Brittany has the greatest concentration of megalithic sites in the world. These megaliths range from single standing stones to complex alignments stretching for miles and massive man-made tumuli the size of a small hill. Older than the written word, their meanings remain clouded in mystery, shrouded in superstition and folklore.
One of the world’s most infamous lost cities is said to lie beneath the waves off the west coast of Brittany.This magnificent city was damned and destroyed by the wrath of God and is now said to be home to the mermaids of the coast.
A look at some of the best beaches in Brittany to discover.
A brief overview of the wolf and werewolf superstitions in Brittany
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.
For centuries, artists from across the world have been drawn to Brittany in an attempt to capture the beauty of its landscapes and unique quality of light.
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.