23 February 2018 by Laura Habgood
Le Grange has recently been converted to a high standard by the owners to provide well-equipped and relaxing holiday accommodation in a quiet location at the end of a lane…
Beaches, Brittany, buzzard, Combourg, Deer, Dinard, Fougeres, garden, Golf, Golf course, Golf Courses, Golfer, heron, Ille et Vilaine, Kingfishers, Mont St Michel, Mont-Saint-Michel, Nature Walks, Normandy, Rance Valley, red squirrels, Rennes, Sand-Yachting, Sandy Beaches, St Malo, Walking, Walking in Brittany, Walks, wheelchair friendly, wild boar, Wildlife
09 November 2015 by Nick Haslam
With history, nature and liqueur on offer, it’s easy to understand why the Alabaster Coast is such an attractive destination, as Nick Haslam explains.
Standing high on the coastal footpath…
Alabaster Coast, Auguste Perret, Benedictine Palace, Caen, Church of Sainte Catherine, Coastal Town, Etretat, Fecamp, Honfleur, Le Havre, Nature Walks, Normandy, Pont de Normandie, Sainte-Catherine, Seine-Maritime, St. Joseph’s Church, Walks
14 August 2015 by Annaliza Davis
With half-timbered buildings, gorgeous boutiques and a marina leading to the open sea, Vannes seems to have it all. Annaliza Davis explains why this gem in Brittany tops the polls…
Breton culture, Brittany, Brocante Market, Cathedral, Coastal Town, Glenan Archipelago, Glenan Isles, gulf of morbihan, Ile Conleau, Iles de Glenan, Market, Markets, Morbihan, Museum, Shopping, Vannes, Walks
04 November 2011 by Ron Toft
Ron and Jean Toft decided it was high time to reward themselves with a well-deserved break in France – and Brittany’s diverse Armorique Regional Natural Park proved to be just the tonic...