Rugged coastline, sandy beaches, impressive cliffs, secluded islands, spectacular landscapes everywhere.

It's impossible not fall in love immediately with Brittany beauties - even during the rainy season! The Pink Granite Coast, from Trébeurden to the island of Bréhat, is a pure delightful vision from the rocky coastline shaped by the ocean - cut by sand beaches, dunes and charming villages and towns such as Ploumanac'h. Saint-Malo is famous for some of the highest tides in Europe. 

And you can also do some island hopping on the gulf of Morbihan, visiting beauties such as Île aux Moines and Île-d'Arz. But Brittany is also full of historical towns and cities, like Gacilly and the amazing Rennes, with its gorgeous 17th century Parliament building, medieval houses and cobbled streets. 

Be sure to hike at least part of the coastal path Sentier des Douaniers and see the unique and mysterious forest Brocéliande.