A favourite haunt of of one of our guest bloggers is a nature reserve at Séné, near Vannes in the Golfe de Morbihan. It is a very unassuming place with a small car park, a couple of picnic benches and 4 hides for viewing wildlife in the marshy areas.
Nicola, one of our guest bloggers, has an ideal solution for a rainy afternoon out when you’re visiting Brittany… a visit to Voyajoueurs near Monteneuf.
Nicola has a soft spot for the beach at Damgan in Southern Brittany. It is beautiful, unspoilt… and quiet, as most of the English holidaymakers head for beaches around Carnac.
Nicola and her family have visited a great wildlife park in the heart of rural Brittany. Branféré is situated near Questembert in the department of Morbihan, and is a great place to visit pretty much all year round.
Nicola has visited the Gardens of Brocéliande, large floral gardens near Rennes in France. The gardens are open to the public and contain specialised plant collections, such as the French national iris collection.
The megaliths at Monteneuf are a favourite haunt of Nicola. A mystical place. A megalith is a large stone that has been used to construct a structure or monument, either alone or together with other stones.