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Quimper - Not only is Quimper the administrative capital of the Finistère department, it is also generally regarded as the cultural heart of Brittany. The town is known for its cathedral, atmospheric old quarter and museums but most of all for its annual festival celebrating Breton culture.
Morlaix Bay - With one foot in the Leon area and the other in Tregor, Morlaix nestles in an estuary enclosed by the foothills of the Monts d’Arrée mountains. This town, brimming with art and history, is lovely to look at, whether from below the tiered storeys of its famous half-timbered houses, or from the heights of its viaduct.
St Malo -Walking through the cobbled streets of St Malo’s old town feels like you’ve stepped back in time. This popular tourist destination and busy ferry port offers visitors an authentic glimpse into Brittany’s important seafaring past.
Return Condor High Speed Ferry Crossing from Jersey to St Malo
1 Night at the Hotel du Chateau, Josselin
2 Nights at the Hotel le Clos de Vallombreuse, Douarnenez
1 Night at the Hotel de Diane, Sables d'Or les Pins
4 Breakfasts & 3 Dinners
Return Brittany ferries Saling from St Malo to Portsmouth
Detailed Road Book with Maps, Drives & Attractions
Complimentary Car Parking at the Hotels
Commemorative Post Tour Rally Plate
Brittany - lying in the northwest corner of France, is one of the great historic provinces of France. The most Atlantic of France's regions, Brittany is proud of its Celtic heritage, that sets it apart from the rest of France. Cancale - Mention Cancale to a Frenchman or a foodie and the instant response will be ‘oysters’; the magnificent molluscs have been cultivated in this pretty fishing village for hundreds of years. There are also breathtaking views over the Baie de St Michel and scenic walks around the coast. Mont St Michel - The world-famous island abbey may stand just across the border in Normandy, but much of the phenomenal World Heritage Site Baie du Mont St-Michel forms part of Brittany. Try out different ways to appreciate the Breton half of the bay, including some very surprising culinary routes.
Dinan - without doubt one of the most attractive and best preserved small towns in Brittany. With its 1.8 mile (3km)-long ramparts, half-timbered houses, attractive port and cobbled streets filled with art galleries and craft shops, it’s worth a day of anyone’s time.
Hotel du Chateau, Josselin
Situated on the banks of the River Oust, facing Rohan Castle, Hotel-Restaurant du Château offers charming accommodation and free Wi-Fi. Guestrooms are equipped with a modern en suite bathroom, satellite TV, a telephone and a work desk. The restaurant serves authentic local cuisine in the medieval dining room with fireplace. In summer, it is possible to dine on the terrace and enjoy a panoramic view of the castle and the river. Additional facilities at the Hôtel-Restaurant du Château include an English-style pub and free on-site parking.
Hotel le Clos de Vallombreuse, Douarnenez
This hotel dates from the 19th-century and is just 300 yards from the beach and 550 yards from the scenic port town of Douarnenez. It offers en suite rooms, an elegant restaurant and an outdoor swimming pool. All the guest rooms at Relais du Silence Hostellerie le Clos de Vallombreuse have their own bathroom. Some of the rooms also have free Wi-Fi access and views of the garden, town or sea. A buffet breakfast is served every morning and can be enjoyed beside the pool in warmer months. The gastronomic restaurant blends regional products with fresh, local seafood. Free private parking is available on site.
Hotel de Diane, Sables d'Or les Pins
Located just 100 yards from the beach in Sables-d’Or-les-Pins, The Hotel de Diane features a gourmet restaurant offering cuisine made with regional produce, local fish and lobsters. A breakfast is served every morning and the dining room also features a fireplace. Satellite TV and free Wi-Fi access are provided in the contemporary guest rooms. Each room has a private bathroom and the rooms are serviced by a lift. The hotel is also a great base from which to discover the area's sights including, Saint-Malo, Frehel Cap and Castle La Latte. The hotel offers complimentary car parking.