Itineraries in Brittany

Itineraries and travel ideas to better organise your visit to Brittany. Whether it is your first trip or you want to focus on specific areas.
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Whether this is your first trip to Brittany and you would like an overview of the region or whether you are returning and would like to focus on a specific area, we have created a series of itineraries for you that may be useful in defining your travel route. We have divided the itineraries according to the number of days you have available so that you can get an idea of how much time to dedicate to each stage.

2 weeks road trip in Brittany

Distance: 800 km | Duration: 2 weeks | Recommended period: June/July

This long itinerary will allow you to visit the main tourist destinations in Brittany, touching on the towns, the most important monuments and the stretches of coastline that are in the imagination of Breton nature. An itinerary that combines art and nature for a mix that will make you fall in love with Brittany.

  1. Saint-Malo and Cancale
  2. Dinard and Dol-de-Bretagne
  3. Rennes and Fougères and Vitré or the forest of Paimpont
  4. Vannes and the Gulf of Monbihan (2 days)
  5. Carnac and the Quiberon peninsula
  6. Concarneau – Quimper
  7. Douarnenez and surroundings (2 days)
  8. Roscoff – Morlaix
  9. Pink Granite Coast (2 days)
  10. Dinan – Erquy – Paimpol

Nature road trips

7-day road trip

Route: 400 km | Duration: 1 week | Recommended period: June/July

Brittany is full of protected nature parks, wildlife reserves, unspoilt beaches, wild cliffs, fascinating forests for regenerating walks and beautiful islands to explore by bike.

In short, all the ingredients for a holiday dedicated to nature and good air.

  1. Parc Naturel Régional de Briére
  2. Rhys Peninsula
  3. Réserve de Séné
  4. Gulf of Morbihan
  5. Belle-Ile-en-Mer
  6. Lac de Guerlédan
  7. Forest of Paimpont
  8. Huelgoat
  9. Crozon Peninsula

Road trip in 3-5 days

Route: 300 km | Duration: 3/5 days | Recommended period: June/July

If you love nature and willingly shun the overcrowded tourist spots and have a predilection for the intense emotions that only lonely, wild coastlines can provide, this itinerary is for you.

We will take you to the less-travelled places, lashed only by the wind and the stormy sea, passing by the most beautiful and romantic cliffs.

  1. Roscoff
  2. Ile de Batz
  3. Keremma
  4. Saint-Mathieu Bridge
  5. Crozon Peninsula
  6. Cap de la Chevre
  7. Cap Sizun
  8. Pointe du Raz

Brittany’s most beautiful villages road trip

Route: 815 km | Duration: 7 days | Recommended period: June/July

The Petites Cités de Caractère association, founded in 1975, brings together some 20 particularly characteristic villages that have managed to retain their old-world charm through a programme of careful renovation that respects their history and original urban design.

These villages are little-known gems that are often ignored by the tourist circuits, but which will be able to offer unhurried tourists a visit to authentic villages of great beauty.

We have therefore created for you an itinerary that touches on all the regions of Brittany via these small towns, a useful tool to supplement your travel route with a few stages de caractère.

  1. Combourg – Léhon – Jugon-les-Lacs
  2. Moncontour – Quintin
  3. Pontrieux – Tréguier – Roscoff
  4. Le Faou – Locronan – Pont-Croix
  5. Josselin
  6. Malestroit – Rochefort-en-Terre – La Roche-Bernard
  7. Châteaugiron – Bécherel


Brittany with children

Brittany with children

Brittany is a perfect destination for families with children who can discover legends, love history, immerse themselves in nature and enjoy unique experiences.
Menhirs in Brittany

Menhirs in Brittany

Brittany is home to a large number of archaeological sites from prehistoric times: from the famous Carnac alignments to the many menhirs scattered across the countryside.
Walking and hiking in Brittany

Walking and hiking in Brittany

Brittany harbours a fabulous unspoilt nature: walkers can range from the customs path to the Paimpont forest.
The GR34 Customs Trail, Brittany’s most celebrated coast path

The GR34 Customs Trail, Brittany’s most celebrated coast path

This wonderful walking route is a true nature paradise for those who love to walk and photograph the most spectacular corners of Brittany.