02 Sep
Rennes Opera House

Exploring the city of Rennes

Rennes is the capital of Brittany, and France’s tenth largest city. Being in Brittany, it is easy to pop over to visit Rennes from the UK. Enjoy wandering through its medieval streets and taking in its picture-perfect vistas. Stroll past its half-timbered, higgledy-piggledy buildings in Place Ste-Anne, many of the street houses have wooden decorative


 

31 Aug
moules marinieres

Five culinary delights of Brittany

Seafood lovers are in for a treat in Brittany, as much of the Breton cuisine involves freshly caught fish and shellfish. In fact, this is a land of seafood; platters of ‘fruits de Mer’: oysters, clams, crabs, lobsters, mussels and scallops, you name it they serve it. The list goes on, John Dory, red mullet,


 


 


 

27 Jun
Chateau De Fougeres

Five things you can do with the family in Brittany

There are many things to do in Brittany, from spending lazy days on the great beaches to enjoying an enlightening day out in the region’s many historical towns. If you’re travelling to this beautifully diverse and culturally inspiring region of France with youngsters, take a look at the following five things you can do with


 

25 May
crepe galette

Discover the gastronomical delights of Brittany 

Tasting the local food and wine whilst on holiday abroad is as much a part of the experience as laying on the beach, slapping on the sun tan oil, or snapping pictures whilst visiting all the local attractions. Brittany has some mouth-watering gastronomical delights. Take a look at some of the foods you just have