that can be enjoyed by boat or during a walk along the