After a transfer from Paris, you will discover Mont Saint-Michel. It is home to an impressive medieval abbey that is perched on top of a rocky island and is surrounded by the waters of the English Channel. The Abbey was built in the 8th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island is also home to a small village, which is known for its narrow cobbled streets and charming old houses.
Saint Malo and Dinard are two popular destinations on the Emerald Coast of Brittany, France. A tour of these two beautiful cities would begin in Saint-Malo, a historic walled city known for its sandy beaches and charming cobbled streets. You would explore the city’s rich history, walk around and try some of the local specialties, such as buckwheat crepes and cider.
Next, you would head to Dinard, a picturesque seaside town known for its Belle Époque architecture and beautiful beaches. You would have the opportunity to stroll along the promenade and admire the views. You could also visit the Pointe du Moulinet, a stunning clifftop walk with panoramic views of the coast.
This day would be a wonderful way to experience the beauty and charm of the Emerald Coast. You would have the opportunity to explore two of the region’s most beautiful cities and sample some of the local cuisine, all while enjoying the breathtaking scenery of the Brittany coastline.
The Pink Granite Coast is a stunning stretch of coastline in the Côtes-d’Armor department of Brittany. It gets its name from the pink hue of the rocky cliffs and sandy beaches, which are made up of a type of granite with a distinctive pink color.
A tour of the Pink Granite Coast would begin in the town of Perros-Guirec, where you would have the opportunity to explore the beautiful beaches and coves of the region. You could visit the Ploumanac’h lighthouse, which offers panoramic views of the coast, or the Sentier des Douaniers, a coastal footpath that winds along the cliffs and offers breathtaking views of the sea.
Next, you would head to the town of Trégastel, drive by the Château de Costaérès, a 19th-century castle that offers stunning views of the coast.
Finally, you would visit the town of Plougrescant. A tour of the Pink Granite Coast would be a wonderful way to experience the natural beauty of the Brittany region. You would have the opportunity to explore some of the most stunning beaches and coastline in France, while also learning about the region’s unique geological features and cultural heritage.
A tour of these three cities would begin at Pointe du Raz, a rocky promontory that offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. You would have the opportunity to explore the rugged coastline.
Next, you would head to Locronan, a picturesque medieval village that has been designated as one of the nicest villages in France. You would have the opportunity to explore the narrow cobbled streets and visit historical landmarks such as the Saint-Ronan Church and the Maison des Cordeliers.
Finally, you would visit Quimper, the largest city in the Finistère department. You would have the opportunity to explore the city’s historic center, visiting landmarks such as the Saint-Corentin Cathedral and the Musée des Beaux-Arts. You could also visit the Place au Beurre, a historic market square where you can try some of the local cuisine, such as crepes and cider.
On the last day of this trip, you will be stepping in the largest megalithic complex of its kind, a major site of prehistoric Europe.
“Mor bihan” is Breton for “little sea”. Here, it’s hard to say whether the ocean has invaved the countryside or the other way around. Dazzling light, more islands and islets than you can count, and pretty coastal cottages… The gulf of Morbihan will be the last stop before transferring back to Paris.