As well as being home to an amazing array of beaches and historic sites, the French region of Brittany is also known for housing some spectacular natural locations. So, if you want a little more from your break than simply riding some waves or soaking up the sunshine, then there’s plenty of scope to do just that in this area of the country. Here, we’re going to outline some of the most attractive aspects of the nature you can expect to encounter on a camping holiday in France. Aber Wrac’h If it’s spectacular coastal views that you’re after then this is one destination that you simply must visit. The area is split into three distinct parts: Aber Wrac’h in the north, Aber Benoît to the south and ‘between the Abers’. Each of these is home to some lovely villages and is perfect if you want to take some memorable snaps. Hede et ses ecluses This 52-mile canal acts as a link between Rennes and St Malo, and is perfect if you wish to enjoy a walk or cycle in a scenic location. You can get some fresh air and admire the natural beauty as you make your way down the canal. One stretch of the canal in particular is not to be overlooked and that is the village of Hede, where you will find 11 locks in less than 1.2 miles. Le Croisic Although Le Croisic is known for its fishing industry, it is also home to a delightful port that was among the first tourist attractions in the region. In addition, The area is boasts some nice beaches and rugged coastline, so you can marry two of the most charming aspects of the region in one place. So, regardless of whether you are travelling as a family or by yourself, rest assured there’s plenty to keep you occupied in Brittany.
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