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Brittany has an enormous variety of interesting places to visit whether you are interested in sporting activities, local history or simply relaxing on beautiful beaches. The stunning Atlantic coastline boasts many of the cleanest beaches in Europe with long sandy bays and secluded coves. If you enjoy taking a peak back into history you might like to visit Poul Fétan. It is a traditional Breton village dating back to medieval times, residents act out daily traditional crafts in historic costume.

Brittany is rich in archaeological sites and is home to the world famous standing stones of Carnac, just 30 minutes away. The region has many forests including the beautiful and legendary Brocéliande, where according to French tradition, King Arthur is supposed to have lived with his knights of the round table. A 20 minute drive will take you to the Château du Josselin set in the heart of a medieval town with its lovely gardens, dry moat and elevated towers.

I f you like art, 50 minutes drive will take you to Pont Aven, home to many of the impressionists. The town hosts a wealth of art galleries showing the work of local and international artists carrying on the artistic tradition of the region. The Bretons are very proud of their culture and hold regular fêtes, festivals and pardons. Throughout the summer open air concerts are organised where Celtic music is featured with live bands and all are welcome including children, to take part in the Breton dancing which accompanies these fêtes.

Well worth exploring are the many little islands of the Golfe du Morbihan. You can book day trips to tour the islands, for example Belle-Île-en-Mer and perhaps end the day sampling some of the world famous seafood from the region in one of the many fishing ports. If you prefer you can hire a boat and sail yourself around the coast.

For the children's entertainment there are zoos, aquariums and even a dinosaur park. The are plenty little coastal towns to explore such as Quiberon or Port Louis and delightful villages such as Rochefort-en-Terre, Pont Scorff - a centre for craftsmen (potters, glassblowers, jewelers, leatherworkers and artists) or La Gacilly with its tropical gardens. These are a few of the many places to visit, whatever your interests there really is something for everybody.

Ty Ivinenn Braz is situated:

2 km from Baud: Here you will find local shops and 3 big supermarkets. Bakers, Butchers, Bars, Restaurants and Crêperies. Other services in Baud include, Doctors, pharmacy and Banks.

Less than 10 mns: You will find Golf, Canoe, Kayak, Horse riding, tennis, karting. There are also the ancient villages of POUL FETAN at Quistinic and the village of L'an MIL at Melrand.

About 30 mns: You can visit the medieval town of VANNES . The Golf du Morbihan with its many islands.

CARNAC , its beautiful white sandy beaches

ERDEVEN kerhilio is the biggest fine sandy beach of Morbihan for wind surfing

GUIDEL beach, is located near to Lorient , where you will also find the famous Inter Celtic festival, which is held in the first two weeks of August.

Surrounding Areas:

CONCARNEAU, is where you will find the third French fishing port. The walls were built and fortifies with solid granite from the 15 th century.

DINAN, Is a port in an old town with a medieval chateau

JOSSELIN, Is a superb chateau constructed in the 15 th century, here you will find quaint shops of local handicrafts.

ILE DE BREHAT: A very typical Breton island with its houses of stone and gardens full of hydrangeas. Don't forget The Pink Granite Coast near PERROS GUIRREC

 


 

 

 

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