If you're heading away on a camping holiday in France then there can be few destinations that quite compares to the region of Brittany.
Not only is it home to an impressive array of historic sites and spectacular beaches, but there is also a number of lesser-known destinations that are perfect if you're looking to simply relax and unwind, leaving the stresses and strains of everyday life behind.
Here, we're going to provide a brief guide to some of the best places to visit in the region.
This is a great destination to visit if you're looking to get a good idea of life in Breton. There is a loads of good stuff to see and do here, including visiting the medieval castle and the popular doll museum.
And if you're a fan of nature, then a walk through the beautiful forest is worth enjoying too, as is a trip down the old canal.
This is a particularly enjoyable experience during the summer, when the sun is likeable to be out and you can make the most of the picturesque setting.
This is a charming village named after a revered Irishman who settled in the area.
However, the roots of the area date back well before the Middle Ages to a time when sailors brought prosperity to the region.
Among the impressive features that date back to this time is the architectural legacy that has been left behind by settlers.
So, if you're a bit of a history buff then this a destination that you must visit on a camping holiday in France.
If you consider yourself to be something of a foodie, then this is the perfect holiday destination for you.
It is well-known to foodies the world over for oysters, which have been cultivated in this fishing village for hundreds of years.
Whether you're travelling as an individual or as part of a group, Cancale is definitely worth visiting.
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