An exceptional area between land and sea

To talk about Brittany, we must set the scene: sandy beaches as far as the eye can see, tides that never stop coming … and going! The most beautiful waves of the Atlantic coast (in all modesty); oysters enjoyed with a small glass of chilled white wine, followed by a salty caramel crêpe, (because a Breton stives to have a balanced diet!) and our cities, such as Rennes, to remind us of the joys of civilization!

Then more locally Morbihan, here we dream of sailing between the islands of the Gulf; the sunny weather we have is similar to Paris (yup!); to stretch our legs we can walk coastal paths of extraordinary beauty and then order a galette (a savory pancake this time) with traditional sausage from Guéméné (for when you have had enough salted caramel!)

Auray Plast is located in Brittany close to the beaches

Finally, Auray, where the ocean meets the Ria d’Etel (imagine seagulls and small authentic ports). The medieval city of Vannes is on one side and Lorient (famous for a yearly international Celtic music festival) on the other and also, for those who prefer some greenery, typical farm houses bursting with hydrangeas. A visit to the port of St Goustan, to satisfy any remaining hunger, to taste a kouign amann, (a local delicacy, a very buttery cake) while listening to a bagpipe called a biniou (a veritable feast).