See the fishing boats return with their catch on a warm summers evening in one of the many picturesque fishing ports.
Taste the delicious fresh produce in the numerous seafood restaurants in the beautiful seaside resorts. Sample the locally produced cider with mouth-watering crepes or salettes.
Take a trip to one of the islands, of which there are many and appreciate their unspoilt beauty and tranquillity or cruise along the calm navigable rivers and canals and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
Visit the charming Breton towns full of character and colour, browse through the lively local markets where you can buy anything from a needle to a anchor.
Brittany has its own language, customs and above all festivals. During the summer months there is an abundance of traditional festivals where a visitor can experience the wonderful traditions and culture of the Bretons.
Brittany was originally known by the Celts as Armorica, the land of the sea. It has a past full of legends and a reminder of its ancient history are the prehistoric megaliths for which it is famous.