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Beautiful Places to Visit in Brittany, France

Nupur Lakhe Aug 1, 2019
This place is a must visit for its blue waters and pre-historic architecture. Brittany calls itself home to the world's largest collection of standing stones in one place, the Carnac stones.

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The Pink Granite Coast

A 30km stretch by the name of Côte de Granit Rose, is a treat to eyes with splashing blue water and pink granite rock coasts.

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Pointe de Pen-Hir

A Foreland of the Crozon peninsula. These cliffs are as high as 70 meters. The view is breathtaking and makes for a good walk at such a height.

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Fort La Latte

A medieval castle classified as monument historique from the XIV century by the sea. It is the most famous attraction Brittany provides.

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Carnac-Les Alignements de Carnac

When have stones on a green pasture looked so pretty? Carnac stones is a dense collection of Stone alignments, tombs and burial mounds. These prehistoric standing stones are pure granite and too picturesque.

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Dinan, the Prehistoric town of Brittany

Strode down the cobbled streets to soak in the beauty of these big half-timbered houses, the art galleries and the craft shops. You can find your best souvenir in this pretty town to take back home.

Nantes-Brest canal

This canal connects the seaports of Nantes and Brest through inland Brittany. The towpath provides for a great walk or bike time. The calm and serene atmosphere connects you with nature in marvelous ways.

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Petit Minou

Brittany is like a depot for lighthouses. Petit Minou is one such lighthouse providing a panoramic view of water and land. Timelapse of dusk after sunset in Petit minou lighthouse.

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Mild climate and beaches make Dinard a popular place to visit when in Brittany. This town offers the best of both the worlds; old town charm clubbed with spectacular beach experience.

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Saint Malo - The Port city

Grey roofs, grassy lawns with a view of the bay is beautiful to say the least.

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The Gothic style Saint Malo Cathedral in the center of the old town is a must watch as it depicts the history of this walled city.

Rennes, the Capital of Brittany

It is popularly known for the Grand Rennes Cathedral. The city has a vibrant night life, and has preserved the charm of both worlds; old and new. Museum of fine arts for art-connoisseurs is a must visit.