• Quimper Tourist Office

    Quimper, town of art and history. It stands at a confluence and crossing at the head of an estuary, two thousand-year old town of Gallo-Roman origin. Located by the river Odet, Quimper has always been a sheltered place and a crossing point. As far back as the roman conquest a Read more [...]

  • Rennes Tourist Office

    Brittany’s capital will no doubt surprise you with its rich and diverse heritage. A weekend is not enough to see all its iconic monuments and sites. Here are some of the exciting historical or symbolic sites to be visited during your stay: SAINT-YVES CHAPEL, SAINT-PIERRE CATHEDRAL, THE PORTES MORDELAISES, PLACE Read more [...]

  • Roscoff Tourist Office

    Roscoff today combines the pleasures of the sea with the charms of a small town of character. Adventure and great relaxation await you. Extraordinary garden The Roscoff peninsula is particulary protected. The influence of sea currents guaranties very mild winters and has allowed the developpment of an exuberant exotic garden Read more [...]

  • Saint-Brieuc Tourist Office

    The bay of Saint-Brieuc is first and foremost a vast coastal space of cliffs, inlets, dunes, promontories and beaches (fifteen in all). The chemin des douaniers (the “customs path”), a communicating pathway running along the coast of Brittany, once used by customs officials and coast guards, is today open to Read more [...]

  • Saint-Malo Tourist Office

    St Malo is named after the Welsh monk Mac Low, became in the sixth century bishop of Alet, ancient cradle of the modern city, founded in the mid-twelfth century, on a rocky island neighbour. From the thirteenth century, inhabitants of Saint-Malo captured enemies’ ships. In 1308, they had a sworn Read more [...]

  • Dinard Tourist Office

    Enjoyment, relaxation and well-being, all in a protected environment… DINARD reveals the different aspects of its appeal throughout the year. Not only are there walks along the seafront amid superb scenery sports and leisure activities, entertainment, sea trips and trips along the River Rance to enjoy, but also the simple Read more [...]

  • Lannion Tourist Office

    Lannion is nature and landmarks. Visit Castel Erek with its granite promontory and vast panoramic view. But also, discover stand up paddling. The nautical base of enables more of us earthlings to leave “dry land”. Children and adults alike have chosen ‘stand up paddling’, a board propelled with a paddle. Read more [...]

  • Lorient Tourist Office

    The Lorient area, a land of encounters in the heart of south Brittany. The fresh breezes blowing from the north west and the warm winds coming up from the south meet here to create a landscape of contrasts, subtle plays of light and a climate that is undeniably mild: the Read more [...]

  • Brest Tourist Office

    Bordered by the sea and by the very tip of Finistère, Brest is a natural city with more than its fair share of lovely walks. Surrounded by remarkable natural sites, the city centre is jam-packed with green spaces and places to stroll. A wander along the coast, a picnic with Read more [...]