A "Discovery" walk on Île-de-Bréhat
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Guys I know I said that Dinard won my heart yesterday but as it turns out, so did Bréhat. The two places are so different from each other but they are both equally attractive. Bréhat Island can be quite busy at times (in the heat of summer, they can get up to 8000 visitors daily) but if you’re not afraid to take the beaten path, it reveals itself to be a gorgeous haven of peace and quiet. This picture was taken at low tide but at high tide, most of the land in front of us is submerged. . @francefr @tourisme_bretagne #VisitBrittany #exploreFrance
The Art & Culture team discovered this little corner of paradise renamed "the Island of Flowers" of Brittany for the variety of its flora and the beauty of its landscapes. Bréhat is only about ten minutes by boat from the tip of the Arcouest in Paimpol. And yet, the change of scenery is palpable!
Guided walk on the Cap d'Erquy
The Gastronomy and Local Products team learned a lot about this active fishing port known for its delicious St James shell, impressive hiking trails, the unique colour of its pink sandstone, and its ten gorgeous sandy beaches!
Later in the afternoon at Spa Marin du Val-Andrée, the two travellers enjoyed an “Escale Breiz” ritual treatment based on Breton products: buckwheat, black wheat, and honey.
Exploring the Huelgoat Forest and hiking the Monts d'Arrée
The Between Land & Sea team visited the legendary Huelgoat Forest ("high wood" in Breton) which has inspired many popular stories with its odd-shaped rocks and menhirs. They then went on a hike to the Monts d'Arrée, an ancient mountain range in western Brittany that is part of the Armorican massif. The Mountains are composed of Paleozoic sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.