If you're looking for a European destination to enjoy a memorable summer holiday, then you'd be hard-pressed to unearth a site that offers the all-round appeal of Brittany.
There is so much to see and do in this charming area of France that it's sure to be difficult to narrow it down to a few activities in the space of a few days.
Here, though, we're going to highlight a few of the best places to visit on your next camping holiday in France.
Pointe St-Mathieu and Le Conquet
The area of land in this part of Brittany connects the Atlantic to the bay of Brest. From here, you are able to enjoy some amazing views of the landscape as well as a number of nearby buildings.
You can, in fact, catch a boat in this part of the region and enjoy the views from the sea itself.
This valley town is an absolute charm and one that is definitely worth visiting if you get the opportunity to do so.
It is home to a medieval castle that looks quintessentially French on first look but is in fact heavily influence by Italian styles.
The castle actually had to be rebuilt following mass destruction during the revolution and is today one of the hidden gems of the region.
This delightful part of Brittany is surrounded by 12 km of coastline and is well worth seeing for yourself.
During the summer months, in particular, it is an absolute pleasure to stand by the water and look out across the ocean.
Indeed, this is the perfect way to put your everyday stresses and strains behind you.
There really is so much to see and do in the region that there's no chance that you'll be short of things to do on your next break to the region.
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