Brittany is famous for its rich history, unique culture and natural beauty, but also for its charming coastal villages. These villages have managed to retain their traditional character and picturesque charm despite the growing influence of tourism. In this article, we'll explore some of Brittany's most beautiful villages. And if you can't visit them, we've got the solution for you at the end of this article!
LocronanLocated in Finistère, Locronan is often considered one of the most beautiful villages in France. Its cobbled streets lined with stone houses, ancient fountains and 15th-century parish church give it a unique medieval charm. The town is also famous for its local crafts, including textile making and pottery.
Rochefort-en-TerreRochefort-en-Terre is another medieval village in Morbihan. It is perched on a hill and offers spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. The village is famous for its colourful half-timbered houses and its 12th-century fortress, now a museum.
Saint-SuliacSituated on the north coast of Brittany, Saint-Suliac is a charming fishing village with white and grey stone houses. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with picturesque walking trails along the coast. The village also boasts an 11th-century Romanesque church and a small marina.
La Roche-BernardLa Roche-Bernard is a medieval village in the Morbihan department, on the banks of the Vilaine river. The village is dominated by its castle and its 14th-century tower, which offers panoramic views over the river. The village is also known for its art galleries, restaurants and local market.
DinanDinan is another picturesque medieval village in the Côtes-d'Armor. Its narrow, winding cobbled streets are lined with half-timbered houses, craft shops and cafés. The town is also famous for its 13th-century fortress and ramparts.
Paimpont is a village in the Brocéliande forest, famous for its Arthurian legends and fairy tales. The village is surrounded by a dense and mysterious forest, with crystal-clear lakes and rivers. Visitors can visit the chapel of Sainte-Suzanne, famous for its medieval frescoes.
Located in Finistère, Le Faou is another charming village in Brittany with stone houses and cobbled streets. The village is dominated by its 16th-century parish church, which boasts remarkable frescoes and stained glass windows. The village is also known for its local markets and cultural events.
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