The Essential

Varied landscapes, a strong identity, a profusion of heritage sites and a thriving cultural scene: it's all waiting for you in Brittany!
The coastline makes a strong first impression. Wild in parts, at the steep cliffs of the Pointe du Raz, at Cap Fréhel and along the Crozon peninsula, the landscape softens at the Morbihan Gulf, one of the finest bays in the world. Without further delay, take one of the coastal paths and explore the beauty of the different coastlines: the pink granite of Perros-Guirec or the emerald lying between Dinard and Cap Fréhel.
Brittany is also a land of myths, religious fervour and history. Wander into the Brocéliande forest and the parish closes (enclos paroissiaux) that are typical of lower Brittany, be amazed by the megalithic standing stones at Carnac, and take refuge behind the ramparts of St-Malo.
Last but not least, Brittany would be nothing without the Bretons. Not only sailors, fishermen, farmers and seaweed farmers, but also researchers, students and artists inhabit a region that is often extremely lively, as is certainly the case in Rennes, its capital.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Brittany
Belle-Île Belle-Île
The largest Breton island, Belle-Île
Côte Sauvage Côte Sauvage
Côte Sauvage
From ports to beaches, you will enjoy
Rocks Rocks
This coastline is part of the beautiful
Golfe du Morbihan Golfe du Morbihan
Golfe du Morbihan
This gulf, which is about 20km wide and
Pointe du Raz Pointe du Raz
Pointe du Raz
The magnificent Pointe du Raz headland,
Crozon Peninsula Crozon Peninsula
Crozon Peninsula
The Crozon Peninsula extends far into