REGION : THINGS TO DO, PLACES TO VISIT
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There is an abundance of bustling medieval market towns a few of the best are Hennebont with it's impressive Basilica and ramparts are just 10 minutes away, Auray with it's delightful old port of St.Goustan is a must visit and Vannes with it's smart shopping centres and choice of hypermarkets.
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The recently restored medieval village of Poul Fetan, the standing stones of Carnac and the Chateau at Josselin with its magnificent pepper pot towers are all sites not to be missed.
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The famous Gulf of Morbihan (Breton for little-sea), where you can enjoy boat trips to it's hundreds of islands are all within half an hours drive and well worth a visit.
La Trinite-sur-mer is home to many of the world's top racing and there are regattas and sailing events taking place throughout the year.
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The beautiful Blavet river valley is nearby and offers some of the best course fishing around, it has a wide shady towpath, which is ideal for cyclists and walkers. Kayaking, canoeing and boat cruises are also available.
Other activities nearby include Camors Adventure Forest, superb for children from 6 years old and adults too.
There are equestrian centres near by ideal for novices to competent riders.
For the golfers there are at least six quality golf courses with 20 - 40 minutes drive. Visit www.formule-golf.com for local courses
all are pay and play.
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For food lovers, enjoy the wonderful restaurants and local seafood, taste wines from all over France at the local wine cellars and don't forget to sample the delicious gallettes, crepes and cider which are the Breton speciality.
The only problem our guests face is how to fit it all in and still have plenty of time to relax!