First-time visitors to the French region of Brittany will be familiar with the impressive array of beautiful beaches that you will find here. However, there are also a large number of gems that are, broadly speaking, undiscovered by the majority of tourists. Here, we're going to provide a brief guide to some of the must-visit destinations if you're enjoying a camping holiday in France. Saint-Just et L'ile Pies Brittany's second largest megalithic site, Saint-Just et L'ile Pies, consists of a collection of stone structures that are unique across Europe. So, if you're keen to learn a little more about the evolution of the region then this would be a good place to start. What's more, you can also take the opportunity to enjoy the splendor of the surrounding area, which is noted for its impressive diversity in flora and fauna. Becherel If you're a fan of literature, then this is one destination that you cannot ignore. That's because it is home to a year-long calendar and a truly charming atmosphere. There are loads of great book tours in this area of Brittany, so feel free to take a leisurely stroll around the town and pop into one or all of the 15 bookshops that are located here. The literature covers a wide spectrum of interests too, meaning you're unlikely to walk away from these stores empty-handed. Pointe St-Mathieu and Le Conquet Keen to enjoy a scenic view? Well, this is one destination that is worth considering if you're on a camping holiday in France. You can enjoy some spectacular views across the water and take some memorable snaps as well. Further inland, meanwhile, there's the opportunity to make the most of the beautiful French countryside, which is home to lots of spectacular wildlife. Why not make the most of the scenery by having a picnic in the sunshine?
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