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Bretagne

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  • 1. One of the most beautiful places in France is Bretagne, a large region of the northwest, whose capital is Rennes with a population of over 3 million inhabitants. Also one of the most important and historical regions of France . It has extensive coastline and its economy is based on agriculture and fishing and as a peculiarity, in addition to French, we speak Breton. BRETAGNE
  • 2. Like a stone boat aground at the mouth of the Rance River, Saint-Malo ramparts proudly displayed next to the beach and port. The facades and towers that emerge from the fortifications give the city a so typical silhouette.
  • 3. Dinan With almost three miles of walls, Dinan and the 14th century castle stand proudly along the river Rance. At the top, the half-timbered houses complete your visit ​ to this town with medieval character.
  • 4. Doëlan The ideal port, always ready to pose and look good in photos. It is a little gem situated in a sea of small valleys and orchards. All is as one would imagine: colorful fishing boats, huts of stone and whitewashed houses arranged in terraces along the banks, striped lighthouses…
  • 5. Saint-Goustan Passing through the bridge of the expressway between Vannes and Lorient is a port that attracts the view from the bottom of a river. This is Saint-Goustan. The port and its people have managed to overcome the centuries preserving its cobbled streets, the stone bridge, the halftimbered medieval houses and dynamic springs.
  • 6. Plougrescant Everything takes on an extra dimension. Islets that seem to glitter on the sea, tiny ports, doll houses with granite giants, boundless horizons and heavenly islands that extend far as the eye can see …
  • 7. Josselin The impressive castle towers are reflected in the waters of Oust. The castle, owned by the Rohan family, one of Britain's oldest breeds, is the symbol of this beautiful city.
  • 8. Locronan Locronan has entered the exclusive club of "small towns of character" and "the most beautiful villages of France" with strong arguments. Do not struggle to find the reasons when you see the central square and admire its beautiful homes and well in this beautiful medieval town.
  • 9. Audio: Mireille_Mathieu_Blue_Bayou

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