The humble honey bee has, from the earliest annals of recorded time, had a close, symbiotic relationship with humanity. Brittany possesses a rich tradition of beliefs and superstitions surrounding bees and beekeeping.
Brittany is home to many of France’s biggest and best-known festivals and celebrations. Take your pick from rock, jazz, opera, food, boats, Celtic music, literature, photography or traditional cultural events. There is sure to be something to suit everyone’s mood and taste.
Here are some of the distinctive local drinks that you really must try in any visit to Brittany.
Some distinctive local delicacies from Brittany, France. Food that will give you a culinary taste of Brittany.
A quick overview of the festival known as Mardi Gras in Brittany; an event still popularly celebrated in this part of France.
Although not a region of France traditionally associated with cheese and wine, Brittany’s offerings are sure to surprise and delight.
Once, the main item of furniture found in the dwellings of rural Brittany was the closed bed or lit clos. The multi-function statement piece of its day.
A feast for the senses – the breads and butter of Brittany.
Highlighting the best of Brittany for the visitor; adding local colour to the travel guide