The beguiling towns of Brittany are littered with quirky customs, interesting sites, beautiful architecture and unmissable markets where locals and visitors flock to week-in-week-out, to pick up fresh produce and unique items they wouldn’t find anywhere else.
November can be a cold, dark and long month, as we patiently wait for Christmas to arrive. Why not do something different this November by crossing the Channel and heading to the culturally autonomous land of Brittany? If you’re really looking for an excuse to visit Brittany this November, you could always go to the
If there is one thing Brittany is renowned for it is its vast array of colourful, traditional and totally unique festivals. Not a month, or even a week, goes by without some kind of vibrant and traditional event taking place in this culturally autonomous region of France. The Festival of Blue Nets is one such
If you’re into listening to cool and sophisticated music in the most compelling of surroundings, why not visit the Brittany Summer Jazz Festival in Vannes? The festival runs from 28 July – 2August. The walled town of Vannes, which has been dubbed as being the most attractive sights in Brittany, comes alive with the sounds
If you are looking for things to do when you embark your ferry at St Malo this October then you should pop in to the Quai des Bulles Festival. What can certainly be described as being a festival with a difference, approximately 400 comic strip artists will show you the art of the exclusive world
Brittany and its brilliant love-affair with music festivals! Music festivals in Brittany take place throughout the year, in fact there is rarely a weekend in the province when some kind of musical event is not livening up the crisp and clear Breton air. Les Hiverautes festival 2013 Ensuring springtime on Brittany gets off to a rocking
If you are lucky enough to be in Brittany this summer then you may be interested in being informed about the 10th Jardin des Arts event. Running until 16 September 2012, this extraordinary art event features some inspirational structures and works of art that are based upon the theme ‘lien’, a slightly tongue-in-cheek abbreviation for
There’s no time quite as appropriate for planning your holidays as in January, for the simple reason that in January we all seem to need a bit of cheering up. For those of you who cannot wait a whole seven or eight months to go and holiday and like to take a break abroad in