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Saint-Malo, The Pink Granite Coast, Quiberon, Belle-Ile-en-Mer…
Marked by its maritime heritage and its wild coasts, Brittany will also seduce you with its traditional culture: music, dance, festivals and customs.

Intertourisme, specialist in organizing trips to Brittany since 1981

Intertourisme is a company specializing in organizing trips to Brittany. Our passion is to introduce our customers to the wonders of this unique and authentic region.

We are committed to offering unforgettable travel experiences by providing quality services so that each customer can enjoy a unique and personalized experience.

Our team works in close collaboration with local players to design circuits that meet the expectations and needs of our customers, while offering them the opportunity to discover the splendors of Brittany.

Whether you are looking for a family, couple or solo vacation, Intertourisme is the reference for tailor-made trips to Brittany.

Which places to visit in Brittany?

In Brittany, there are many interesting places to visit. You can start in the city of Rennes, the capital of Brittany, which is home to many museums, beautiful parks and gardens and historical monuments such as the Parliament of Brittany.

Next, travel to Saint-Malo, a fortified town on the northern coast of Brittany, famous for its ramparts, beaches, port and local gastronomy.

The town of Vannes, located in the Gulf of Morbihan, offers preserved medieval architecture and a pretty marina.

Nature lovers can explore the Brocéliande forest, a legendary forest said to have been the birthplace of the famous King Arthur. Finally, don’t miss the Carnac alignments, a set of mysterious megaliths dating from the Bronze Age.

What monuments can we discover in Brittany?

Brittany is a region rich in heritage and history.

Among the monuments to discover, we can cite the famous Saint-Pierre cathedral in Vannes, the Saint-Sauveur basilica in Dinan and the Saint-Corentin cathedral in Quimper. The medieval walls of Saint-Malo and Concarneau are also essential places to visit.

The legendary menhirs and dolmens dating from prehistoric times can be found in Carnac, on the Atlantic coast, as well as in Locmariaquer, at the entrance to the Gulf of Morbihan. The strong castles of the region are also worthy of a visit, such as the castle of Josselin or the castle of Suscinio.

Finally, Mont-Saint-Michel, located in the north of Brittany, is an architectural marvel not to be missed.

Which villages to visit in Brittany?

Brittany is a region of France famous for its picturesque and charming villages.

Some of the most interesting villages to visit include Saint-Malo, a fortified coastal town with stunning sea views, and Dinan, a medieval town along the Rance River.

Who doesn’t know Dinard and its Belle Epoque villas? On the Emerald Coast, the resort has remained a place full of charm and always chic from where it is pleasant to contemplate the Rance and Saint-Malo. Unless you prefer the charm of the seaside resorts of Saint-Lunaire, Saint-Briac and Lancieux nearby.

Forget everything you think you know about Brest. Come and discover an endearing maritime city with growing dynamism, in one of the most beautiful harbors in France. On the program: a descent of the Rue de Siam like diving into the harbor, an exceptional aquarium, joyfully converted sites… All this on foot, by bike, by bus or tram and even by cable car!

In the harbor of Brest, between Léon and Cornouaille, sea and river, Landerneau has a remarkable architectural heritage. Its flagship is the famous Rohan Bridge, one of the last inhabited bridges in Europe. All around, beautiful dwellings from the 16th to the 19th century mark your route.

Nestled at the bottom of the estuary, Pont-l’Abbé, Historic Town is perceived by Maupassant as “the most Breton of the towns of Breton Brittany”. Its castle, the inhabited bridge which gave it its name, its shipowners’ and merchants’ homes evoke its proud history. It is in this land of legends, in the heart of the Bigouden country, that the famous headdress has taken off, honoring the skill of the embroiderers.

Even from afar, Saint-Nazaire is attractive. The curve of its cable-stayed bridge, with its red and white posts, softens the horizon. Huge cranes and gantries stand alongside a shell that extends beyond the buildings. Fortunately, with these extraordinary charms, the city remains warmly human!

Quimperlé, The Isole and Ellé rivers meet under stone arches to give birth to the Laïta, which the tide rises twice a day. From the quays, the city peacefully flourished as it reached the heights. With the religious monuments of its origin, it has associated medieval streets and testimonies of port and commercial life. A story to explore from the Pont-Fleuris to the Ursulines Chapel!

She knows how to cover her tracks! At the gates of the Gulf of Morbihan, 2.5 hours from Paris, Vannes is the medieval city with a touch of madness, the marina with a rebellious side. Pretty, gourmet, cultural. Its extraordinary heritage brings everyone together, as does its vibrant energy all year round. For the rest… always try to catalog it!

Zen but in full effervescence, Rennes combines the heart with reason to be strolling, friendly or surprising. Along its cobbled streets, we fall for a vibrant terrace, an Art Deco facade, good little restaurants, a market, a festival, a designer boutique. To explore freely… and by metro!

An impressive granite silhouette that dominates the city… As soon as you arrive in Fougères, the tone is set. Nestled at the foot of the largest fortress in Europe, the half-timbered houses and cobbled streets have lost none of their charm. Before your eyes, almost a thousand years of history!

It’s difficult to resist this jewel that is the enclosed town, set in its fortifications in the heart of Concarneau and one of the most beautiful bays in Brittany. However, as you escape from its coastal paths and narrow streets, other charms are revealed, in its fishing port or on its beaches.

Carnac, famous for its alignments of menhirs, is also an essential place to visit. Locronan, a small stone village dating from the 16th century, is a perfect example of traditional Breton architecture.

Rochefort-en-Terre, located in Morbihan, is a colorful and flourishing village, considered one of the most beautiful villages in France.

Nantes, in the Pays de la Loire region, you can greet Anne de Bretagne at her castle, see private mansions swinging, go shopping in a historic monument and ride a giant elephant before having a drink in factory.

Saint-Brieuc draws from its plural faces a vibrant panel of colors. From the green, like its three valleys and the paths that border it, to the blue of the sea and the blond of its beaches, mixed with the thousand colors of its Art Deco and Street Art nuggets… A joyful patchwork in motion, to discover with your hair blowing in the wind!

In the shadow of the Brient castle, half-timberings, towers, corbels, a covered walkway, alleys and alleyways outline the medieval heart of the town. Continuing this journey through time, Châteaubriant tells another story, inspired by the 18th century buildings and the bourgeois constructions erected from 1860 which highlight the Haussmann style…A little spirit of Paris on Breton soil!

The beating heart of the East India Company, Lorient cultivates the spirit of the great epics. His history ? It is nestled everywhere, in its architecture, its ports, a living, very strong link to the sea. Festive, a mix of the open sea, the art of living, culture and unique addresses, we cannot miss this atypical city!

If you like landscapes between land and water, you will be charmed by the Redon marshes. Here, the Vilaine, the Aff and the Canut have created magnificent valleys which offer a lovely setting for walks between marshes and architectural variety. To be discovered by boat!

Quimper, Kemper in Breton is the confluence. Dream name for the city of art and history with 3 rivers, an alliance of fresh and salt water, nature and stone, centuries-old know-how and modernity. In Quimper, the ocean flows up the Odet river. Legendary king, Gradlon poses between the spiers of a slightly misaligned cathedral. We are amazed by the creativity, the little Venice atmosphere, the pretty places, the relaxation… A surprising city!

Former episcopal city of Léon, today an active vegetable and horticultural capital, the historic city of Saint-Pol-de-Léon has the charm of a port city. With 13 km of coastline, its bay is home to a seabird reserve. Proud of its prestigious past, evidenced by a remarkable religious heritage, it is also a territory focused on the future, welcoming numerous research laboratories.

Historic town, capital of Trégor and gateway to the Pink Granite Coast, Lannion elegantly combines tradition and modernity. Private mansions, manors, former convents and cloisters offer a subtle architectural palette while its technology park brings a breath of innovation and energy to the life of the city.

The pretty town of Pontivy is well worth stopping for a day! On the program: the imposing medieval castle of Rohan, the corbelled houses of the old town which contrast with the rigor of the Napoleonic buildings and further afield a myriad of small chapels to discover.

Six pretty little Breton ports

With their quays lined with terraces, their colorful streets, their pontoons jutting gently into the sea, the small Breton ports have an irresistible character. Postcard landscapes on the coast, they are nonetheless very lively places to live. You will fall in love with the charm and atmosphere of these six ports, among the most picturesque in the region.

Saint-Goustan (56)
Doëlan (29)
Sauzon (56)
Sainte-Marine (29)
Camaret (29)
Dahouët (22)

Breton drinks

Brittany can also be discovered over a drink. Beers, ciders, whiskey and chouchen distill all the strength and character of the Armorican lands. In cider houses, breweries and distilleries, share the aromas and manufacturing secrets of these regional alcohols during a tasting at the producer.


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